Microsoft Power Apps Portals enable you to give web-based front-end experiences to your organizations external users, such as customers and partners. These responsive portals connect directly into Microsoft Dataverse database, where users can view or create data through model-driven forms, views, dashboards and more. Power Apps portals also come with authentication with LinkedIn, Facebook and other external services to give your users an easy login experience.

Imperium can help you build a customized Power Apps portal for your need with UI to match your brand, excellent user experience, integration with 3rd party systems, security permissions, and optimized performance. We have won a Microsoft award for our Power Apps portal implementations.

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Power Apps portals are great for any scenario where you want to give external users (or even internal users) access to your data through a web-based interface. Some common examples include appointment scheduling portals, support portals, and vendor portals. We use them ourselves at Imperium to provide access to customers for logging product support tickets.

Imperium's developers are experienced with coding beautiful pages that function well. We can customize the look and feel of Power Apps portals as much as needed to match your company's branding and delight your end-users.

Our team is skilled in user experience and human-centered design standards. We design flows that streamline processes and minimize user clicks. Work with us to design an ergonomic portal for your use case.

Yes, absolutely! Power Apps portals are very scalable. With enhanced page-per-view licensing, your portal will perform wonderfully. We have helped many customers with high traffic anticipation in optimizing their portal performance and guiding them with the right licensing.

An average Power Apps portal implementation takes about 3-4 weeks from analysis through deployment. For more complex scenarios, you can expect the process to take 6 weeks or longer.