The Power Platform is designed for the dynamic needs of your business. Plan for apps big and small across the businesses of your organization and deliver on time. Even if the train has left the station, you can adjust without loss of productivity. Both planning and change management benefit from value plus speed.
The content collaboration side of the Power Platform (Power Apps & Power Automate) takes this approach, meaning you use the tools to design and deliver low-to-no-code apps in hours/days side-by-side discussions in Microsoft teams. The outcome being productivity apps where and when you need them in the flow of your hub for teamwork. And it all integrates with the content service powered by SharePoint.
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In this episode of The Intrazone, we speak to our experts behind the Power Platform + Microsoft Teams: Karan Nigam, group product marketing manager (Microsoft Teams), Stephen Siciliano, principal program manager director (Power Automate), and Ryan Cunningham, partner program manager director (Power Apps). We discuss numerous Ignite 2019 announcements (UI flows, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and more, plus dig into the inherent integration from design to delivery to you.
Left to right [The Intrazone guests]: Karan Nigam, group product marketing manager (Microsoft/Microsoft Teams), Stephen Siciliano, principal program manager director (Microsoft/Power Automate), and Ryan Cunningham, partner program manager director (Microsoft/Power Apps).
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