How Microsoft's Power Platform can empower 'citizen developers'

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    For the past few years, Microsoft has been developing and rolling out pieces of what it now calls its “Power Platform” in relative isolation. Power BI, its business analytics platform; Flow, its workflow-automation engine; and PowerApps, its associated app-development platform — together known as the Power Platform — has been mostly the domain of Dynamics 365 users. But this is changing.

    The Microsoft Power Platform is a fundamental pivot for Microsoft business apps. It facilitates taking developer-centric tasks, and moving them into the hands of “Citizen Developers”. It a low-code/no-code story.

    What questions do you have for Forceworks Global CEO Steve Mordue, who also is a Microsoft Business Applications Most Valuable Professional (MVP), about the Power Platform? I’ll be chatting with him on April 15 and will ask some of your best Power Platform questions directly to Steve.

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