Creating Communities – A case study for contract management

English Introductory Integration

Case study of a contract management Team where Flow creates contracts documents from SharePoint data with ease and PowerApps AI Builder scans in signed contracts directly from Teams. Team announcements and Flow reminders complete the contract lifecycle.


Sharon Sumner MVP

Microsoft Business Applications MVP, Community Speaker, Evangelist, Cambridge (UK) Power Platform User Group Leader

Speaker for Power Platform focusing on Power Apps and Power Automate. SharePoint Business Applications domain expertise for over 20 years. Leader of the Power Platform User Group in Cambridge, UK... devoted to community events and collaboration. Keynote speaker for Power Platform World tour in Dublin and regular Power Apps conference speaker globally. Power Automate community Blog contributor as well as my own

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