Lowering TCO and embracing Low Code No Code with Microsoft’s Power Platform
Sponsored by: PowerObjects, an HCL Technologies Company
Date: 16 December
Time: 12PM London/1PM CET
Join PowerObjects’ Webinar where we’ll examine and demonstrate the modern power of Microsoft’s Power Platform in helping Local and Regional Government institutions lower their TCO, achieve more tangible results with an innovative No Code Low Code approach.
Business Development Manager
Steve began his career working in Housing Management where he developed an interest in how technology can help improve lives. This led to many years working for IT and software firms introducing solutions to public sector organisations including housing, local government and health. Steve also spent 9 years as a Board Member for a large Housing Association. For the last decade Steve’s work has been exclusively focused on the Microsoft Dynamics platform and lately the Power Platform. During this period Steve has been involved in major transformation projects utilising the Microsoft Business Applications suite that have directly impacted on the way services and the customer experience are delivered.
Senior Solution Architect
Jamie is currently working as a Senior Solution Architect for HCL-PowerObjects, based in the U.K. Amongst his range of functions, Jamie picked up a keen interest in the world of Microsoft’s Power Platform., specifically Power Automate. However, being well versed in each component of the Power Platform has enabled Jamie to be crucial in assisting organisations across a range of industries, including but not limited to: Housing, Local Government & health.
• Lead Product Owner for D365 L&Q
• 3 years’ experience using D365 in Housing
• Working cross functionally with business leads to ideate solutions and carry through to delivery
Key Learning Objectives
- Base Understanding of each component from Microsoft’s Power Platform
- Understanding of the reach, scope and capabilities of the technology within Local Govt & Housing context
- Demonstration of the Power Platform using real-life case analogies
- C levels
- Transformation Officer / Manager
- Business Improvement Manager
- Digital Citizen
- IT Transformation
- Innovation Director
- Customer Service
- Digital Transformation Manager