Think Dataverse has clinched the low-code/no-code title? Let’s toss in a dollop of truth:

by Jun 28, 2023

Think Dataverse has clinched the low-code/no-code title? Let’s toss in a dollop of truth:

Picturing a scenario with more than just rudimentary business rules…

Envision sparking a Power Automate flow or kicking off a Custom Page from a mere button…

Can you imagine quickly adding a straightforward wizard guiding a task…

Good progress, but the journey isn’t over. We’ve got a few more strides to take.

What do you think?

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