[Partner Webinar] Coordinate crisis communications using Microsoft Teams + Power Platform

Dear Partners,


Whenever crises arise, questions inevitably come up about how to most effectively address them.  Regardless of geography or industry, a common challenge all organizations face when responding to crises, is determining how best to share real-time information and provide a platform for employees to connect. Microsoft Teams can help maintain connectivity to aid in that information sharing, even while working remotely.


Microsoft has released a free “Crisis Communication” app built with Microsoft Power Apps for any customer to download, customize, and deploy to their organization.  The app can provide users with a single portal to help ensure they are equipped with recommendations from global health authorities, topical world news, the latest information from government officials and experts, and company-specific content including relevant contacts, company news, and links to support channels.


Please join our Microsoft Specialists on Friday, 27th March at 1pm AEST  to learn more about the Crisis Communication app. Our goal is to help partners become proficient in deploying the crisis communication app for their customers. More information about this app can be found here:











About the speakers:

Lee-ann.jpgLee-ann Dias is a Business Applications specialist who is passionate about helping partners and customers transform their business using technology. A fun fact about Lee-ann is that before joining the tech industry she ran her own music school and sang part-time.





Raj Shee is a Partner Technical Architect in the Modern Workplace team, working on Custom Apps and Solutions in Microsoft Teams.  She works with partners and focuses on building solutions and capabilities with application development to do more with Teams. ”




Geneve.jpgGeneve  Estrada (not to be confused with Genevieve) is a Partner Tech Architect focusing on Teams Custom Solutions! If you want to deliver a more immersive/integrated experience with Teams, think workflow and access in the app that people use daily, I'm your guy. Excited to meet everyone and work together on something that will help us collaborate/work better amidst this crisis.


Jahan.jpgJahan Sheikh is a Partner Technical Architect for Intelligent Communications based out of Sydney Australia. Leveraging Intelligent Communications of Microsoft Teams he helps partners and customers go beyond the traditional telephony. Demonstrating the powerful capabilities of Microsoft Teams and how it can benefit their organisations by becoming the go-to platform for communication and collaboration.



Please note: If you choose​ to participate in this session using Microsoft Teams, your name, email address, phone number, and/or title may be viewable by other session participants.

Lee-ann Dias
BizApps - Partner Technical Architect, Microsoft