Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices provides proven guidance that’s designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed with Microsoft Power Platform. This guidance provides best practices, documentation, and tools that architects, IT pros, and business decision makers need to successfully achieve short-term and long-term objectives.
By using Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices, organizations can better align their business and technical strategies to ensure success.
These Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices will help establish “digital guardrails” for the platform within an enterprise. That way, professional and citizen developers can build solutions with the confidence that what they build will be managed, secured, and otherwise looked after in a compliant way, following best practices. A key objective is creating an environment—both technically and culturally speaking—in which your users can thrive.
Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices are a collection of documentation, guidance, best practices, and templates that are proven to accelerate your Microsoft Power Platform adoption journey. They provide tools, guidance, and narratives that help shape technology, business, and people strategies for driving desired business outcomes during your adoption effort.
This guidance aligns to the following buckets and responsibilities of your adoption.
Strategy and vision: Define roles, responsibilities and expected outcomes of adoption.
Admin and governance: Implement digital guardrails for your makers to create with confidence.
The cloud is at the heart of our modern business world. Given the rapid pace of digital transformation, businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to depend on on-premises solutions alone to meet their evolving needs. Following the widespread shift to remote work last year, it’s more critical than ever for organizations to be able to provide a seamless, consistent experience for their workforce and customers anywhere and at any time. Due to these pressures, adoption of Microsoft Azure has continued to increase rapidly, with 47 percent year-over-year growth reported last quarter alone.
As organizations move to the cloud, they’re empowered to adopt powerful, scalable applications to help manage their business. Microsoft Business Applications helps companies unleash their potential by breaking down data silos to connect customers, products, people, and operations. Solutions like Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platformallow your customers to improve their CRM and ERP approaches while up leveling analytics and business intelligence capabilities.
We’re committed to supporting you through this global transition to the cloud, which is why we’re continually working to give you access to the resources and technical capabilities you need to meet your customers’ evolving needs and provide you with opportunities to differentiate your business. With this in mind, I’m thrilled to share that we are offering a new competency option and two new advanced specializations that partners can earn to highlight their capabilities around Microsoft Business Applications. These new programs are specifically designed to support our partners who are serving the small and medium-sized business cloud applications market.
You can review a list of all advanced specializations currently offered at DynamicsEdge-Training & Certification.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution for mid-sized organizations that is fast to implement, easy to configure, and simple to use. Right from the start, simplicity has guided — and continues to guide — innovations in product design, development, implementation, and usability. Users can customize and administrate their Business Central experience in the product. Other tasks for administration and development require a more specialized profile, and in this Development and Administration section, you can find more technical information, including information about developing for Dynamics 365 Business Central using the AL Language extension and Visual Studio Code.
The following sections point to key articles that can help you get familiar with Business Central.
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Simplify and improve how partners administer tenants, and how administrators carry out tasks for licensing and permissions.
Take advantage of new features for some of the most requested areas for improvement, such as banking, payments, and continued enhancements to performance.
Better with Microsoft 365
Collaborate on Business Central data in the Microsoft Teams app with added support, so your team can work together with the best tool for managing business processes.
Business Central will be available in India, Greece, Romania, and Turkey.
Modern development tools
Take advantage of improvements to performance in Microsoft Visual Studio Code, extension lifecycle telemetry for ISVs, additional interface functionality, and a new automated, streamlined process for submitting apps to Microsoft AppSource.