• Business Analytics
  • Data Management
  • Database Administration
  • Microsoft Power Platform
  • Reporting & Dashboards
Data management on demand
At a Glance

Use the Microsoft Power Platform to streamline operations

The Microsoft Power Platform consists of five products that can be used individually or together to connect applications to create an end-to-end business workflow.

While Microsoft touts these products as making it “easy for everyone to build their own custom solutions,” we find many of our clients have neither the time or interest in learning how to join database fields and build their own applications.

We have deep understanding of databases and how to build custom queries – and custom applications – so you can get the exact solution that fits the needs of your organization. Out of the box, Power Platform connects with hundreds of applications. Let us see what we can build for you. 

Microsoft Power Platform consists of:


Power BI

To visualize data


Power Apps

A low-code app-building solution

power Pages

Power Pages

A low-code data-driven website portal for customers and employees

Power automate

Power Automate

Sends data automatically from one app to another 

Power virtual agents

Power Virtual Agents

A low-code chatbot solution

Power Apps & Power Automate

What are common uses of Power Apps?

As software developers, our team is frequently asked to build a new application or replace an existing one. We can use Power Apps for projects like:

  • Replacing an Access database
  • Building a front-end form, like a mobile-friendly inspection checklist that gets stored centrally
  • Taking information captured in an order-taking system and sending it to an accounting system
microsoft power platform
microsoft power platform

Why use Power Apps over other solutions?

Power Apps isn’t the only tool in our software development toolbelt, but many customers like Power Apps because it:

  1. Connects natively with other Microsoft applications
  2. Is continually being improved by Microsoft
  3. Has strong security and compliance features
  4. Is relatively fast and affordable (especially compared to traditionally coded applications)