Webisode #2: The plan
You must start somewhere. Funko’s product development team, known as “The Shire,” volunteers to be the guinea pig. Sue Hanley leads the team on a fact-finding mission, and plans emerge to build a hub site, team site and a PowerApp with Flow. Will their “dreaded wiki” survive the makeover?
Webisode #3: Empower the citizens
Citizen developers, empower the citizens. PowerApps and Flow wizard, Laura Rogers, begins work on a solution to help Funko more efficiently move its products through shipping. Ben Niaulin lays the groundwork for building a team site for The Shire – with a few change management shifts in their “how.”
About SharePoint Swoop
Join three superhero Microsoft MVPs as they swoop into the fantastical world of Funko, a worldwide purveyor of all things pop culture. Things are POP!ing up in Everett, WA, and the intrepid Funko IT department is fighting to keep up with the company’s rapid growth. They need to refine collaboration, enhance communication and set things in motion to automate. The MVPs have just three days to help. Can they do it?
Funko is a leading pop culture consumer products company. Funko designs, sources and distributes licensed pop culture products across multiple categories, including vinyl figures, action toys, plush, apparel, housewares and accessories for consumers who seek tangible ways to connect with their favorite pop culture brands and characters.
Read the SharePoint Swoop companion blog that has more behind-the-scenes detail:
SharePoint Swoop – the intranet makeover show (via Microsoft Tech Community)