The Power Platform (aka Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow) is the next big thing in the Office 365 / SharePoint landscape. It will help you streamline your business processes and close the gap between parametrized services like Teams and SharePoint and your data to fully exploit the potential of Office 365!
In this session, we will demonstrate how we can use the Power Platform (Power BI, Flow, PowerApps) to build a complete business solution with datastore on SharePoint lists.

We will use as an example of a projects lifecycle site. It's a SharePoint Online site where we can manage the lifecycle of projects, from request to approval to development to a final review. A project requestor, such as a department head, requests an IT project by adding an item to a SharePoint list. A project approver, such as an IT manager, reviews the project, and then approves it or rejects it. If approved, the project is assigned to a project manager, and additional detail is added to a second list through the same app. A business analyst reviews current and completed projects using a Power BI report embedded in SharePoint. Microsoft Flow is used to send approval email and respond to Power BI alerts.




Power Platform Saturday Quebec City


Patrick Guimonet

Office 365 MVP since 10 years Patrick has 20+ years of experience as an Enterprise Solutions Architect. He has a successful track record of technical expertise for Office 365, SharePoint, SQL Server, and Oracle RDBMS. He is a former Microsoft employee in France. He now works for his own company Abalon, created in 2011. Abalon is dedicated to supporting customers on getting real business benefits with Microsoft collaborative platform. He was speaker and organizer of 100+ SharePoint and Office 365 events like SharePoint Saturdays Paris, Monaco, Dubai, Netherlands, Barcelona, Helsinki, ..., European SharePoint Conference, European Collaboration Summit, MS TechDays Paris... He has spoken on the 5 continents. More details here: He leads aOS Community. More details here:

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