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Team Member Spotlight: Ryan Kenna

Corterra is delighted to spotlight team member, Ryan Kenna. Ryan is a Lead Developer on the Corterra team, functioning in both functional and technical capacities. Ryan obtained a bachelor's degree in Statistics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Upon graduation, he joined the Corterra team as a Developer. Without a deep background in computer science, business analysis, or development,…

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Team Member Spotlight

Team Member Spotlight: Mike Matook

The Corterra team is pleased to spotlight team member Mike Matook. Currently, Mike Matook functions as an Infrastructure Lead. He leads a variety of platform and infrastructure projects. Notably, he is currently leading and supporting the technology infrastructure for an on-premises deployment of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations in a co-location for the U.S. division of a government contractor. Mike…

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Dynamics 365, Model Driven Apps

Power Automate Quick Tip: Where’s my flow?

Power Automate Flow Missing from Model-Driven Power App / Dynamics 365 Power Automate can quickly solve problems, automate tedious tasks, and ensure compliance in procedures. Corterra utilizes Power Automate for an Expense solution to upload employee expenses. This is a simple flow that takes a file and stores it in SharePoint. While a simple solution, it is relied upon by…

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Corterra is Microsoft Certified

As a Microsoft Gold partner, Corterra is certified in Microsoft technologies. Congratulations to our team members who recently attained certifications! Application Daniel MiddendorfDynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer AssociateSyed VastyDynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer AssociateMike RisherMicrosoft 365 Certified: Developer AssociateChester DanielsMicrosoft 365 Certified: Developer Associate Platform and Infrastructure Mike MatookMicrosoft 365 Certified: Modern Desktop Administrator AssociateJohn LucitoMicrosoft…

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Power Apps, Power BI, Power Platform

Microsoft Power Fx: What is it and Why does it matter?

At the 2021 Microsoft Ignite virtual event, Microsoft announced a new language for the Power Platform called Power Fx. What is Power Fx? Microsoft Power Fx is the low code language for expressing logic across the Microsoft Power Platform.  It is the same language that is at the heart of Microsoft Power Apps canvas apps today and is inspired by Microsoft Excel.   It enables…

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Team Member Spotlight

Team Member Spotlight: Jacob Brindle

Today, the Corterra team is excited to spotlight Corterra team member Jacob Brindle. Currently, Jacob functions as a Solution Architect. He is leading a multi-site United States implementation of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. Jacob graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Biochemistry. Upon graduation, Jacob joined the Corterra team in the fall of 2015. Once joining…

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Cybersecurity, Power BI

Quick Tip: Power BI Certified Custom Visuals

Power BI supports the use of custom visuals to extend its capabilities. Developed by Microsoft, partners, and others, custom visuals provide enhanced functionality to solve both common and novel analytic challenges. After a custom visual is developed, it is consumed internally or uploaded to AppSource to allow the world to use. Many developers offer their custom visuals for free on…

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Microsoft Teams

Quick Tip: Teams Viewing Modes

Ever been in a Teams meeting where the content was a bit too small when someone shared their screen? Wouldn't it be nice if there was an alternative viewing mode to make it full screen? There is an option for this! Problem As many of us continue to work remotely in this new normal, Microsoft Teams is being used more…

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