DRIVE INNOVATION AT PACE BY BUILDING LOW-CODE APPS WITH MICROSOFT POWER APPS
We’ve been working with Bury council to help them to quickly and easily coordinate requests for support and volunteering in the community in response to the Covid-19 crisis. We worked with the Council to build a mobile-friendly application using the Microsoft Power Platform which works by pulling together data on individuals who are considered to be vulnerable, from a range of sources and formats, along with a request service.
To see the app in action, watch the video.
We’ve built an application on the Power Platform that enables frontline healthcare staff to quickly determine current PPE stock levels, log supply shortages and issues and request help from a local council. To see the app in action, watch the demo.
Access Microsoft Power Apps free for 6 months
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Microsoft has made the Power platform free for organisations on the front line of providing Covid-19 services. Using Power Apps you can now deploy critical apps in hours to help you automate crisis communication templates or help to manage beds, equipment, patients and more.
ANS’ Solution Architect, Adrian Woodrup presents a demonstration of an application he built in just 3 days which informs NHS Trusts whether staff are well and working, self-isolating or on annual leave to help management identify areas where more doctors and nurses are needed enabling them to address staffing issues fast.
Download our Vulnerability App data sheet
Read this data sheet to find out how we have utilised the Microsoft Power Platform to build a solution that helps get food and medicine to vulnerable and at-risk people during the Covid-19 crisis. The application enables people to call into a helpline or log a request for help via an online form that triages food or medical delivery tasks to volunteers in their area. .
Ensuring the health and mental wellbeing of NHS staff during this critical time is essential. In response to this, ANS’ Solutions Architect Adrian Woodrup has built a Power App to help NHS Trusts to better assist and monitor staff wellbeing. The app enables call centre operatives to offer appropriate advice and if issues are identified, automatically trigger a triage process to get assistance and support to the staff member in need, as soon as possible.
Discover how the Power Platform can be used to ensure universities have the digital capabilities to assess levels of student engagement and respond to any arising student issues during the Covid-19 crisis. During the on-demand webinar, you will learn how to leverage the Power Platform to understand which students have virtually attended lectures which will then automate a workflow to determine if a reduced attendance rate is linked to mental wellbeing issues, financial worries or accommodation problems.