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Microsoft FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect nomination—Power Automate 2024

Microsoft FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect nomination—Power Automate

The Microsoft Power Automate engineering team confers the designation FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect to practicing 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 recognize their expertise.

Why nominate

  • Recognized architects’ profiles, and the partners they work for, are listed on the FastTrack Recognized Solution Architects—Power Platform page.*

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

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

*Partners and architects may opt out of this listing.

Nomination and evaluation process

  • Partners nominate qualified solution architects using this form. The deadline is December 15.

  • A panel of solution architects from the Power Automate engineering team assesses candidates based on the architecture-related artifacts and solution quality of their 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 Automate and a minimum of five years’ experience with Microsoft products (Microsoft 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365) or robotic process automation.

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

  • Be a Microsoft Certified Power Platform Solution Architect Expert (PL-600) or Microsoft Power Automate RPA Developer

  • Be the lead architect on at least one Power Automate customer implementation project, with at least one mission-critical cloud-and-desktop flow in production within the customer’s organization.

  • Be responsible for the architecture and design of at least two customer implementation projects.

  • Be employed at a Microsoft Partner organization that has at least one Gold competency and is in the process of achieving the Intelligent Automation advanced specialization.

  • Have built solutions using Microsoft Dataverse, Microsoft Power Virtual Agents, Microsoft Power Automate (both Cloud Flows and Desktop Flows), integration with multiple systems, other Microsoft Power Platform services (AI Builder, Document handling, Process Insights etc.), Azure services, and custom connectors and can provide evidence of the depth and breadth of experience around these technologies.

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