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This session is focused on the education of administering, adopting, and promoting the Power BI platform for an Enterprise solution. 

Join us to learn about adopting a framework for your BI team to govern and manage content in Power BI, utilizing Workspaces for BI Collaboration and organization of Report content, creating a Power BI Admin team who maintains and defines the intent of Workspace environments, establishing naming conventions for content (Dashboards, Reports) for End Users, methods to help support and educate end users to adopt Power BI, and creating an internal BI Support Site.

Session Level: Intermediate

Smart is sexy and understanding what’s new in Business Central will make you the most interesting person at virtual cocktail parties. With Business Central at the core, we’ll show you the hottest integrations with Microsoft 365 and Power BI. KPIs are king and at your fingertips. See how you can report available cash, sales profitability, inventory value, and net income. With personalization tools and an enhanced user experience, everyone has the ability to work how they want in Business Central.

Join ArcherPoint’s Gwendolynn Massie, a 21-year Dynamics veteran and lover of all things Business Central, for your tour of the features that make you go “wow!” and make everyone see you for the rock star you are.

How can one Power Apps application securely meet the needs of more than one user persona without exposing an organization to data privacy risks?  

This session will share techniques successfully used to serve the needs of 3 different user personas – an individual user, a manager and a resource manager – securely providing each with only the information necessary for their role.

Session Level: Intermediate

Power Apps Portals provide a lot of functionality out of the box to interact with CDS (Common Data Service) data. However, there may be situations where you need to take your portal projects to the next level. 

In this session, learn how to extend your Power Apps Portal with HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Liquid, Power Automate and Azure.  Add more power by embedding Power Virtual Agents, SharePoint libraries, Power BI reports and even Canvas Power Apps!  Add more Power to Power Apps Portal projects!

Session Level: Advanced

Just thinking about the many options now to deliver advanced reporting and analytics will make your head spin! Attend this session to discover the options available for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations including embedded power, data warehousing, and Common Data Model (CDM). A D365 and business intelligence expert will review and discuss the benefits and drawbacks (price, development time, security, approach, scalability, etc.) for each.

The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.

This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.

If you have been wanting to get started creating Flows with Power Automate, this is your chance! 

In this session, you’ll learn:

What can be done with Flows

How are Flows different than SharePoint Designer Workflows

How to create Flows for everyday tasks such as sending automatic reminder emails

How to create Flows from templates

The best resources for advancing your Flow skills

Where to get help

And more…

All concepts will be presented through live demonstrations!

Session Level: Basic

Do you receive upfront payments for services in future fiscal periods? Want to learn about the new Revenue Recognition features in D365 Finance? How can you use Power BI to easily monitor your cash-to-revenue cycle? Don’t miss this valuable session with a  finance expert to demystify new revenue recognition functionality in D365 Finance.

The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.

This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.

Companies are planning on how to safely reopen offices and have employees working safely in-person . During this session, we will cover how the Power Platform can help you decide when it is safe to reopen, manage risk of exposure at your workplace, track who will be in the office, and identify potential exposure. This session will cover Microsoft’s Return to Workplace solutions, custom solutions with Power Platform, and using AI to automatically track occupancy limits.

For many organizations, front line sales and support is owned by employees. What if it didn’t need to be? 

Join us for a session dedicated to how Power Virtual Agents can add immediate value to your Power Apps (or other!) portals.

Session Level: Intermediate

This session will begin by re-introducing select popular elements from within my Intelligent Administrator dashboard, and then include a number of ‘nuts and bolts’ exercises on how to build one from the ground-up.  Tips/techniques for building this Admin-style dashboard will foster greater understating and applicability to your Dynamics GP environment.  The dashboard itself encompasses 150 SQL queries and produces 350 Power BI indicators across 30 subjects in MSSQL, Dynamics, GP Companies, Management Reporter and even ISV products.  Attendees will learn how to leverage Power BI for powerful real-time analysis of configuration selections in each of the modules in Dynamics GP.

This session is geared for an audience with an intermediate skill set.

This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.

As a low/no code development tool, Power Automate places a lot of power in the hands of users who previously had to rely on a developer.  But as a certain young Spider-Man once taught us, with great power comes great responsibility.  

Instead of muddling your way to learning how to control all that power on your own, let us show you the 5 things you need in your integration to make it kick ass.

Session Level: Basic

A collection of useful tips to help you work faster and more efficiently in Power BI. Topics include best practices and recommendations for improving the loading and modeling of data, leveraging parameters, creating date tables, time based calculations, measures vs. calculated columns, using report themes, bookmarks, and templates, ideas for faster creation of reports, and more.

The content of this session is geared toward an audience with intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.

As the adoption of Teams is increasing along with that have increased the Teams sprawl. One of the methods to avoid the Teams Sprawl is to add the governance policies and automate the Teams creation via the approval process.
In this demo-driven session, we will cover how to implement Teams Governance using Power Automate, Microsoft Graph APIs, and SharePoint.
You will learn:
1) Microsoft Teams Governance via Automation
2) Automate Microsoft Team Provisioning using Power Automate, Microsoft Graph APIs, and SharePoint
3) Automate Microsoft Team Provisioning using Logic Apps, Microsoft Graph APIs, and SharePoint

Session Level: Advanced

Manufacturers rely on key reports to provide them with actionable insights. Reports such as capacity utilization, costing, and work load are just a few that need to be on your dashboard. PowerBI helps you combine data from multiple sources and quickly process mountains of data into meaningful and useful information. 

This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.

Level: Intermediate 

Learn how to use the robust Approval engine in Power Automate to streamline your business process approvals. Power Automate allows an approver to “take action” in a variety of ways including from the Power Automate mobile app and from within Outlook. It couldn’t be more convenient. 

In this session, we’ll start by building a simple approval process (one manager) and work our way up to sequential multi-stage approvals (more than one manager); and we’ll review parallel approvals too. If you have anything that requires approvals, this will make your life easier and save you money.

Session Level: Basic

Microsoft’s Power BI dashboard and reporting solution provides a way to gain insight into your Dynamics SL and other data.  The Microsoft Dynamics SL team has built Power BI Dashboards for Project, Customers and Vendor information that are a great starting point.  Attend this session to see what is available today and how you can start taking advantage of these solutions at your company today.

Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to describe the Power BI dashboards that are available.

This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.

Level: Basic

Successful enterprise projects use a variety of continuous integration and advanced DevOps tools.  These tools and techniques take significant time and investment as well as ongoing maintenance to ensure the process runs smoothly.  What about the small implementations with a handful of users and potentially only one or two citizen developers building the business application?  This session covers some simple best practices, tools and techniques to ensure the work on small to medium Dynamics 365 and Power Platform business application development is properly archived in source control and updates are rolled out in a simple, but controlled fashion.

The content of this session is geared toward an audience with intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.

Learn how to add custom UI components for both model-driven and canvas Apps in this new world of the Power Platform. This session will explore the Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) gallery, walk-through the process of adding PCF components to your environment, look at some best practices and provide some resources for reference.

Session Level: Intermediate