Webinar: Microsoft Power Platform Showcase: discover what’s possible

September 8, 2021

“Microsoft Power Platform is becoming the next-generation business process automation and productivity suite for domain experts in all functions.

Microsoft Power Platform is being used by nearly 16 million monthly active users, up 97 percent year over year, which highlights how anyone can automate a workflow, create an app, build a virtual agent, or analyse data.

Just like Office revolutionised productivity gains for knowledge workers, Microsoft Power Platform will do the same for domain experts.”

 

Microsoft Power Platform is driving innovation across DXC Technology as our customers discover the potential for building new efficiencies, workflows, communications and data access across their organisations.

Discover what’s possible with Microsoft Power Platform as we showcase a number of recently completed Power Platform projects from across our customer base.

What’s holding you back?

Agenda

Join Moe Alzawati, Senior Solution Architect, DXC Technology. Moe will showcase recently launched Power Apps and share the business benefits achieved by our customers. 

Who should attend?

This webinar will benefit non-technical audience

  • Business managers
  • Key decision makers
  • IT decision makers

Webinar details

  • Our live webinar was hosted on the 21st October, but you can still request a recording.  

What is the Microsoft Power Platform?

Power Platform combines the robust power of PowerApps, Power BI, and Power Automate into one powerful business application platform – providing quick and easy app building and data insights.

Presenter - Moe Alzawati, Senior Solution Architect, DXC Technology

 Moe is a highly experienced Senior Solution Architect with over a decade of experience in IT Consultancy performing a variety of business analysis, solution architecture, and project management roles in both Australia and the UK. He has a strong focus on enterprise architecture, document & records management, productivity & collaboration, and business process management.

His primary goal is achieving high-value benefits through appropriate technologies adoption; he works with Business & Architecture teams to translate business requirements into achievable solutions.

 

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