Giving your team the power to innovate

Inspire innovation across your business with Microsoft Power Platform

Unlock low-code app building & automation business tools from £16.40 per month

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What is Microsoft's Power Platform?

From sales to finance, most of your teams have big ideas that they fail to share since they don’t have the right tools or skills to implement them. Microsoft Power Platform offers a suite of low-code apps that allow your employees to turn their ideas into reality, with no IT skills needed.  

By opening the platform up to your whole organisation, they’ll have the ability to create solutions to their own individual problems, as well as wider business issues, increasing overall efficiency. 

A suite of low-code apps

From innovating solutions to building chatbots or automating your projects, discover all the possibilities available across Power Platform’s suite of apps.

Power Apps

By using Power Apps as part of the Power Platform, anyone in your business can build apps at scale, automate their workflows and unite data sources from across the business.

Microsoft Virtual Agents

Harness the power of AI to create no-code chatbots in conversation with customers and employees, while providing personalised attention to their needs.

Power Automate

The clue's in the name. Give your team access to automation across all your Power Platform projects so they can work smarter, not harder.

Power BI

PowerBI can collate real-time data from across the tools to give your team accurate data to inform their decision-making.

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Why choose Power Platform?

From innovating solutions to building chatbots or automating your projects, discover all the possibilities available across Power Platform’s suite of apps.

Drive innovative ideas

Since the tools require no IT experience, anyone across the business can build a solution to an operation challenge, sparking innovation across the organisation. 

Streamline workflows

By giving your employees the tools to solve challenges within the workflow, not only will you increase efficiency, but you’ll also enrich and upskill their day-to-day responsibilities.

Connect all of your data

With over one thousand Power Platform connectors, you’ll be able to source data from across your business to create unified solutions. 

High-level security

You can have complete peace of mind that all your low-code solutions will be protected with enterprise-grade compliance as part of the Microsoft Cloud. 

How other businesses have benefitted from Business Central

Microsoft Power Platform (T-Mobile)


T-Mobile was able to create new dashboards to understand their procurement and supply chain data better, whilst encouraging insight-driven decision-making across the business.

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Microsoft Power Platform (Virtual Agents)

Power Virtual Agents

San Diego Workforce Partnership introduced Power Virtual Agents that now handle 75% of SDWP's inbound enquiries, meaning that their team have time to focus on cases that require a little more attention.

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Microsoft Power Platform (G&J Pepsi)

G&J Pepsi

G&J Pepsi saved $1.5million dollars by introducing their organisation to a combination of Power Autoamte, Power BI and Power Apps, providing increased efficiencies.

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The workforce of today care about..


A good work/life balance

Getting more done

Accessing data and insights faster

You can unlock all this and more by starting your Microsoft Power Platform journey.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Power Apps?

Power Apps is a suite of apps, services, connectors, and data platform that provides a rapid development environment to build custom apps for business needs. Developed by Microsoft, it is part of the Microsoft Power Platform, alongside other tools like Power BI (for analytics), Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow, for app automation), and Power Virtual Agents (for creating chatbots).

Who is Power Apps for?

Power Apps is designed for use by business analysts, subject matter experts, and other non-technical individuals to develop apps that address business problems or opportunities quickly, while also offering sufficient depth for professional developers to extend app capabilities or integrate with other systems.

What is Power BI?

Power BI is a business analytics service provided by Microsoft. It provides interactive visualisations and business intelligence capabilities with an interface simple enough for end users to create their own reports and dashboards. It is part of the Microsoft Power Platform.

What is Power Automate?

Power Automate, formerly known as Microsoft Flow, is a service provided by Microsoft that allows users to create automated workflows between their favourite apps and services to synchronise files, get notifications, collect data, and more. This automation tool is designed to improve productivity by automating repetitive tasks without the need for complex coding. It is part of the Microsoft Power Platform, which also includes Power BI, Power Apps, and Power Virtual Agents.

What are Power Virtual Agents?

Power Virtual Agents are a component of Microsoft's Power Platform, designed to enable users to easily create powerful chatbots using a guided, no-code graphical interface. These virtual agents are designed to automate customer service, support tasks, and engage with users in a natural, conversational manner across various platforms and applications. The key objective of Power Virtual Agents is to allow business experts and developers to collaboratively and quickly develop, test, and deploy bots without the need for in-depth programming knowledge.

What are workflows?

Workflows refer to the series of activities, tasks, steps, or processes undertaken to complete a specific objective or accomplish a specific outcome. They are essentially the paths that describe how something goes from being undone to done or how a process moves from start to finish. Workflows can exist in various contexts, such as business operations, project management, software development, and daily personal routines.

Workflows are designed to optimise the efficiency and effectiveness of the processes they describe. They help ensure consistency, improve communication, reduce errors, and maximise resource utilisation by clearly outlining who needs to do what, in what order, and using which tools or resources.