Navigating Microsoft Power Platform Licensing
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Microsoft Power Platform is a powerful application development platform that allows users to create their own business solutions. With no code required, users can seamlessly create solutions that connect with Office 365, Dynamics 365, Azure and hundreds of other applications.
However, the ‘bundle’ nature of this platform, and different price and license models can create license complexity, potentially storing up unknown and unbudgeted cost.
This Webinar, hosted by Version 1’s Principal Microsoft License Consultant Karl O’Doherty, provides an overview of the key license considerations to enable effective cost control and management of Power Platform implementations. This Webinar is aimed at business users who are interested in using Power Platform to build business applications (or are already using Power Platform) and would like a better understanding of the process and license impacts of the implementation and/or are responsible for license management and compliance within your organisation. The Webinar covers:
• Demystifying Power Platform license confusion and misconceptions: The available licensing models, metrics and options, and different types of license programs available to avoid unplanned cost and risk.
• Understanding Microsoft Power Platform Licensing capabilities or alternatives: Power Platform license decision-making considerations and the key steps in its implementation.
• Governance considerations around controlling spend: Insights on effective license governance and controls.
Watch this Webinar or contact us to take advantage of an initial complimentary consultation with our Microsoft experts to understand your license concerns or technology roadmap and guide you towards achieving license cost optimisation and risk reduction.
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