In digital transformation, updating legacy applications and services to cloud-ready and always-on systems, is essential. Data, people, teams, applications and services are often siloed without seamless integration. IT will often struggle to deliver the business tools and applications required.
These services and tools have been combined into a single, coherent platform that allows every business to improve creativity, Teamwork, Simplicity, and Security. Within the Microsoft 365 platform is a core set of tools that enable organizations to take powerful and scalable business applications that utilize the power of the cloud, support advanced business logic, and leverage all of Microsoft’s latest productivity capabilities.
Business apps can be used to connect disparate data, processes, users, and teams, as well as potential external partners and clients together in a much more streamlined and coherent way. By using the core business app creation tools, which include Microsoft Forms, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, Power BI, and SharePoint Lists, organizations can more quickly design and build personalized, targeted solutions instead of broad, generalized solutions.
Make data-driven decisions
See all your data through a single pane of glass.Live Power Bi dashboards and reports include visualizations and KPIs from your data in the cloud and on-premises, offering a consolidated view across your business, regardless of where your data lives.
Build intelligence into your apps
Make all your apps smarter when you collect and infuse all the data captured across your organization. Combine the capabilities of PowerApps, Flow combined with Power BI and deliver actionable insights.
Deliver enterprise-grade security and controls
Organizations today, require being always-on, always-available and always-online. Applications will utilize powerful secure services hosted by Microsoft, that are protected by enterprise-grade Security. Access to the created business apps, its data and connected services are controlled by authentication services, along with security controls that can block and allow access.
Once you’ve identified a process that needs to be automated or modernized, you have three questions to consider:
- Where am I gathering and keeping the data?
- How am I processing information?
- What experiences and interfaces do people need to make these operations a success.