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Arm enables low-code adoption with a thriving Power Platform Center of Excellence

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Arm, a leading semiconductor and software design company headquartered in Cambridge, England, has had a lot of success with Microsoft Power Platform. In this story, we will explore how they used parts of the Power Platform Centre of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit to put controls and guardrails in place to manage Power Platform usage, harness the enthusiasm of citizen makers, and form a thriving community of skilled practitioners who learn from each-other and develop high value apps for the organization.

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Power CAT Adoption Maturity Model: Repeatable patterns for successful Power Platform adoption

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The Power CAT team (Customer Advisory Team) is a team of solution architects within Microsoft Power Platform engineering focused on helping customers accelerate their Microsoft Power Platform adoption. In collaboration with some of our most successful customers, we have identified consistent themes, patterns, practices and behaviours that underpin the progress of successful organizations as they implement comprehensive digital transformation with Power Platform. The result of this work is the Power CAT Adoption Maturity Model.

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Use the Innovation Backlog to manage app and flow ideas

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We’re excited to introduce you to the Innovation Backlog – a new app that’s part of the Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit. The Innovation Backlog app gives your business users a place to record and prioritize their wish list of digital innovations. Your teams can use this app to submit ideas for apps and flows and describe pain points with the current process. Using a wizard to describe the current process, team members provide information about the people involved, the tools used, and ways to measure improvement.

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Manage Microsoft Dataverse for Teams environments

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Microsoft Dataverse for Teams empowers users to build custom apps, bots, and flows in Teams. When a team owner adds this capability to their team, a Power Platform environment with a Microsoft Dataverse for Teams database is created and linked to their team. With limited capacity of Dataverse for Teams environments available per tenant, learn more about how to effectively engage with new makers and ensure that Dataverse for Teams capacity is used effectively in the tenant and distributed to the most valuable business use cases.

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Power Apps and Automate Architecture Series

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We are excited to launch the Power Apps and Automate Architecture Series content, presented by Power CAT, which will prepare you for upcoming complex projects involving our app and automation platform. This series of videos will cover L300-400 content and will provide your architects and developers with the tools and best practices to run successful Power Apps and Automate projects of high complexity.

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Gain deep insights into your Power Platform adoption with the CoE Starter Kit

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The Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit is a set of templates that are designed to help get started with developing a strategy for adopting, maintaining and supporting the Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps and Power Automate. A core part of the CoE Starter Kit is a Power BI Dashboard that provides you with a holistic view with visualizations and insights into resources in your tenant: environments, apps, flows, connectors, connection references, makers and audit logs. In this post, discover what’s new and what you can learn from the dashboard.

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