Srinath Pega

Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Business Applications | Microsoft Dynamics 365 & Power Platform Solution Architect & Techno-Functional Consultant | Business Applications Developer | The Dynamics 365 Guy πŸ„ | Azure | Azure DevOps Addict πŸš€ | Microsoft Power Platform | YouTuber | Blogger | Speaker | TravelleπŸ›«

Lifelong Learner

This is my little corner of the Internet, where I talk about Dynamics 365, Power Platform & Azure, Azure DevOps and more!

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Maina Mwangi

Product OwnerD365 Customer Engagement at Deere & Company

Srinath worked with Maina in the same Group

Srinath is Transparent, Confident and Authentic. A highly skilled D365 365CRM and Power platform technical developer and architect that also understand the sales and marketing business functions.

In the past 2 years of working with Srinath, he helped us transform and grow our D365CRM products while keeping us updated on the new upcoming D365 CRM release(s). He’s an advocate and a champion of only deploying supported and secure solution(s).If it’s not supported, it should not be in a solution!

His deep passion in D365CRM solutions can be seen through his training videos and sessions available online to educate, develop and train users in D365CRM communities. #D365 CRM deep learning, with a focus of delivering innovative solutions, building strong teams and achieving business results.

Maina Mwangi

Venkata Subbarao Polisetty

Microsft MVP | C# Corner MVP | MCT | Community Lead at D365 Champs | Dynamics and Azure Lead /Architect| Dynamics 365 CE | Power Platform | Speaker | Blogger

Venkata Subbarao worked with Srinath but at different companies

Srinath is an SME in D365 CRM components and Azure integrations as well as in DevOps. Any technical blockers will be unblocked by him in short time as he is such a tech savvy ,he will address them right away. For few complex implementations he did a phenomenal role in technical and architectural implementation.

Venkata Subbarao Polisetty[MCT]

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Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #4: First Power Automate Desktop Flow

Introduction Automation has changed the aspects of the business today. In addition, the opportunity of applying robotic automation in business processes has been gaining more attention as they challenge in a digital world, which requires faultless operations. With RPA Robotic Process Automation. In this blog will see the creation of the first Power Automate Desktop … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #4: First Power Automate Desktop Flow

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #3: Register System

Introduction In this Blog will see the register system to Power Automate for Desktop with the Power Automate Environment. In the previous blog, we have seen the installation of the Power Automate for Desktop (PAD) https://srinathpega.com/2022/08/10/robotic-process-automationrpa-2-install-power-automate-for-desktop-application/ Register System Steps: Open the Power Automate for Desktop App in the system. 2. Click on settings on the … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #3: Register System

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #2: Install Power Automate For Desktop Application

Introduction In this blog will see the installation of Power Automate for Desktop Application to the system. In the previous blog, we have seen the Power Automate Envirnmont creation: https://srinathpega.com/2022/08/09/robotic-process-automationrpa-1-setup-environment/ Power Automate for desktop prerequisites & limitations Power Automate for Desktop Installation steps Go to https://make.powerautomate.com/. Click on My flows. 3. Click on Install and … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #2: Install Power Automate For Desktop Application

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #1: Setup Environment

Introduction Desktop flows broaden the existing robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities in Power Automate and enable you to automate all repetitive desktop processes. It allows you to automate both legacy applications, such as terminal emulators, modern web and desktop applications, Excel files, and folders. Interact with the machine using application UI elements, images, or coordinates.Β  … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #1: Setup Environment

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