State and Local Governments Can Tackle Today’s Challenges Quickly with the Microsoft Power Platform: Watch This Webinar to Learn How
As state and local constituencies continue to grow and their demands increase, it’s clear that they want to be heard and recognized. State and local governments must be able to deliver personal interactions, fast responses, and total transparency–especially during a crisis.
How do you prepare for changes when you don’t know what they are, during a time when change is constant and significant? More importantly, how do you do it without compromising on your level of service to your constituents?
The key is to be able to pivot quickly, coming up with solutions that are simple and fast to conceive, build, and deploy. That requires tools that enable you to do that: create flexible apps that don’t require coding knowledge.
The Microsoft Power Platform was built specifically for that purpose. A powerful suite of four, easy to use tools, the Power Platform makes it possible for anyone to create an app or a workflow that fixes a problem or bridges a gap between business applications, working in harmony with those applications, not forcing you to replace or reconfigure them. In short, the Power Platform makes it possible for you to keep moving forward, regardless of your budget or resources.
Interested in seeing what you can do with the Power Platform? You have the opportunity. Join AKA and Microsoft, for an informational webinar on how state and local governments can leverage the Microsoft Power Platform to improve their relationships with their citizens by addressing challenges before they become problems, including:
- Getting a handle on COVID-related issues with free accelerators that help you with contact tracing and more
- Processing requests for information
- Automating and integrating AP processes into your ERP and CRM systems to increase efficiencies
- Using Power BI to harness data for more effective, transparent reporting
Art of the Possible – Putting the Microsoft Power Platform into Action
for State and Local Government
Wednesday, October 28th at 11 AM PDT/2 PM EDT
Save your seat now! If you are interested but aren’t able to attend, we encourage you to register anyway – the session will be recorded and we will send you the link after the webinar.