Nick Doelman is Microsoft Business Applications MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Dynamic Communities All-Star award winner. Nick is currently a independent trainer, consultant, speaker, podcaster and blogger focused on the Power Platform and Dynamics 365. Nick has been engaged as a subject matter expert in over 100 Dynamics CRM/365 and Power Platform projects covering a wide range of industries and sectors. Nick is also a competitive Powerlifter and has competed at the 2018 and 2019 Canadian National Powerlifting Championships. You can read Nick's blog at https://readyxrm.blog
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Model Driven and Canvas based Power Apps provide incredibly powerful tools for building business applications for internal users. What about external audiences such as customers and partners? In October 2019, Power Apps Portals became generally available as a way for external stakeholders to interact with CDS data. This technology is actually the Dynamics 365 Portals platform with some new enhancements. This session provides an introduction to building a Model Driven App and the steps to expose it to an external audience via Power Apps Portals.
Model-Driven and Canvas based Power Apps provide incredibly powerful tools for building business applications for internal users. What about external audiences such as customers and partners? Introducing Power Apps Portals! Jumpstart your Power Apps Portals projects as we walk through provisioning a new portal, configuring it to your brand, and securely exposing Common Data Service (CDS) data to external audiences.
Model Driven and Canvas based PowerApps provide incredibly powerful tools for building business applications for internal users. What about external audiences such as customers and partners? The Power Platform April 2019 release notes indicate the arrival of PowerApps Portals, which is based on the Dynamics 365 Portals platform. This session provides an introduction to building a Model Driven App and the steps to securely expose it to an external audience via the PowerApps Portals.
I have been building unique line of business applications for years using Dynamics CRM as the platform. It's a little known fact that the technology used for Dynamics CRM and configuration is the foundation for the Common Data Service and model-driven Power Apps. The benefit today? You don't need get expensive Dynamics 365 licenses if your organization doesn't need them, but you can get all the same features and functionalities of the core Dynamics CRM app by building model-driven Power Apps on the Common Data Service (for a fraction of Dynamics 365 licensing costs). Added benefit is being able to extend those apps using Power Automate, Canvas-apps and other Power Platform technologies. Attend this session to learn how you can implement a "CRM" that fits your organization's needs!