Every month, enCloud9 chooses one topic from the Power Platform/Dynamics 365 universe and focuses their blogging on that topic. This past month, our topic was the Microsoft Power Platform. Here are snippets of each article we wrote and links so you can read more.
We started out the month with a basic article about the Microsoft Power Platform, where we discussed what the Power Platform is, described the main components of the Power Platform, and gave some examples of how the Power Platform improves business outcomes. The cost savings and benefits a company can expect over a three-year period include:
- 502% ROI increase.
- USD $25.92 million in net present value (NPV).
- Investment payback in 11 months.
In addition, we highlighted many helpful learning resources to increase your proficiency and knowledge of the Microsoft Power Platform.
T-Mobile, TruGreen, PayPal, and Toyota are among the companies that have chosen to adopt the Microsoft Power Platform to accelerate their business. Deploying the Microsoft Power Platform saves businesses time and money.
Did you know that implementing the Power Platform was found to:
- Reduce development costs by up to 74%.
- Save workers up to 3.2 hours per week.
The Microsoft Power Platform is much more than just the sum of its parts.
Much like peanut butter and jelly – each are delicious by themself but combine them and you have a taste explosion
Add another ingredient like Nutella, banana, or any other fruit and it is even more delicious!
When you add Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, or Azure to the Power Platform, the power is even more amazing!
Learn about the new Power Platform features that will roll out between April 2022 and September 2022.
- New capabilities to the Power BI experience in Microsoft Teams.
- New built-in collaboration features in Power Apps.
- Increased customer usage of the robotic process automation (RPA) deployments.
- Proactive bot update messaging in Microsoft Teams.
- And more...
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