What is the Microsoft Power Platform?

Microsoft PowerApps and Flow can be classified as “Low code development platforms”. These platforms enable rapid delivery of business applications with a minimum of hand-coding. At Microsoft, PowerApps and Flow are part of what is called the “Business Application Framework”.

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PowerBI

Power BI is a suite of business analytics tools that deliver insights throughout your organization.

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PowerApps

With PowerApps you are able to build business applications through a business driven interface, drastically minimizing the amount of coding.

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Flow

Microsoft Flow allows you to create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and more.

Benefits of the Power Platform ?

When successfully embedded into your organization, a numerous amount of benefits can be expected through PowerApps and Flow.

Application development cost

Expect a huge decrease in application development through low coding.

Cross-platform, cross-device readiness

Apps build with PowerApps are immediately available across all Operating Systems and can be developed for smartphone, desktop and tablet devices.

Real agile application delivery

Expect your application development cycle to be reduced to weeks instead of months. Now that’s agile!

Data security increase

Due to the easiness of on-boarding data coming from unsecured data sources like Excel or Access on to the Business Application Framework, you are able to drastically decrease the risk of losing data in your organization

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Appfie is a preferred partner for the Microsoft Power Platform since 2016.

This partnership gives us access to resources to improve our services and the experience of our customers.