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Power Platform Top 20 Tips and Trick

November 27, 2019

Power Platform Top 20 Tips and Trick Thursday, Nov 28, 2019, 12:00 PM MicrosoftLevel 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington, NZ 30 Dynamics Professionals Attending To finish of the year we are getting the community together to present the top 20 tips and tricks every Power Platform/Dynamics consultant must know. Come along to this knowledge filled session to learn and share the Power Platform hidden gems. Last minute tipsters are also welcome. Location L12 157 Lambton Quay Microsoft Further details Speakers: … Check out this Meetup →

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What is new in the Power Platform Wave 2 2019 release

October 29, 2019

What is new in the Power Platform Wave 2 2019 release Tuesday, Oct 29, 2019, 12:00 PM MicrosoftLevel 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington, NZ 32 Dynamics Professionals Went The Power Platform community is getting an early Christmas present with the Wave[masked] release. More than 400+ new features are included in this release. Most Australian hosted instance were upgraded on October 13. So what is in this latest version? and how will it impact your organisation? In this session we will highlight the newly released feat… Check out this Meetup →

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Demystifying PowerApps Licensing and Pricing

September 25, 2019

Demystifying PowerApps Licensing and Pricing Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019, 12:00 PM MicrosoftLevel 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington, NZ 28 Dynamics Professionals Went The Power Platform is evolving at light speed with a number of new features coming out shortly. And with every change comes a licensing update. In the past, Dynamics licensing was simple(r). Today, understanding the pricing model seems more challenging than building the product itself. 100 page licensing guides for PowerApps and Dynamics are being … Check out this Meetup →

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365 Saturday Christchurch, New Zealand

August 31, 2019

Join us at 365 Saturday Christchurch to learn about the latest and greatest features of the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 from Microsoft MVPs, employees, and top tier talent in the industry. Keep an eye out on Social media (LinkedIn, Twitter) for future announcements regarding this event #D365NZ. https://www.365portal.org/events/event/?id=3a9ed215-c582-e911-a98a-00224800c5df

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365 Saturday Auckland, New Zealand

August 24, 2019

Join us at 365 Saturday Auckland to learn about the latest and greatest features of the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 from Microsoft MVPs, employees, and top tier talent in the industry. Keep an eye out on Social media (LinkedIn, Twitter) for future announcements regarding this event #D365NZ. https://www.365portal.org/events/event/?id=e9f02fa3-f376-e911-a988-00224800c719

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Why You Need to Learn About the PowerApps Component Framework Now

August 23, 2019

Event: Australia Summit 2019, Melbourne Nowadays, low-code/no-code are buzzwords that you often hear coupled with the PowerApps platform. Microsoft truly changed the ICT landscape with the introduction of PowerApps, a focus on democratising solution development, and empowering citizen developers. However, with the public preview release of the PowerApps Component Framework (formerly known as the Custom Control…

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The Shortfall of Microsoft Flow and the Solution No One Talks About

August 22, 2019

Event: Australia Summit 2019, Melbourne With over 200 out-of-the-box connectors, Microsoft Flow is a true integration and workflow automation tool targeted at citizen developers. Those connectors and actions fulfil a good portion of business requirements with relative ease. However, they do come with limitations and based on experience, citizen developers often reach those limitations which ultimately lead to road blocks -something most consultant don’t talk about! The good news is that you can stick to your low-code/no code principles and extend the Microsoft Flow capabilities beyond what you think is possible with the use of custom connectors. Don’t worry about the word ‘custom’. All you need is some knowledge and you’ll be up and running within a few clicks. In this session we will explore the shortfalls of out-of-the-box connectors and the potential impacts they have on your solution. We will then demonstrate how easy it is to create custom connectors to unlock the true potential of Microsoft Flow . We will compare and contrast traditional code-based approaches with the custom connectors approach. Live demonstration will…

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365 Saturday Wellington, New Zealand

August 17, 2019

Join us at 365 Saturday Wellington to learn about the latest and greatest features of the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 from Microsoft MVPs, employees, and top tier talent in the industry. Keep an eye out on Social media (LinkedIn, Twitter) for future announcements regarding this event #D365NZ. https://www.365portal.org/events/event/?id=e5b87acd-f376-e911-a988-00224800c719  

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Fast-track to Dynamics Portal

April 30, 2019

Fast-track to Dynamics Portal Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019, 12:00 PM MicrosoftLevel 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington, NZ 40 Dynamics Professionals Went Dynamics Portals deliver a mature web engagement experience and CMS capabilities for Dynamics 365. Portals can quickly and easily be configured and exposed as an external facing web site. But the journey doesn’t stop there, Portals can be further customised and extend beyond the basic point-and-click configuration to deliver a more sophisticated us… Check out this Meetup →

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Dynamics 365 April ’19 Release

February 21, 2019

Dynamics 365 April ’19 Release Thursday, Feb 21, 2019, 12:00 PM MicrosoftLevel 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington, NZ 40 Dynamics Professionals Went New year, new release! The notes for the April ’19 release where published in January with some of the public previews available in early February. In the first part of this session we will be going over the release notes and all the goodness included in the next major release. UPDATE: Given the content we won’t be able to cover the Azure DevOps au… Check out this Meetup →

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