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Leverage Power Platform to Power-up Your Dynamics 365 Users

Nowadays, businesses know the significance of using data to drive fruitful outcomes. They have embraced the cloud to store massive data and become more useful at utilizing it and signals from various sources such as social media, web, and CRM/ERP applications. But once the infrastructure is implemented for data utilization, how can businesses make that data work for them most effectively?

They need a layer above that data that enables all users, irrespective of technical skills, to drive business impact efficiently.

That’s where Power Platform helps. It’s a system that lets users perform key actions on data to drive business: Analyze, Act, and Automate. It’s all done with the help of Power BI, PowerApps, and Automate, all working together upon your data to help generate productive business outcomes.

Understanding the Microsoft Power Platform

Microsoft is steadily making its place in Artificial Intelligence, predictive systems, and codeless application development to enhance organizational productivity. It has resulted in Power Platform, an integrated application suite made up of 3 unique tools combined with Dynamics 365 that will bring critical changes to the way businesses use technology.


Power BI

An organization’s key asset is its information, and that’s crucial. Thus, businesses transform information into strategies for business growth.

As a BI software solution, Power BI can fetch data from Dynamics 365 CRM, data centers, Excel spreadsheets, the cloud, and various resources. Users can easily merge this data and analyze it to get useful insights.


Power Apps

Power apps is the most significant component of the Microsoft Power Platform. It focuses on the development of those applications which don’t need any complicated programming. That means Power Apps can help create multiplatform business apps. It lets users develop tools that might else take more months for a company to develop. Power Apps uses a versatile integrated data environment to connect various data sources.


Power Automate

Power Automate is used to create automated workflows to boost productivity, help users convert their tedious tasks into automated processes, and eliminate redundancies with business process automation. With the help of codeless programming, businesses can connect with multiple, widespread applications and services to execute business process automation. Its ability to run flows within D365 customer engagement apps helps users to integrate a broad range of services that can be initiated from within the D365 apps, such as social engagement, messaging, and document routing services.

The Major Advantages of Power Platform

  • Fully integrable with broad systems, meaning businesses don’t have to change or disuse their current tools
  • Fortifies the 360° view of an organization and its processes that technology like Dynamics 365 helps to develop
  • Increases control over processes and ensure that real-time insights influence business strategies
  • Automation of processes and routine tasks, and considerably enhanced productivity
  • Enables the creation of custom apps without complex programming and reduced development costs

Microsoft is continuously modifying and adding the latest features to Power Platform technologies. Recently, the features have included Power Apps and AI Builder Portals. Those features have accelerated intelligent automation in Power Automate using AI innovation and transformed Power BI.

How to Get the Microsoft Power Platform?

Usually, the Microsoft Power Platform can be purchased on its own. However, if you are already a Dynamics 365 CRM user, the Power Platform may be included in your active plan. With Power Platform, users can eradicate the need for several third-party tools and start gaining their data benefits.

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