Microsoft Power Platform Services
Over 65% of organizations have an unserved software development backlog.
We’re consistently seeing huge demand for low-code strategies to help address and expedite software development and integration.
With over 300 built-in SaaS integrations, the Microsoft Power Platform allows “citizen developers” to build applications that streamline their work lives. At MercuryWorks, our Microsoft Power Platform services give us the opportunity to supplement our builds with high-powered automation, better business intelligence, and greater productivity.
Intelligent automation and the Microsoft Power Platform
As software demand explodes, today’s rapidly changing business needs require lightweight, low-code solutions. Stop relying on outdated off-the-shelf solutions that don’t fit your needs.
Leveraging 300+ connected experiences (including Salesforce, DocuSign, and SAP) and Microsoft’s Office 365 collaboration suite, MercuryWorks staff can rapidly construct custom automation solutions for business applications.
Here are just a few of the common solutions brought to businesses through Power Automate:
- Capital appropriation request automation
- IT hardware requests
- Automated customer interaction tracking
- Patient intake automation
Transform data into insights with Power BI
Bringing intelligence, automation, and user experience together with Power Apps
With a painless drag-and-drop screen building experience, Power Apps turns data into a usable, interactive interface that surfaces data from Power BI and plugs in with Power Automate to trigger business flows.
Tapping into MercuryWorks’ Microsoft Power Platform Services and expertise in strategic business growth, the possibilities for what you can achieve with Power Apps interfaces are endless:
Ready for a more agile business?
Then reach out to MercuryWorks to automate business processes and digitize operations alongside your business staff. Whether your challenges center on needed automation, business intelligence or even digital collaboration, MercuryWorks and Microsoft’s Power Platform make it work.