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Microsoft FastTrack Recognised Solution Architect nomination – Power Apps 2022

Microsoft FastTrack Recognised Solution Architect nomination – Power Apps

The Microsoft Power Apps engineering team confers the designation FastTrack Recognised Solution Architect to practising enterprise solution architects who consistently exhibit deep architecture expertise and create high-quality solutions for customers. They typically work for systems integrator partners, who may nominate solution architects to recognise their expertise.

Why nominate

  • Recognised architects’ profiles, and the partners they work for, are listed on the Microsoft Power Platform websites1

  • Partners may indicate the number of recognised architects they have in their promotional materials and may direct prospective customers to the recognised architect profile page.

  • Recognised architects get an e-badge to share on LinkedIn and other social media platforms.

  • Recognised architects get a special mention in the annual Microsoft Business Applications Summit keynote.

1Partners and architects may opt out of this listing.

Nomination and evaluation process

  • Partners nominate qualified solution architects using this form. The deadline is December 30.

  • A panel of solution architects from the Power Apps engineering team assesses candidates based on the architecture-related artifacts and solution quality of the candidate’s projects.

  • Candidates are assessed on their:

    • Depth of technical capability and current product knowledge.
    • Adherence to recommended best practices.
    • Degree of complexity associated with the customer implementation.
    • Quality of architecture design and fit for the customer’s needs.

  • The evaluation process takes 8–12 weeks. Candidates are notified of the decision via email, along with next steps for accepted architects.

Eligibility requirements

Candidates must:

  • Have a minimum of two years’ experience with Power Apps and a minimum of five years’ experience with Microsoft products (Microsoft 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365).

  • Have a minimum of three years’ experience as a solution architect.

  • Be a Microsoft Certified Power Apps Solution Architect (PL-600).

  • Be the lead architect on at least one customer implementation project and have at least five apps in production or a sizable usage (at least 1,000 users) within the customer’s organisation, preferably Power CAT–managed customers.

  • Be responsible for the architecture and design of at least two customer implementation projects, preferably Power CAT–managed customers.

  • Be employed in an organisation that has at least one Gold Cloud competency  (Platform, Business Applications, or Productivity) and that is in the process of attaining the Low-Code Application Development advanced specialisation.

  • Have built solutions using Microsoft Dataverse, Power Apps, integration with multiple systems, other Power Platform services, Azure services, custom connectors, or Power Apps component framework.

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