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What is a technology stack?

The technology stack, also called “data ecosystem” or “technology stack”, represents the development ecosystem of a software or computer program. It includes a set of elements such as tools, databases and services used by developers to develop and deploy applications.

While this may sound simple, a “tech stack” as it is more commonly called by developers, is an essential component of any company that wants to be innovative. The wise use of a tech stack allows an organization to fill in some of the gaps in its technological environment. 


How to choose the right platforms for your needs?

First of all, it is essential to perform a thorough analysis of your technological gaps and strengths before making any decision. When we talk about background analysis, this includes your internal administrative needs as well as those stemming from the business imperatives of your customers. Indeed, not all platforms offer the same technological values depending on their offer or service.

Then, by targeting your priority needs, our experts at Faction A will be able to draw up an architecture of the next steps to be taken based on the portrait of your organization and its needs. Our specialists can help you automate and optimize many of your processes and solve many of your business problems using intuitive technological tools from Microsoft’s “Power Platform”.

But, what is the “Power Platform”? As mentioned in one of our recent articles: “The Power Platform is Microsoft’s programming platform. It allows for low-code development, which makes it particularly interesting. The platform assists organizations in their transformation into innovative businesses. It makes it easier and faster to develop and deploy operational applications.”


The benefits of the Microsoft technology platform.

The Microsoft Power Platform is your best ally when it comes to improving your organization’s technological processes. In fact, the solutions developed with the Power Platform by our experts can have positive effects for all of your company’s business units, such as marketing, finance, production, distribution, human resources and sales.

Some examples of concrete benefits of using the Microsoft Power Platform: 

  • Eliminate a large number of EXCEL spreadsheets as data sources in your analytical environments;
  • Increase management productivity in these environments;
  • Reduce operational costs and delivery times;
  • Reduce repetitive tasks;
  • Secure applications according to best practices in the cloud implementation environment;
  • Maximize your investments with other Microsoft platforms through seamless integration.


The choice of your technology stack will be based on an analysis of your real needs and the gaps that your company currently faces on a daily basis. It will also be important to establish the needs and expectations of your clientele regarding the quality of service offered on your application that we will develop with the Power Platform.