By now, most Microsoft customers are familiar with Power Platform, the company’s business application platform that enables individuals who don’t have experience with coding and software programming to build apps and flows.
With the addition of the Power Platform to the Microsoft ecosystem, users now have a more efficient way to automate business processes within their organizations.
On the first day of D365mas, Santa gave to me…. Getting ready to deliver toys to all of the good children in the world in one night takes a lot of work, with many different systems and processes involved.
Earlier this year, Microsoft effectively made your Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement* database and platform the common data service, bringing Microsoft flow and PowerApps into the Microsoft business applications family.
Hitachi Solutions’ resident podcasters Joel Lindstrom and Shawn Tabor recently had the opportunity to interview some of the program managers responsible for the Microsoft Business Applications Platform.