The Microsoft Power Platform brings together powerful analytics, process automation, and no-code/low-code application development. The Power Platform includes Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow. With this innovative platform, you’ll have the resources to you unleash business data allowing you to analyze, act, and automate.
Make sense of your data through interactive, real-time dashboards and unlock the insights you need to drive your business forward
A low/no-code solution that helps you build apps that connect to your business data to transform manual processes to digital processes
Automate actions across the most common apps and services. Sync files, get notifications, collect data and more
Make informed decisions quickly. PowerBI delivers business analytics.
With PowerBI, you can connect to hundreds of data sources. Prep information with ease. And create reports and dashboards all in minutes.
PowerBI gives you the power to make smart decisions. Data visualizations helps you transform the numbers into information that tells a story.
PowerApps is a suite of apps, services, connectors, and data platform that gives you no/low-code application development. You’ll have the tools to create custom apps for your business. Start with a template or create one from scratch that uses your core business data.
Use business logic and workflow capabilities to move from manual processes into digital, hands-off processes. You’ll get a responsive app that can run seamlessly on your laptop or mobile site.
Microsoft Flow helps you automate actions across the most common business applications and services. Automate repetitive tasks to streamline processes, save time, and work more efficiently.
Use Microsoft Flow to get a notification when you need to approve a purchase order, get notified when a vendor submits an invoice – the possibilities are endless.
You can connect hundreds of services and apps with Flow including D365, OneDrive, the Blue Horseshoe Supply Chain Cloud, and more.
and PowerApps Explained
Confused by the difference between Microsoft Flow and PowerApps?
The Blue Horseshoe team frequently gets questions about these two tools that are part of the Microsoft Power Platform. Both solutions help you do work faster. They also give people with few development skills the intuitive tools needed to create automated workflows. But they do have a couple key differences.
We’re sharing a quick explanation of each and a couple use examples that may clear up the confusion.