Power Platform

This presentation will take the audience through how to use a combination of Azure machine learning, Power Apps and key D365 for Finance and Supply Chain features to mange and improve food safety. We will cover both how to manage quality control on the production floor or at the receiving dock using Power Apps, predicting quality issues using Azure ML, and how to log and manage non-conformance via D365FSC, Power BI and Power Apps.

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

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

The Power Platform with Canvas Apps, Power Automate flows and all the goodies that the Common Data Service offers is making Citizen Developers as well as Pro Devs super efficient in building apps and complete enterprise grade solutions. But what about ALM? Is build/deploy automation and proper CI/CD even possible?

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

Was your first thought “What is a Data Model?”, if so this session is for you. If you know what a data model is but want the Power BI perspective, this is also for you. When you think of optimization, the first thing that usually comes to mind is speed. Often overlooked are the things you should do to your Power BI solution to make it easier for end-users to consume, which sets you up for successful end-user Self-Service. In this session we will go over the data modeling 101 and the top things you should do to enable Self-Service