Value Stream Analysis for Microsoft Power Platform

Microsoft power platform

What We Do

We provide a comprehensive evaluation to help organizations/decision-makers to understand how the Power Platform can enhance productivity, drive innovation, and deliver tangible value across their operations. Our experts will analyze data integration capabilities, automation opportunities, and process optimization potential. They also consider the platform’s scalability, cost-effectiveness, and alignment with your business goals.

What, How and Who?


  • Identifying and quantifying the potential business benefits.
  • Assessing the alignment with business goals and requirements.
  • Evaluating the Platform’s impact on operational efficiency.
  • Determining the return on investment (ROI).


  • Introduction and Objectives.
  • Business Context and Challenges.
  • Power Platform Overview.
  • Identify Business Goals and Requirements.
  • Business Impact Assessment.
  • ROI and Cost Analysis.
  • Implementation Roadmap Wrap-up and Next Steps.

What to Expect

Identified and Prioritized Business Value

The workshop helps identify and prioritize the specific areas where the Power Platform can deliver value. This includes highlighting the key use cases, processes, and pain points that can be addressed through the platform's capabilities.

Business Impact

The workshop quantifies the potential business impact of implementing the Power Platform. It provides a clear assessment of the expected benefits, such as cost savings, productivity improvements, revenue growth, and enhanced operational efficiency. This helps in understanding the value proposition and justifying the investment.


The workshop includes a thorough analysis of the financial implications of adopting the Power Platform. It estimates the costs associated with implementation, training, licensing, and maintenance, and compares them with the projected benefits. This allows stakeholders to evaluate the return on investment (ROI) and make informed decisions.

Who should attend

  • Executive Leadership:
    C-suite executives, such as CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs, who have decision-making authority and can provide strategic direction.
  • Business Unit Leaders:
    Department heads, managers, and team leaders who are responsible for specific business units or functions.
  • IT and Technology Leaders:
    IT managers, architects, and technical experts who can provide insights into the organization’s current technology landscape, integration capabilities.
  • Finance and Budgeting Representatives:
    Finance managers or professionals who can provide financial analysis, estimate costs, and assess the potential return on investment (ROI) associated.

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