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Power Automate in Business Central: Approval Workflows and More!

February 20, 2024 | 12 pm CT / 1 pm ET

Originally introduced to Business Central in 2019, Power Automate helps streamline business processes in your ERP system that otherwise require human interaction.  It’s visible on nearly every page within Business Central, but, like many other elements of Business Central, many users don’t know how to use it because they were never shown how.  

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*This course is eligible for CPE credits. 

This is your opportunity to learn how you can streamline some of your processes in Business Central using instant and automated Power Automate flows, some of which don’t even require you to leave Business Central!  

The goal of this presentation is to show you how easy it is to start optimizing your own business processes in Business Central.  While you may not walk away from this webinar as an expert, I’m confident you will be able to understand the process enough that you can start creating simple flows on your own with ease.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the different types of Power Automate flows available in Business Central
  • Understand the Approval User Setup in Business Central as it relates to Power Automate Approval Workflows
  • Understand the components to a Power Automate Approval Workflow and be able to create one independently

 

About the Presenter

Galen Norman

Galen Norman

Galen comes to Innovia with a background in project management in warehouse racking and material handling installation. As a project manager, he utilized Dynamics NAV for purchasing, revenue management, and trend recognition. His experience using NAV—and later Business Central—and other accounting tools and reports as a project manager led him to pursue an accounting degree. He looks forward to using his accounting education, project management experience, and positive attitude to achieve success as an application consultant. Prior to his experience in project management, Galen spent eight years in corrections, probation, and parole, and that experience fostered an unstoppable work ethic and passion for helping others.