Posts Tagged ‘PowerApps’

ACE Micro, LLC's Logo Getting Started with PowerApps with Dynamics 365

What is PowerApps? PowerApps was first introduced back in 2015, and was meant to address 3 problem areas: Not enough skilled mobile developers. Business data proliferation. IT agility and app sharing. According to Microsoft, PowerApps "is a service that lets you build business apps that run in a browser or on a phone or tablet, …

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enCloud9 LLC's Logo Four Takeaways from the Microsoft Business Forward Event

Last week's Microsoft Business Forward event initiated the next stage of the continuing evolution of Dynamics 365. A major focus of the day was technology that drives digital transformation and transforming your industry and the way you do business. Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella kicked off the event to detail his vision for digital transformation. Microsoft …

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enCloud9 LLC's Logo New Features in Dynamics 365: Using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with CRM

Microsoft Mechanics is a YouTube channel that appeals to power users and developers on Microsoft Products. In this recent video, Luis Camino demonstrates how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to build custom Line of Business (LOB) apps which integrate Dynamics 365 data and processes with other applications.   Dynamics 365 Enterprise Subscriptions includes …

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enCloud9 LLC's Logo New Feature in Dynamics 365 : Using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with CRM

Microsoft Mechanics is a YouTube channel that appeals to power users and developers on Microsoft Products. In this recent video, Luis Camino demonstrates how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to build custom Line of Business (LOB) apps which integrate Dynamics 365 data and processes with other applications.   Dynamics 365 Enterprise Subscriptions includes …

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