AI meets low-code development: A deep dive into Copilot Studio  

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July 25th
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16:00 CEST
45 min
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Overview

The future of application development is teeming with exciting possibilities with modern AI tools being linked to workflows and process automation.  

Microsoft is bringing together its AI powerhouse Copilot and the capabilities of low-code development with Copilot Studio, a platform that allows end users to extend Copilot’s capabilities and build their own custom generative AI tools specific to their needs. 

Join our upcoming webinar on July 25th to learn about the capabilities of Copilot Studio and its strategic impact on businesses. This session is perfect for IT admins, power users and business leaders who are eager to harness the power of AI to create sophisticated applications without extensive coding knowledge.  

What will you learn?

  • How to get started with Copilot Studio
  • How to build custom agents for your business needs 
  • Licensing and availability 
  • Role of governance in efficient use of Microsoft tools 

Don’t miss the chance to explore Copilot Studio and step into the future of application development. 

Your expert speakers

Don’t forget to bring your questions to our expert speakers!

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Idlir Islamaj

Idlir Islamaj is an experienced IT professional with over 10 years in the industry and extensive expertise in Microsoft technologies. Currently serving as a Senior Power Platform Consultant at Skaylink, Idlir excels in automation and enterprise solutions using the Microsoft Power Platform. He is 8 times Microsoft-certified professional and has been a Power Platform solutions architect certified expert since June 2022.

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Lee Sellen

Lee is the Product Marketing Lead at Rencore. He writes about a broad array of topics ranging from corporate, solution and product news to high-level Microsoft 365 and cloud collaboration governance topics. Lee is in charge of Rencore's research and reports unit aiming to gain new insights into how users work Microsoft 365.