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

Building a data model in Power BI is the most important task you should do properly in your Power BI solution. This session is about the most common design pattern models of Power BI; Building the Star Schema with fact table and dimension tables, understand the relationships, building common models such as Budget vs. Actual with fact tables with different granularity, or Inventory model with a snapshot fact table. 

This session is about real-world design patterns of Power BI.

Session Level: Advanced

Join our Velosio experts to learn how to best leverage the Microsoft Power Apps to meet your business requirements. With Power Apps, you can automate and enhance processes, collect and connect data, and create actionable insights. If you have been thinking about getting started with Power Apps, or even wondering what it can do for your organization by reviewing real-life applications, you will not want to miss this insightful session. Join Rod Donovan, Velosio’s Power Apps and Power Platform expert, as he discusses 10 Power Apps use cases implemented with real clients. He’ll share business needs and problems and how the team applied Power Apps to solve them, as well as available templates, tools, and outsourced resources you can use to get up and running quickly with the power of the Power Apps.

You already know that Power BI is a powerful tool for visualizing and presenting your data, but where do you begin? 

In this session,  we’ll provide you with a path for getting started and explain the differences between the desktop and service, Power Query and DAX, and different methods of sharing.  This will be a demo-rich session with our favorite tips and tricks we’ve learned over the years, as well as pitfalls to avoid.  

You will leave with everything you need to get started, including samples and resources to keep you on the path to Power BI success.

Session Level: Basic

Get hands-on experience creating dashboards for measuring Supply Chain KPIs. Choose from 3 exercises using BC and Power BI to Create: 1) Dashboard with Vendor KPIs for on-time delivery, lead times, and number of back orders; 2) Inventory dashboard with inventory KPIs for evaluating ABC class for new items, fast moving items and bin location, number of times counted, and adjustments; or a 3) Warehouse operations dashboard with KPIs such as number of picks and putaways by user, number of cycle counts by user, number of on-time and late shipments. 

Accompanies the How2 session of the same name.  

Level: Intermediate

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when it comes to choosing “the” Microsoft tool to use for your analytics projects? Join this session to learn about various options for data movement and integration in order to employ the right analytics strategy for you. Topics covered will include Power BI Dataflows, Azure Data Factory, Azure Synapse, Azure Stream Analytics and more. Select live demonstrations will be used to illustrate use cases.

•     Discover the use case for different available tools

•     Examine the components and architecture options for different approaches

•     Appreciate the benefits and drawbacks of each option

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.

What is Power Apps and why should you care?  

This introductory session will help those who probably heard of Power Apps, but maybe you haven’t had a chance to use it. 

Learn the basics as we build an app from scratch to replace a classic problem:  a shared spreadsheet.

Session Level: Basic