How Power Platform Empowers Developers & Helps Businesses Reach Their Goals Vishal Sharma July 8, 2022

How Power Platform Empowers Developers & Helps Businesses Reach Their Goals

Power Platform Business & Developer Benefits | Acuvate

A study on how Power Platform helps improve enterprises’ ROI

The Total Economic Impact study and ROI analysis conducted by Forrester Consulting interviewed six businesses implementing Power Platform into their business strategy. The study found that the Power Platform reduces application development time significantly by giving non-developers access to develop custom apps and workflows. This way, the businesses could save development costs, increase flexibility, and improve business processes. Businesses also saw massive improvements like reduced time to market, increased customer support, and increased revenue.

With Power Platform, the average cost to develop an application has dropped significantly by 74%. Additionally, businesses can benefit from increased savings in service fees, application purchases, reduced code maintenance, and management. The study concluded that Power Apps and Microsoft automated applications boosted efficiency and saved 1.6 hours each day for 1650 users.

The Power Platform gives users access to applications that enable business transformations and significantly enhance business outcomes. Additionally, individuals can benefit from better access to information, better insights, and faster decision-making abilities.

Business Benefits of Microsoft Power Platform

With the power platform, businesses can create, automate, and analyze data with ease. The power platform brings the functionality, capabilities, and controls of Power BI, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, Power Automate, Power Pages  into users’ existing systems.

How Power Platform, Azure, Visual Studio Code, GitHub, and Teams work seamlessly together

Power Platform, Azure, Visual Studio Code, GitHub, and Teams work together seamlessly due to the recent improvements in Power Platform. These changes have increased the speed of business application development while reducing the costs significantly.

1. Power Platform and Azure API Management

Developers can now leverage Azure Functions and Azure API Management to build custom API, which can be utilized to access cloud-hosted data sources. Additionally, developers can publish Azure API management connectors to Power Platform, which improves discovery and consumption and decreases the time to create apps by multi-folds.

2. Power Platform and GitHub

Developers can now seamlessly create Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) or use already available templates with GitHub to develop, test, and release solutions. Code-first and low-code teams can now work together and have a line of sight over the center of excellence.

3. Power Virtual Agents and Azure Bot Framework

Bot makers can now use Azure development platforms like Bot Framework Composer to develop custom bots and add them to Power Virtual Agents. Users can use the dialogs to save, host, and execute simultaneously with Power Virtual Agents bot content. Additionally, these will upgrade the application similar to custom code bots and decrease dependency on Azure hosting, deployment, and billing.

4. RPA and Power Automate

RPA capabilities of Power Automate have extended to Power Automate Desktop. Desktop activities using connectors with SAP, websites, legacy terminals, JAVA apps, and Citrix is available with Power Automate Desktop. The desktop can be leveraged to manage Azure apps, workflows, and resources through APIs. Additionally, developers can seamlessly automate manual work to develop, test, and deploy applications in record time.

Fusion Development made possible by Power Platform

Fusion development allows your business to build better applications, faster by bringing together professional developers with citizen, or low-code, developers.

Microsoft’s Power Platform is designed to empower fusion teams & enable fusion development.

Fusion Development made possible by Power Platform
Personas for Fusion Development
Exisiting Tools & Framework

In the next blog, we shall dive into the Microsoft Power Platform Architecture. Stay Tuned!