Copilot is Microsoft’s AI-powered virtual assistant, revolutionising how work gets done. By tapping into your organisational knowledge and data, it can redefine authoring in SharePoint, streamline app development and workflow automation in Power Platform and improve the customer and employee experience through Dynamics 365.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly evolving and becoming a key part of business operations. McKinsey & Company’s research showed a shift in the technological landscape. In 2022, organisations were using an average of 3.8 AI capabilities, double the 1.9 used in 2020. This means staying ahead of the curve by leveraging AI capabilities is now a necessity.
It can blend human expertise and AI, offering intelligent and context-aware recommendations. Microsoft’s WorkLab study found 88% of respondents believe that AI and automation foster better teamwork and 54% reported improved problem-solving.
You can utilise Copilot in numerous ways, from achieving your business goals faster and improving strategic performance to boosting everyday efficiency and productivity.
Copilot is set to enter public preview in November 2023, with general availability planned for March 2024. In this article, we look at how to prepare your organisation for new AI features and functionality across the Microsoft product suite.