Automating Project Online with Microsoft Flow and Power Apps

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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

In today’s world of IoT, automation and integration are the mantras everyone is chanting. In any given scenario, it is very likely that the users are using multiple products to achieve their productivity needs. In that context, the only way to achieve efficiency is to be able to integrate and automate between all these tools. However, the integration cannot be so complex that it needs special expertise. It needs to be quick and easy.

The same applies to the world of Project Management. There are many tools on a day to day basis that a project manager needs to work with as part of their job. What if we could connect all of them and provide a single interface for the Project Manager to work with?

Enter Microsoft Flow and Power Apps…

Flow connects to  Microsoft products like Office 365 and OneDrive; third-party platforms such as Twitter, Dropbox, MailChimp, Google Drive, Slack and Trello; and developer-focused options like Github and SQL. Meanwhile, Power Apps helps regular users develop apps quickly that can be used to perform tasks of choice.

This session will explore how to use both of these tools together to enable efficiency in Project Management Processes.

Presenter Info:

Prasanna Adavi

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Written by Prasanna Adavi
Prasanna Adavi (Project MVP, PMP, MCTS, MCITP, MCT) is a Senior Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Consultant. specializing in helping organizations meet their business needs in the areas of Project Management and Portfolio Management. He is a regular presenter at various Project Server, EPM and SharePoint events across the country, and regularly blogs. He also runs a podcast dedicated to MS Project and Project Server. He has been awarded the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award by Microsoft since 2014, for his continued contributions to Microsoft Project Community. Connect with him on Twitter or LinkedIn.
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