The Microsoft Power platform has taken the world by storm in recent years, offering a unique approach to the way in which businesses can conduct their activities, enhance their productivity, and maximize their ROI. With many different apps available and with each one boasting its own functions and features, you might be wondering why so many are turning to them for innovative solutions. Here are just a few case examples of why organizations of all sizes are turning to Microsoft Power to help with the smooth operation of their business practices.
Instantaneous quotation generator
In the past, potential customers typically had just one way of receiving a quote for services, and that was by visiting a physical store and asking for one. Then a new wave of technology was introduced with the internet, which made it easier for customers to request a quote online and get professional assistance.
Thanks to Microsoft Power, the potential to program a piece of software with the relevant parameters and then have it integrated within a website, email server, and more applications has become apparent. A customer can now request a quote and based on the parameters defined by the application owner, they can then be given an immediate estimate, making them far more likely to proceed with a purchase, as they won’t have even had time to consider other potential providers.
Human input is becoming less and less of an obligation and with Power Apps now able to perform many tasks that people once did; business owners can take full advantage. Another great use case for Microsoft Power is the ability to inspect a website for any number of reasons. With options to define the activity of the inspection, as well as create custom filters for an even broader (or lesser) scope of results, the possibilities are almost endless.
With a site inspection, flaws can be detected, performance issues can be identified, and many white hat hackers are using these tools to allow them to automatically scan for weak spots and then report them back to the website’s owner. Not only can this be hugely reassuring, but it’s also game-changing, as the need to dedicate days, if not weeks, to the task of inspecting can be all but negated.
Interview processing and application
Another great feature afforded by Power Apps is the ability to handle an interview process and then collect the data for manual inspection when the time is needed. Where generic forms collect information online when a user submits their data, Microsoft Power allows customized questions to be presented, saving both the interviewer and interviewee time and effort.
With Power, the beginning and middle part of the interview process can be taken care of in an automated setting, with the latter stage being prepared with all relevant information ready for a person to evaluate everything and come to a decision. This feature can also be paired with correspondence tools to notify the applicant that their questions have been received, and a separate setting can be applied to forward this information to the relevant person handling the process.