SharePoint Designer Workflows migration to Power automate and Power apps

About the client:

Sunflower was formed in 1957 by six distribution cooperatives serving in western Kansas. They created a company based on the cooperative business model that could provide wholesale generation and transmission services. They could have chosen other business models, but they did not.

As distribution cooperatives, they understood the importance of the 7 cooperative principles of being member-owned and governed and of creating a company that focuses not on profit but on the best interest of Kansans and their way of life.

Business Requirements:

With Microsoft's recently ended support for SharePoint 2010, Sunflower decided to migrate to another platform, especially when no news instances are allowed to run in SharePoint Online.

Other challenges were Microsoft's plan to stop SharePoint 2013 designer workflows in SharePoint online and adopt Microsoft Power Platform over Nintex Online.

Read about Jade Global's Deployment Approach for minimum downtime that overcame multiple complexities, moving business-critical workflows within the expected timeline.