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The Real Benefits of the Power Platform – Accuracy and Data!

By All Posts, Office 365, Power Platform, Productivity, SharePoint
The Power Platform has gained tremendous interest over the past year. The rapid shift to work from home has highlighted how paper and email-based processes become very time consuming when everyone is not in the office. I’ve written before about the types of processes that make good candidates for Business Process Automation (BPA) via the Power Platform, and I will summarize again here.   How Business Process Automation Works Generally, you have data (words, photos,...
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What to Expect During Your First SharePoint Intranet Project

By All Posts, Office 365, SharePoint
Ready to take control of your SharePoint Intranet? Instead of allowing it to grow uncontrollably, be equipped to stand against the rising tide of documents, sites, and teams. Put some rules in place to make it easier to find what you're looking for at its correct source. If you've taken a look at what you have, can visualize where you need to go, and are ready to reach out to experts to help guide you,...
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7 Rapid Ways to Maximize Business Process Automation with Microsoft 365

By All Posts, Business Intelligence, Office 365, Power Platform, Productivity, SharePoint

Business Process Automation (BPA) helps organizations streamline their processes to enhance efficiencies, improve service delivery, accurately capture data, and empower teams. But without the proper tools or development capabilities, most organizations are slow to innovate using outdated systems. Microsoft 365 has developed a robust suite of tools that allow for rapid, low code solutions. These tools are especially effective if you have adopted Microsoft 365 as a platform, not just for email and document sharing….

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Microsoft Power Platform: What It Is and Why You Need It

By All Posts, Modern Workplace, Office 365, Power BI & SQL, Power Platform, Productivity

Businesses are generating more data than ever before. That data is now connected and available to almost every part of each organization. And all of that data offers great opportunities. Taking advantage of those opportunities, however, requires the ability to access, analyze, and use that data. Traditionally, creating reports and applications to do just that fell into the hands of a few specialists and developers. Each specialist created their own piece of the technical solution,…

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