Microsoft Power Apps

Microsoft Power Apps is a low-code development platform designed for building custom business applications. With Power Apps, users can create custom applications without having to write code, making it accessible to users with limited programming experience. The platform includes a visual designer, a set of pre-built templates and components, and connectors to various data sources. Power Apps can be used to build a variety of applications, such as employee-facing apps, customer-facing apps, and internal productivity tools. It is part of the larger Microsoft Power Platform, which also includes Power BI for business intelligence and Power Automate for workflow automation.

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Types of Apps to Build with Microsoft Power Apps

TECI is a major technology service provider that provides a variety of solutions to assist organizations in achieving their digital transformation objectives. Microsoft Power Apps, a low-code platform that allows enterprises to develop unique business apps without substantial coding knowledge, is one of the primary solutions we provide.

Canvas apps
  • Data sources are linked to the app through Excel-style formulae, and app pieces are dragged and dropped into a canvas.
  • Extremely adaptable.
  • Appropriate for apps with minimal business logic, such as holiday permission or event registration.
Model-driven apps
  • Data models generated on Dataverse, the core data platform for Power Apps, are used to construct apps.
  • Customization of the layout and functionality is limited.
  • Appropriate for complicated programs such as customer service management and event management.

Web portals

  • Preconfigured and bespoke templates, forms, and views were used in the design.
  • Ideal for staff or external users such as customers and partners.

Power Apps Use Cases

Workflow management

  • Custom workflows may be created using a drag-and-drop workflow editor.

  • Pre-made templates for common workflows.

  • Emails and alerts relating to workflow.

  • Workflow scheduling.

  • Dashboards in real time show process status, progress, due dates, and so forth.

  • Workflow optimization (e.g., workflows by type, complexity, average completion time).

  • Workflow management with mobile devices.

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Financial management

  • Reporting of expenses.

  • Accounts payable and receivable are reviewed and processed.

  • Create and evaluate invoices.

  • Financial accounting (e.g., end-of-year reporting, expense reporting).

  • Administration of business cards (scanning and capturing contact information).

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Cost control

  • Estimation of costs.

  • Budgeting.
  • Allocation of costs.

  • Cost monitoring.

  • Reports (actual and committed costs, cost variances, cost trends, etc.).

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Asset management

  • Asset management.

  • Asset registration.

  • Check-in and check-out of assets.

  • Work order generation and distribution.

  • Asset warranty management.

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Inventory management

  • Uploading and amending inventory data is automated.

  • Several data kinds are stored (e.g., image, RFID data).

  • Inventories may be searched using keywords and serial numbers.

  • Create and approve purchase orders.

  • Accepting sales orders.

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Create a pricing quotation

  • Customers were guided through the ordering and purchase process.

  • AI-powered price computation for customizable items.

  • Product price and discounting data is updated in real time.

  • Validation and authorisation of sales.

  • Quote with single click.

  • Document creator for automated document generation (e.g., proposals, custom quotes, engineering documents, contracts).

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HR management

  • Workforce preparation.

  • Onboarding and recruiting.

  • Employee database administration.

  • Tracking of time and attendance.

  • Performance evaluations.

  • Enrollment in training.

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  • Portals for employees.

  • Portals for customers.

  • Portals for patients.

  • E-commerce websites (B2C and B2B).

  • Portals for vendors.

  • Portals for online learning.

  • Portals for the community.

  • Portals for partners.

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Management of inspections and audits

  • Inventory control.

  • Audit of safety and compliance (e.g., vehicles, ATM).

  • Occupational health and safety audit.

  • Quality assurance.

  • Reporting an incident.

  • Obtaining customer information (e.g., service history, products owned, preferences).

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Project management

  • Project planning and management.

  • Project management (tasks, stages, milestones, etc.).

  • Tracking and distributing resources (people, assets, money, etc.).

  • Collaboration within the project team.

  • Monitoring the performance of the project team.

  • Reporting (goals achieved, resource consumption, etc.).

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Scheduling and booking administration

  • Making appointments.

  • Creating and revising employee schedules.

  • Reservations for accommodation, vehicles, and equipment, among other things.

  • Making changes to and canceling appointments and bookings.

  • Notifications concerning an appointment/booking/schedule are routed to the appropriate people.

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