Deploy Microsoft Power Apps with Confidence

At a lower implementation cost with JourneyTEAM's exclusive Sherpa Program

Join us for the SHERPA Kick-off.
January 12, 2022

You know Power Apps is an amazing low code/no code tool to build great solutions for your organization. You have the team that can build it, but how do you get started?


JourneyTEAM’s SHERPA Program leverages a proven delivery methodology in a group setting with a reduced price.



Core Program Cost

$9,500 per App

1 App focus per engagement. Multiple Apps are possible for increased costs.



IS THIS ELITE & LOW-COST PROGRAM RIGHT FOR YOU? 


  • You are responsible for building apps and rolling them out to your company or segments of your company

  • You are part of an established organization of qualifying size

  • You are ready to build an app with Microsoft Power Apps

  • You are prepared to dedicate 5 weeks to learn, build and implement the app

  • You are looking for the benefits of a group-learning setting


*To ensure the best experience for every organization, we only allow those who qualify.



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Client Owned, JourneyTEAM ​Directed Implementations


ABOUT THE POWER APPS SHERPA PROGRAM


  • 5-Week Program

  • 9 Workshops – Group classes from Art of the Possible down to Adoption & Planning

  • Access to Senior Consultants for advice, direction, questions and issues. (5 total sessions, 2-hours per week)

  • 4 1:1 Sessions (90 minutes each)

  • Community Access – Access to Community Team to share ideas, resolve issues and gain feedback from workshop colleagues

  • Managed Services – Ability to join our Managed services offering program for ongoing support and assistance as needed.



Read more:  What is the JourneyTEAM Sherpa Program?


LET'S TALK ABOUT THE POWER APPS SHERPA PROGRAM


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