Power Platform

The Microsoft Power Platform is a comprehensive group of programmes that allows you to automate processes, construct solutions, analyze data, and create virtual agents. This blog and video will present the many components of the Power Platform, describe how to harness the power of data, and uncover the effect these solutions have when connected with other Microsoft technologies.

Data Pain Points

We’ve discovered that 70% of organizations think their data isn’t being utilized to its full potential or extent. What this actually implies is that a few years ago, there was a lot of attention on data and how we gather it. The problems we had back then are no longer problems we face now, and organizations have a plethora of data from many platforms. It’s more about how we can establish a data culture or make data relevant for our users, systems, and generally make data work for you rather than working in the data to make it somewhat relatable. With that in mind, I’d like to introduce the Power Platform.
What exactly is the Power Platform?
The Power Platform concept arose from the realization that organizations are seeing a growing influx of data everywhere. Power Platform is based on the premise that organizations can use data and gather insights to drive intelligent business operations.

The Power Platform is made up of four primary components:

● Power BI is a business analytics tool
● Power Apps is application development for low to no code apps
● Power Automate (formerly known as Flow) enables process automation

The data is hosted in the Microsoft Dataverse (previously known as the Common Data Service) and the data reservoir is included in all Microsoft programmes. Because the data is included in a single primary data collection, it can be accessed by any application.
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