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vk96
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Power Automate BPF for multi-user process

Hello everHyone,

I'm new to applying power automate, so apologies if I am missing obvious insights.

 

I am looking at typical business process management flow where one user provides data on a new project. This process then moves to the next user from another user role to review and add their piece of information such as Financial Accounting Capex number and finally a third user from yet another user role to review and approve the creation of the project. 

 

Is this something that can be achieved using Power Automate Business Process Flow? 

 

Many thanks for your kind response. 

 

VK

 

 

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carl1to
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Hi VK

I would say this is exactly what BPF is supposed to be used for. I tried BPF in a model-driven in a similar 'workflow-managment' scenario where a data-item moves from stage to stage where at each stage a person with a specific role has to do some task and deliver the data.

 

For your scenario the stages in the BPF would be like: 'init', 'accounting', 'final review'.

You could hard-code the users responsible for each stage or you could let it be set by the process itself. You can then attach a cloud-flow that is triggeret by the BPF-related table to notify each person when they recieve a new item.

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