Power Teams: Microsoft Teams + Power Apps

Combining Teams and Power Apps enables organizations to customize and repeatedly execute high performance collaboration patterns.

As Microsoft explain in this overview you can integrate Power Apps and Microsoft Teams.

This is another example of the ‘Power Cloud’ effect – The most compelling argument for the Microsoft products is the holistically integrated suite: Power Apps, Azure, Teams, Sharepoint and Dynamics aren’t standalone, isolated technologies but rather can act as component parts of a whole solution building framework.

‘Power Teams’ is one example of this effect, enabling you to Create Apps in Teams, such as Embedding an App in Teams, with a guide on how to create your first one.

Ultimately all of this means that Teams is an entirely customizable platform toolkit, meaning organizations can shape it to suit exactly how they work.

There’s hundreds of them, across categories ranging from Remote Work to Approvals.

When you consider the general dynamics of office work – For example a Sales Manager organizing a weekly sales call review will want to i) schedule all the team, and ii) send data like a weekly summary of Dynamics 365 opportunities, you can see it’s made up of lots of repeated ‘micro-processes’, often assigned to a human.

Technology is most effective when it is used to automate this type of mundane, repeated process, and an MDAg approach enables an organization to define what is a high performance workflow and encode it into an easily repeatable pattern.

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