Empower your Dynamics 365 users to design powerful, code-free apps with Power Apps
There’s never been a better time to bring apps into your business strategy. Power Apps is the Microsoft-powered solution for app design in your company. With Power Apps, end users of all levels unlock productivity and growth potential in your business by designing low-code apps that minimize production costs and draw in-house knowledge into your company’s tech solutions.
As a simple point-and-click solution built on templates and own data, Power Apps is fast becoming the tool bridging the gap between end users and the increasingly complex world of business technology. Power Apps works with tools like AI Builder for Power Platform so end users can intuitively add AI to their business apps without the need for deep training. Learn more in this short video!
* Forrester Consulting, ?The Total Economic Impact Of Power Apps And Power Automate?, Microsoft commissioned report, June 2018
Power Apps is part of the Microsoft Power Platform, a modular platform built on a common data model, comprised of Power BI, Power Apps and Power Automate. Operating individually or unison, Power Platform modules draw even more value from your company’s data with seamless integration with your Dynamics 365 platform. With Power Apps, your business can:
Power Apps is a unique tool for Microsoft Dynamics 365 users who understand the value of their data. For browser, tablet or cell phone apps, Power Apps draws from Dynamics 365 database to tailor apps around insights and trends that most affect your business.
Power Apps brings down programming costs by putting app design in the hands of end users of levels. With its simple interface and design tools, users can design apps that suit their needs while incorporating into the design process unique employee knowledge.
Power Apps integrates easily with tools like Office 365, Sharepoint and Teams. But it truly comes into its own with other tools in the Power Platform family: Power BI for rich visual insights into data, and Power Automate for automated workflows that simplify tasks.
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