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Developing an enterprise Power Platform strategy - 365 Community

Developing an enterprise Power Platform strategy

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With the rise of Microsoft’s Power Platform and the cementing of its status as a year-on-year market leader for Low-Code Application Platforms from both Gartner and Forrester, figuring out how to begin an enterprise’s journey with the Platform can be one of the most challenging aspects.

Imagine if you’re asked, “What will be our strategy for the Power…

Continue Reading Dave Wong’s Article on their blog

Developing an enterprise Power Platform strategy

There are various definitions and most coalesce around “a strategy outlines how the technology will support the wider business goals and objectives”. That leaves the possibility that after analysis you discover that the technology doesn’t – in that case, you should consider stopping and question whether the Power Platform is the solution.

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Author: Kieran Holmes

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