An employee develops a solution based on Microsoft Access 2007 that eventually holds up to 10,000 records. Due to overdue maintenance, the system is not stable.
If the Access database were to become corrupted, the system might crash irreparably. The developer has now left the company, and because the users are unable to solve the problems, they eventually turn to the system manager.
System manager says; sorry, I didn’t make it, I wasn’t involved, so it’s not my problem!
Centralize data to a secure cloud environment
App users want to share information with the team.
App users want to work on all devices including smartphones and tablets.
In other words; which database are you going to deploy? SQL Server is the best solution as a back-end for your Power Apps. If you work with Office 365 you also have access to Flows to create super secure solutions.
The basic version of Office 365 includes Power Apps & Flow, so no licenses are required. Only an additional license for SQL connector is required.
Based on this platform you develop Power Apps solutions with which you:
Everywhere you see examples of simple apps for the smartphone. To show how powerful Power Apps is, we built a CRM solution. Check out our blog!
The power platform is incredibly powerful. Add Sharepoint to that and you really have a platform on which you can build customer engagement for all departments of the organization. Check it out!
Easily integrate your chatbots with the products and services you use every day. Look up records, personalise conversations, hand off conversations to live agents, and call APIs.
Choose from hundreds of prebuilt connectors, build custom workflows using Power Automate, or create complex scenarios with Microsoft Bot Framework.
SharePoint is offered in almost all Microsoft 365 subscriptions and features SharePoint lists. Basically Tables that you can link together allowing you to build a “relational database”.
It’s a great back-end solution for PowerApps and especially inexpensive. Finally, with Microsoft 365 you have therefore no costs for licenses of PowerApps and SharePoint “back-end server”.