Establish Operational and Organizational Center of Excellence for Power Platform and Citizen Development Governance
Whether you're just starting to learn about Power Platform or have already deployed numerous solutions using Power Apps, Power Automate or Power Virtual Agents, it's never too early, or too late, to reach for excellence. To avoid confusion, surprises, and inefficiencies of time and resources, a Center of Excellence (COE) model detailing the ongoing use, design patterns, management, governance, and support of the Power Platform should be established.
Our approach to a true Power Platform COE encompasses not only the operational but, more importantly and uniquely, the people side, combining adoption and institutional change management with the best practices from Microsoft and for your industry. Let us take you step by step through the framework: Discovery & Analysis; Governance Planning; Power Platform Roadmap; COE Starter Kit Configuration; Licensing; Adoption & Change Management Strategy; IT Readiness; and ending with the identification and launch of a Pilot to refine the governance model and prove the technology's value.
With the right-size governance model and empowerment programs established, both the Power Platform, and those who depend on it to simplify their workday, can go from surviving to thriving. This allows Citizen Developers to use Power Apps, Power Automate or Power Virtual Agents to digitize their workload themselves, within the boundaries IT designates, so that IT can focus on their pro-code and architecture initiatives.
This assessment is estimated at $25,000 based on scope of work including, but not limited to, existing inventory, training needs, and pilot support level.