No code platform Kintone now integrates with Microsoft Flow
|Richard Harris in Low Code No Code Thursday, December 13, 2018|
The integration of no code platform, Kintone, with Microsoft Flow aims to allow users to incorporate data from key applications, such as Office 365 Outlook, Twitter and DocuSign.
The ability to incorporate data from key applications, such as Office 365 Outlook, Twitter and DocuSign, is critical to providing a secure, centralized repository of information that can be used to equip teams to respond more quickly to business issues through enterprise-wide collaboration.
To help, Kintone, the provider of a no-code application development platform used to quickly connect, organize, and visualize workflows, has just announced integration with Microsoft Flow, a service that helps businesses create automated workflows between their favorite applications to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more.
No code platform CEO weighs in
Dave Landa, CEO, Kintone recently said: “Our new support for Microsoft Flow opens up a lot of new doors for us, and our customers. The Kintone Connector for Microsoft Flow empowers non- developers to help their teams work more cohesively by creating workflows across popular services. The ability for Microsoft Flow to connect cloud and on-premises data is a real game changer. Adding this connector to our platform provides our customers with additional ability for data-rich applications, and in the end, less siloed information.”
The Kintone Connector for Microsoft Flow is available now with a paid Microsoft Flow plan. An Office 365 subscription is required in order to access the connectors.
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