Age Scotland, a leading charity, identified Microsoft’s Power Platform as a technology solution that they wanted to roll out across the business. The team were looking for support on the best way to do this and engaged Bridgeall. To help with this process, we delivered our Power Apps and Power Automate Quickstart package to help develop a framework for success and get the team delivering solutions.
Our client Whyte & Mackay required a solution to simplify and manage their customer onboarding process. To help manage this process, Bridgeall delivered a Power Platform and Office 365 based approach to rapidly deliver a solution. This was achieved using Power Apps to create a centralised solution and automating business process steps with Power Automate.
Our client Whyte & Mackay required a solution to manage their New Product Innovation process. Bridgeall delivered a Power Platform and Office 365 based approach to rapidly deliver a solution for the team. This was achieved using Power Apps to create a centralised solution and automating business process steps with Power Automate.
Utilising the potential of Microsoft Power Platform for building sophisticated, integrated business solutions quickly, easily and at significantly reduced costs, the Bridgeall development team successfully delivered a robust customer onboarding and new product solution for W&M. By modernising and automating key business processes, the solution delivered immediate cost savings and productivity improvements by reducing repetitive manual tasks.
One of the largest social landlords in Scotland, Link Group is a group of award-winning social enterprise companies serving over 15,000 customers.
As part of an on-going relationship with Link, supporting the Group on its journey to becoming a Modern Intelligent Workplace, Bridgeall delivered a new Risk Assessment solution using Power Apps. The new solution delivered cost and productivity improvements by streamlining the process of raising actions, reviewing and approving Risk assessments before they are finally published for use.
Consequently, Risk Assessments are now worked through to an approved state producing a final Risk Assessment document for organisation-wide use.