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Power Automate Licenses

Power Automate Licenses

If you're looking to harness the full potential of Power Automate, understanding the various license plans is crucial. In this article, we explore the license plans available for Power Automate, from the free plan all the way up to the higher-end plans, so that you can choose the right fit for your needs and budget.

There are several Power Automate license plans, including the free plan that allows for basic process automation. The per-user plan is ideal for individual users with moderate automation needs, while the per-flow plan is suited for organizations with a higher demand for automation processes. The per-user with attended RPA plan is designed for organizations that need automation of repetitive tasks that require human input, while the unattended RPA plan is ideal for organizations looking for full automation of end-to-end processes.

Each license plan offers different levels of features and capabilities, and it's essential to understand the differences to ensure you choose the right plan for your business requirements. This article provides a detailed overview of each license plan to help you make an informed decision when selecting a Power Automate license.

So whether you're a small business owner or part of a large organization, this article equips you with the knowledge to make an informed decision when selecting a Power Automate license.

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