Power Automate is one of the essential components that make up Microsoft’s Power Platform. Being a robust and built-in workflow engine, Power Automate can quickly automate workflows while securely connecting cloud-based services with on-premise data. This opens opportunities for optimization of existing data.
When Microsoft decided to shift the previous workflows in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, Power Automate became more popular as it provides its users with multiple connector APIs. These APIs enable users to connect and communicate with the disconnected applications and systems without coding. Unfortunately, not all connectors are suitable for versatile business needs in today’s world. Luckily, our infographic covers how you can create a custom connector to meet your exact business needs in just 24 easy steps!
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