Power Platform provides additional functionality

Using low code/no code to automate complex business processes.

The Power Platform consists of 3 components: Power BI, Power Apps and Power Automate.  This creates an eco-system of solutions and extensions that make organizations more productive and simplify work. That way you need to be less concerned with IT and more concerned with growing your organization.

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Business Central en Power Platform integreren


Less code, more business

Custom apps to support business processes are often expensive and time-consuming. Microsoft Power Platform provides tools to more easily act (Act), automate (Automate), analyze (Analyze) and communicate (Assist). 

The strength of Power Platform is that you now create a wide range of apps that easily interface with other business apps such as Business Central. In the form of an extension, you extend functionalities. Thus ERP is at the heart of your IT landscape and you use Power Platform for the specific extensions.

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What is Microsoft Power Platform? 

Microsoft Power Platform is a platform that allows you to create additional functionality in a simple 'Low/No-code' style. This means that you can easily build a new app to use as a cash register system, for example, or easily declare commuting expenses in your ERP system, without that functionality being in the system. 

So you create a virtual shell of functionality around your ERP, CRM, WMS or any other random solution to achieve greater productivity. 


4 reasons to use the Microsoft Power Platform 

That the possibilities are endless and that it is easy to work with the Power Platform is nice, but that can also make it difficult to see the business case. In short, why should you invest in the Power Platform? Briefly, a few reasons:

  1. Complex processes that don't fit into standard ERP can be automated with the Power Platform. 
  2. You save time and prevent errors by having employees work with apps. This is because work is done from one digital source and the data on the shop floor is recorded in a structured way. 
  3. Data is the new oil, which is why it is important to link data from different sources. This gives you better overviews and allows you to make quick decisions based on data. 
  4. You keep more control over the software when you choose to use the Power Platform yourself. In short, you are less dependent on a vendor. 

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What is Microsoft Power Apps? 

Power Apps is part of Microsoft Power Platform. This part of the platform aims to let people build apps for various processes in an approachable way. There is often no room in the ERP or CRM system for those processes. Previously, customizations would be built. Power Apps offers more flexibility in this regard.

There are two types of apps. A Canvas App and a Model-Driven App. The data is collected in Dataverse. 

  • Power Apps Canvas: an app like on your smartphone, in it you can easily perform actions like ordering something through the App. 
  • Dataverse: the storage place for all data. Think about the name of a contact. You now capture that once in Dataverse and use it in various Apps.
  • Model Driven App: an application where you can manage all business-critical data. Think of a system like Dynamics CRM, where you have an application with dashboards, charts, business processes and forms at your disposal.

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Power Automate flows in Power Platform (1)


What is Microsoft Power Automate?

Microsoft Power Automate is a functionality that allows you to automate processes and connects systems and applications with each other through connectors. For this, you need minimal technical knowledge. The application is very logical and works on a drag-and-drop basis. 

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What is Power BI?

Power BI is a reporting solution for bringing together and visualizing data from various sources. These visualizations give value to the data you collect and help you make smarter decisions or intervene faster on exceptions in a process. In this way, you make your organization data-driven and make decisions no longer solely on gut feeling, but based on facts (and dimensions).  

There are many parties on the market that do something with Power BI. We mainly focus on Power BI in Dynamics.

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Getting Started with Microsoft Power Platform: Power BI + Power Apps + Microsoft Automate

As a knowledge partner of Microsoft, Mprise has all the knowledge to train your organization in the use of the Power Platform. With this you and your colleagues will be trained to build your own apps with PowerApps, automate business processes with Microsoft Automate and measure real-time performance with Power BI.

Whether you want to attend trainings on the Power Platform, or want to use our consultancy with their advanced knowledge to automate your business processes, with Mprise you have come to the right place. Perhaps you want an app for your technicians on the road or your field salespeople. This app will also need to work well with your ERP/CRM or other business software. PowerApps makes this easy through integrations with all Microsoft products and more.

Also read this blog detailing the "what," "how" and "why" of the Power Platform .


Microsoft Power Platform training courses

Transferring knowledge is in our DNA. We want to help you work independently with Microsoft Power Platform. These are the training courses we currently have: 

  1. Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals
  2. Microsoft Power Platform Automation
  3. Microsoft Power Platform Integrations
  4. Microsoft Power Platform Test and Deploy
  5. Workshop App in a Day

Power BI training courses

  1. Power BI 
  2. Power BI Advanced


More about Power Platform

Read the Power Platform blog series here

  1. Power Platform van Microsoft: het 'wat', 'hoe' en 'waarom’ uitgelegd! 
  2. Hoe creëren de 3 pijlers van het Power Platform 1 oplossing?
  3. PowerApps: het verschil tussen model-driven apps en canvas-apps. 
  4. Meer inzicht en overzicht in uw processen met Microsoft Power Automate 
  5. Het Microsoft Power Platform en zelfredzaam implementeren
  6. Power Automate: helpt maatwerk voorkomen
  7. Hoe bouwt u snel en eenvoudig uw eigen PowerApps? 



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