Introduction to Power Platform
Power Platform is a term used to describe Microsoft’s collection of four products: Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and Power Virtual Agents (please note that Power Virtual Agents is not currently supported). For more information about the capabilities supported on the central tenant view the Power Platform Capability Overview.
With Power Platform, you can quickly and easily build end-to-end solutions that solve challenges and deliver insights, by connecting with other Microsoft features and approved connectors.
With Power Platform you can:
Use Power Apps to leverage a rapid low code development environment for building custom web and mobile apps that run on all devices and attend to your needs.
Use Power Automate to create automated workflows between applications and services, helping automate manual repetitive tasks such as sending emails, collecting data and approving decisions.
Use Power BI to analyse data through reports and dashboards, supporting with faster and informed decisions and presenting information in ways that makes most sense to you and your team.
Use Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams to easily create chatbots that can be used by other team members and colleagues
Visit the Power Platform Website to find out more.
To get started with using Power Platform, see our guidance here