Webinar Recap | Navigating Microsoft Copilot for Power Platform

Navigating Microsoft Copilot for Power Platform

Thanks for your interest in “Navigating Microsoft Copilot for Power Platform | AI Readiness & the Art of What’s Possible.” If you were able to join us for the webinar, we thank you for being there. We hope you found it as insightful and enjoyable as our speakers shared ROI insights and Copilot for Power Platform. 

Didn’t get a chance to catch our session live? We’ve got you covered. 

This comprehensive webinar on Copilot unfolds its immense potential within the Power Platform and Dynamics 365. From transforming app development to streamlining workflows, Copilot emerges as a key player. The integration of Copilot brings unprecedented possibilities, making technology inclusive and accessible. Organizations are urged to adopt best practices, understand licensing nuances, and set up Center of Excellence programs to maximize the benefits of Copilot in their digital transformation journey. 

Copilot | A whole new way to work

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In this session 

We will discuss Copilot, an innovative tool that streamlines the development of apps, data, and workflows within the Power Platform and Dynamics 365. This webinar will provide an in-depth overview of Copilot’s fundamentals, its integration with various Power Platform components, and its ability to enhance application intelligence. 

ROI Insights 

The rapid evolution of technology presents organizations with a unique chance to lead the AI transformation. Copilot, utilized by over 126,000 organizations, aligns with the Power Platform, offering low-code solutions and AI integration. The statistics highlight the market dominance of Power Apps, showcasing a 40% YoY growth and over 20 million monthly active users. 

Microsoft Power Platform 

With a staggering 20 million monthly active users, the Power Platform stands as a key player in transformative technology. The integration of Copilot makes English a programming language, democratizing app and website development. Power Platform has been pivotal in boosting development time and streamlining operations, while Copilot introduces limitless possibilities for reimagining business strategies and IT infrastructure. Copilot proves invaluable across various Power Platform tools, eliminating the need for extensive coding knowledge. Whether you’re generating formulas, querying Power BI reports, or building websites, Copilot simplifies tasks. The demo showcases the creation of a grant application management app, emphasizing the Copilot real-time adjustments and user-friendly interface. 

Screenshot of the Live Power Pages + Copilot Demo

Copilot proves versatile, aiding in the generation of formulas, queries, and website development. It simplifies complex tasks, making Power Platform tools accessible to a broader audience, including those without extensive coding knowledge. Whether working on Power Apps, Power Pages, or Power BI, Copilot enhances efficiency and collaboration. Here are a few things you can do with Copilot: 

  • Initiate the creation of a grant application management app. 
  • Seamless addition and adjustment of columns and choices in real-time. 
  • Intuitive generation of sample data, showcasing the simplicity of Copilot in Power Apps development.

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Best Practices for Engaging with Copilot for Power Platforms 

  • Define roles and responsibilities for stakeholders in Power Platform adoption. 
  • Clearly outline business outcomes and specific goals for Copilot adoption. 
  • Implement governance policies for responsible Copilot usage. 
  • Nurture a community around Copilot through workshops and knowledge-sharing. 
  • Provide templates and guidelines for effective Copilot usage. 
  • Establish a support strategy with continuous education and troubleshooting assistance. 

Navigating the New Frontier 

Copilot licensing varies based on the Power Platform service used. Licensing models include per user, per app, or concurrent users, with dependencies on Azure licenses. Organizations need to ensure user readiness, proper configuration of Copilot capabilities, and compliance with language and region requirements. 

About the Speakers 

Noorez Khamis

Noorez is a Microsoft MVP in SharePoint and Microsoft 365 Technologies. He has 15+ years of industry experience in consulting while having been directly involved in hundreds of project deliveries spanning the entire applications spectrum, from SMB to Enterprise: including line-of-business applications, reporting, databases, enterprise integration, workflows, collaboration, document management, records management, business process management as well as web and enterprise content management solutions.

As a Microsoft MVP, Noorez has a strong command of on-premises and cloud-based information solutions, making him capable of guiding clients to meet their IT needs. Noorez is also an active blogger, speaker, trainer, community contributor, and evangelist of Microsoft Solutions.

Cristall Amurao

Cristall Amurao, a Microsoft Certified Professional with a degree in Information Technology, embarked on her professional journey as an educator, imparting knowledge on web development and Microsoft applications to college students and professionals alike. In 2005, she seamlessly transitioned to the world of software development, embracing the role of a Software Engineer. Boasting over a decade of solution architecture experience, Cristall was pivotal in spearheading transformative digital projects, specializing in Dynamics 365 and Power Platform implementations.

Her career trajectory is a testament to her adaptability and expertise across diverse fields. When not orchestrating corporate digital solutions, Cristall harmonizes her love for music and singing with her three children and two golden doodles. In her journey, Cristall embodies a dynamic fusion of education, technology, creativity, and empowerment.

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