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This session is part of our "Showcasing Good Practice" event, providing a space for our members to share with each other the work they have done which they feel has been a particular success, and to celebrate and promote the hard work of planners in the HE sector. Each session will comprise of a presentation followed by a Q&A opportunity. Events are being held on Teams, and a joining link will be sent prior to the event once you have booked your place.
Microsoft Power Apps – revolutionising build times and bespoke data solutions
Date: Thursday 22 September, 14:00 - 15:00
Presenters: Richard Salter, Director of Analytics, King's College London
We are delighted to hear from this year’s HESPA Data Award winners, King’s College London about their work with Microsoft’s Power Apps platform, to successfully build custom apps, designed to help with current and future multifarious higher educational challenges.
Over the past six-months King’s has effectively designed, developed and implemented several Power Apps, all conceived to enhance the collection, dissemination and evaluation of a wide range of data and analytics information. Power Apps form part of the wider Power Platform suite and are currently being used in conjunction with Power BI and Power Automate, to effectively deliver substantial benefits to an array of King’s stakeholders.
The latest Power Apps developed and deployed by the team cover a range of uses including report navigation and submission, risk assessment, business modelling and process improvement. While several apps are orientated towards specific groups including Faculty Leadership Teams and Heads of Department, others offer a comprehensive range of data, designed for all staff to use. The commonalty of the apps centres on simple, intuitive navigation and the ability to support staff to easily access the information they need, on-demand, in a way that suits them and their role.
To aid users in accessing reports, role specific apps were developed bringing together tailored data menus, simplified report filtering dynamics and embedded feedback functionality. Based on the initial success, and quick build time, several additional apps are already being planned, all designed to empower staff to make data-informed decisions, ensuring King’s continues to support both of needs of our students and staff alike
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