Microsoft Showcases PowerObjects-built PowerLead

In today’s blogpost, we’re stepping away from the technical content we usually publish in order to share some exciting news. But first, a little background…

If you follow our blog, you know that our bread and butter at PowerObjects is Dynamics 365 and the suite of related Microsoft Business Applications. And you’ve likely noticed that in the last year, we’ve also had a deliberate and sustained focus specifically on our Power Platform practice. Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow have tremendous potential to positively impact Dynamics 365, so this increased focus is only natural. In fact, we even established an internal Power Platform Center of Excellence where a group of passionate technology experts work together to share and spread their expertise, industry best practices, and training specific to the three branches of Power Platform.

So, on to the exciting news… our team of experts used Power Apps to build a solution that is now featured on Microsoft’s own Power Apps Partner Showcase website! The solution, PowerLead, allows users to capture leads on the fly with functionality that easily scans business cards or manually create leads and contact records with just a click. It features Voice to Text recognition, saving team members valuable time. Additional features give users the ability to follow leads, edit records, and share records with colleagues on demand. PowerLead has a dedicated area for viewing statistics in an easy-to-read graphical representation, adding more flavor and functionality to the lead capture process. You can see it here.

This is our second Power Apps solution to be showcased on Microsoft’s site. The first, Sales Toolbelt, can be seen on Microsoft’s site here. Having multiple Power Apps solutions showcased puts us in rare company – only a handful of Microsoft Partners have even a single tool featured, and less than five partners can claim more than one. With lots more in the works here at PowerObjects, it won’t be long before we’re featured again.

Thanks for indulging our quick pat on the ol’ back 😉! We’ll return to the technical stuff tomorrow…

Happy Dynamics 365’ing!