Power Platform – Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate, and Virtual Power Agents
Microsoft Power Platform with Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate og Virtuelle Power Agents
With Microsoft Power Platform you can analyze data, build solutions, automate processes across your organization. With Microsoft Power Platform you can transform your business.
Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate and Virtuelle Power Agents are designed to work together. You can easily connect them to each other – and to Office 365, Azure and hundreds of other apps that let you build powerful end-to-end business solutions.
With Power BI, you can streamline data from multiple sources, creating interactive, far-reaching dashboards and reports that provide insight into action and promote business results.
With Power Apps you can build apps in hours and not months! It’s easy to connect data, use Excel-like expressions to add logic, and run on the web, iOS and Android devices.
Power Apps can also be used to build portals that both internal and external people can access.
With Power Automate, you can include efficient workflow automation directly into your apps that connect to hundreds of popular apps and services – without the use of code.
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Virtual Power Agents
With Virtual Power Agents, you can easily build chatbots so you can create a better conversation experience with your customers and with your employees – completely without the use of code.
Power BI – Business Intelligence
Power BI is a part of the Microsoft Power Platform. Power BI is Business Intelligence that presents data visually.
Power BI gives you insight that makes it possible to make decisions quickly and make them on an informed basis.
Power BI helps you with:
Transforming data into beautiful reports
that you can share with your colleagues on all devices
Explorin and analyzing data visually
both on-premises and in the cloud
Collaborating and sharing user defined dashboards
and interactive reports
Scaling across your organization
with built-in governance and security
Power BI – this is how it works
Create a data-driven culture for everyone with Power BI
With Power BI, you can give all individuals at all levels of the organization the opportunity to make decisions using new analytics.
Get professional self-service analysis with Power BI
With Power BI, you can reduce costs, complexity, and the security risks associated with multiple solutions. Power BI is an analytics platform that can be scaled from individuals to entire organizations.
Get help protecting your analytics data
With Power BI you can get data protection and help to prevent data loss. This way, you can ensure that your data is secure and complies with specified standards even when exported.
Get better results with smart tools
With Power BI, you can find and share meaningful knowledge through hundreds of data visualizations, built-in AI features, close Excel integration, and pre-built and custom data connectors.
Combine self-service BI and business-related analysis
With Power BI, you can meet the needs of both self-service and enterprise data analysis with a single platform. You can access:
Effective semantic models
A toolkit for program life cycle management
A structure with open networking capability
Page-divided reports with perfect pixels in fixed layout
Boost the preparation of big data with Azure
With Power BI, you can simplify the analysis and sharing of large amounts of data. When you use an Azure Data Lake without restrictions, you reduce the time it takes to gain insight. At the same time, you increase the collaboration between business analysts, computer technicians, and data researchers.
Use industry-leading artificial intelligence and get quick answers
With Power BI you can take advantage of the latest advances in artificial intelligence. This way, you can help non-data researchers prepare data, build models for machine learning, and gain quick insights from both structured and unstructured data, including text and images.
Power BI and Excel
Use Power BI and Excel together
Anyone familiar with Office 365 can easily connect Excel queries, data models, and reports to Power BI dashboards. That way, you can more quickly collect, analyze, publish, and share Excel business data in new ways.
Stream analyzes in real time
With Power BI you can get insight into what is happening now and not just what has happened in the past. You can access real-time analysis from factory sensors to social media sources, so you are always ready to make decisions.
Turn insights into action with the Power Platform
Go from data to insight, and from insight to action with the Microsoft Power Platform
By combining Power BI with Power Apps and Microsoft Automate, you can easily build enterprise applications and automate workflows.
Build apps that fit your business with Power Apps
Power Apps are part of the Microsoft Power Platform. With Power Apps, you can easily build the apps you need. You can also expand or customize the apps you already use. In other words, you can turn your ideas into great apps.
Power Apps portals
You can enable people both inside and outside your organization to use portals. Read more about portals here.
Power Apps – how it works
Easily build professional apps with Power Apps
Increase the flexibility of your business
With Microsoft Power Apps, you can increase the flexibility of your organization. You can quickly build low-code apps that modernize processes and solve major challenges.
Get started quickly with Power Apps
You can enable your team to build and launch apps quickly using pre-built templates, drag-and-drop functionality, and fast rollout. And subsequently, you can continuously roll out improvements as needed.
Build apps without having to compromise
You can give everyone the ability to build the apps they need via advanced features that were previously only available to professional developers – including pre-built AI components.
Enables extensions for developers
With Microsoft Power Apps, you can give professional developers the tools they need to extend app features using Azure Functions and custom connectors in proprietary systems or systems in the local environment.
Anyone can build apps with Power Apps
Build and share apps
With Power Apps, everyone from business analysts to professional developers can work together more efficiently. You can solve business problems with intuitive visual tools that do not require code.
You can work faster with a platform where you can integrate and distribute data, and you can expand the platform with additional components for professional developers. With Power Apps, you can easily build and share apps on any device.
Increase innovation in the company
With Power Apps, you can add digital transformation to manual and outdated processes.
You can easily create a wide range of app scenarios and you can use both Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps to build Power Apps. This way, you can solve challenges for your business, including:
Task and role-specific scenarios such as inspections
Opportunity for sale in the field
Lead for revenue
Integrated marketing views
Get started with building apps with Power Apps
Build Canvas Apps with Power Apps
Canvas Apps – Build customized applications
Canvas Apps lets you build apps from a blank canvas (hence the name) without the use of complicated code or programming. To create an app, you can use drag and drop and insert the elements on your canvas that you want. And you can format conditions and settings continuously.
If you use existing data sources, you can create apps that integrate directly with the data sources without any problems. You can use a variety of both Microsoft and third-party sources, all of which are compatible with Power Apps. In fact, Microsoft has developed over 200 unique sources for data integration, including Office 365, Dynamics 365, SQL, and Common Data Service. That way, you can create apps that can be easily shared.
How to build Canvas Apps
Model Driven Apps with Power Apps
Model-Driven apps – Create advanced apps based on your data
If your app needs complex business logics, use Model-Driven Apps. Model-Driven Apps can run alone or as back end to Canvas Apps. Once you have the data under control, you can use the app designer to develop the final product. And you can subsequently customize your app.
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The difference between Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps
Canvas Apps solve specific problems, and Model-Driven apps support complex processes that can even span over many sub-processes and different types of data. Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps are great for supporting each other.
Example: Collecting leads at trade fairs
A good example of this is a trade fair situation where sellers can make use of a simple Canvas App with a business card reader, which automatically creates leads based on scanned business cards.
Once the salespeople are done at the show, they can use either a limited Model-Driven App or Microsoft’s own Sales app (which is also a Model Driven App) to qualify the leads they generated through the Canvas App. In this case, one can consider the Canvas App as a data collector while the Model-Driven app enriches the collected data.
Example: Requesting hardware
Another example is a collaboration with an external supplier of hardware, which the company’s employees must be able to order from themselves. The external vendor can provide data on the available products either via a custom connector or an Excel sheet in a SharePoint folder. A Canvas App can then display data with a graphical interface for requisitioning hardware.
When a user requisitions some hardware, a requisition entry is created in a custom table in the Common Data Service. It is then possible to use Power Automate to initiate an approval flow. This flow can, for example, be divided into different roles in the hierarchy, depending on the price of the requisitioned hardware. Once a requisition has been approved, the back office can work further with it in a Model-Driven App, where an ordering and delivery process is run through by the responsible employees.
The above example will eliminate the need for order forms via email, intranet, or paper. It is thus possible to control the logic of who is to approve a requisition based on authority level. At the same time, the back office will not have to enter orders manually. All data will be mapped from the data source, that the supplier makes available for the Canvas App, directly over to the records that back office will continue working with when they order the hardware from the external supplier.
Use Power Apps portals to provide remote access
Use Power Apps portals to provide remote access
With Power Apps portals, you can enable anyone, both internal and external, to interact with Common Data Service data.
Power Apps Portals – how it works
Interact with external customers and partners
With Power Apps Portals, you can give internal and external users secure access to your data either anonymously or through commercial authentication providers like LinkedIn, Microsoft, Facebook and Google, or enterprise providers like Azure AD B2C and Okta. You can specify authentication requirements, customize data for the individual user, and allow users to submit their information privately with user-friendly administrator management.
Design your websites
You can easily customize websites to align with your branding with customizable portal templates. You can create and manage the content that external users and partners have access to, using an intuitive interface and step-by-step instructions – without the use of code.
Integrate all your data
You can combine data from the apps you use, such as Power BI and Power Automate – with Common Data Service. It allows users to communicate with each other anytime and anywhere. You can use model-based forms, views, lists, charts, and dashboards, thereby gaining more value with each interaction.
Link all your data – gain a competitive advantage
Collect your data in a single source
You can connect your apps to hundreds of data sources using a library of more than 260 connectors and the Common Data Service. That way, you can gather your data into a single source so you can modernize processes, and customize and extend the features of Office 365, Dynamics 365, and Azure.
Microsoft Power Automate
Power Automate – work less and do more!
Power Automate (formerly known as Flow) is part of the Microsoft Power Platform.
With Power Automate, you can easily improve efficiency by combining digital and robotic process automation.
With Power Automate you can.:
Power Automate – how it works:
Automate your work day with Power Automate
Using hundreds of ready-made connection components, you can integrate time-saving workflows into everything from individual tasks to large systems with seamless integration.
Get fast, secure, and scalable automation
You can build secure workflows with an automated experience completely without code. At the same time, you get cloud-based prevention of data loss as well as identity and access management services.
Get intelligent work processes to do the work
You can automate time-consuming manual tasks via built-in artificial intelligence features. That way, you have more time to focus on high-value strategic opportunities.
Make your data work with Power Automate
Gain new insights by gathering your data
With Power Automate, you can connect to hundreds of data sources using a library of connection components and the Common Data Service. You can get help gathering your data so you can gain new insights as well as customize and expand the features of Office 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure.
Selected connection components:
OneDrive for Business
Adobe Creative Cloud
Virtual Power Agents
Build chatbots without using code
Virtual Power Agents are part of the Microsoft Power Platform. You can easily build and maintain intelligent chatbots without having to use code. With Microsoft Power Virtual Agents, you can engage in conversations with your customers and employees.
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Chatbots with adaptable artificial intelligence
With Power Virtual Agents, you can solve common customer cases automatically, giving your employees more time to focus on complex queries.
Easily create your own virtual agents
Create powerful chatbots without the use of developers, simply by using a single code-free interface.
Let your virtual agents act on your behalf
Integrate Virtual Power Agents with the products and services you use every day with hundreds of existing connectors by building workflows via Power Automate or by creating complex scenarios with the Microsoft Bot Framework.
Monitor the effort
You can monitor and continually improve the chatbot’s efforts using artificial intelligence and data-driven insights from a dashboard.
Virtual Power Agents – how it works
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