Cambridge Power Platform User Group – 1st July 2021.

The next Cambridge Power Platform User Group will be hosted on 1st July 2021. This is a free event driven by communities, for anyone who wants to learn more about the Microsoft Power Platform. This event will be hosted via Microsoft Teams ending with a Q&A session. 

Speakers Line-up:

Speaker: Cedrick Bellarosa, principal program manager lead in Microsoft product group responsible for AI Builder.
Session: Automate document and invoices processing with AI Builder and the Power Platform

Session Description: The Microsoft Power Platform enables you to build a rich and robust document automation solution using Power Automate to orchestrate the overall process, AI Builder to bring the Intelligence required to efficiently extract information from documents, Power Apps to allow users to manually review and approve documents, and Dataverse to manage the document queue and store all the data, files, and configuration required.

Speaker: Alan Chai, Power Apps MVP
Session: All-In with Power Platform suite of services – End-to-End Business Process Automation

Speaker: Prince Kher, Vice President ING Bank
Session: Azure Purview to have better data governance in Power BI

Speaker: Sancho Harker MVP
Session: Accessibility considerations when building Canvas Power Apps

Speaker: Wim Coorvites 
Session: Teams focused – leveraging growth hacking techniques to increase user adoption.

Chris Hoard MVP
Session: To be confirmed

Please register here: to join us on 1st July 2021. The user group will kick off at 4 pm BST.

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