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Microsoft brings new process mining features to Power Automate – TechCrunch

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Power Automate is Microsoft's platform for streamlining repetitive workflows -- you may remember it under its original name: Microsoft Flow. The market for these robotic process automation (RPA) tools is hot right now, so it's no surprise that Microsoft, too, is doubling down on its platform. Only a few months ago, the team launched Power Automate Desktop, based on its acquisition of Softomotive, which helps users automate workflows in legacy desktop-based applications, for example. After a short time in preview, Power Automate Desktop is now generally available. The real news today, though, is that the team is also launching a new tool, the Process Advisor, which is now in preview as part of the Power Automate platform.


Introduction To Power Automate Desktop

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Earlier Microsoft Power Automate has cloud flows but with Power Automate Desktop it included desktop automation capability along with capability to automate legacy applications. Power Automate Desktop Installation: In this lecture we will learn how to install Power Automation desktop step by step. Else condition and then we will learn about how to use loops in Power Automate Desktop. New Excel with User Input & PDF Automation: In this lecture we will learn few more excel automation with user input along with that how to automate PDF documents. How to monitor flows along with that we will learn about the use of process advisor and how to use process advisor step by step.


Microsoft acquires Clear Software to improve connectivity with SAP, Oracle

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Microsoft has acquired Clear Software, a provider of integration and business-process products with an emphasis on SAP and Oracle connectivity. Microsoft announced the Clear Software purchase on October 22 and is not disclosing the price paid. Microsoft officials said they believe Clear Software's API access and back-end systems knowledge will strengthen the integration between the Power Platform and outside systems of record. Clear Software's products offer more than 100 pre-built abstractions for SAP and Oracle and can be customized for each organization's needs. Microsoft's Power Platform is a set of low-code/no-code tools for "citizen developers" (non-professional programmers) which includes Power Automate, Power Apps and Power BI. "We want to make it easier for customers to integrate a variety of systems when they build business applications with Microsoft Power Platform. The Clear Software integrations will make it a more seamless experience to use Power Apps and Power Automate to build business applications and automations over complex systems like SAP and Oracle," said Stephen Siciliano, Partner General Manager of Power Automate, in the blog post about the announcement.


How Microsoft plans to improve the low-code landscape

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Taking on the challenges head-on that stand in the way of their low-code platforms growing, Microsoft's series of new product announcements this week at Build 2022 gives organizations new options for achieving low-code development goals. Microsoft's series of low-code announcements made this week include Power Pages, the latest Microsoft Power Platform addition for creating integrated, scalable and secure websites. Lured by the promises of democratizing app development with visual, declarative, drag and drop interfaces often bundled with enterprise-wide platforms like Microsoft, Salesforce, ServiceNow and others, enterprises have been quick to jump in and experiment. They're learning that support for a low-code platform can get expensive fast once app development moves from small department coding projects to larger-scale, enterprise-wide apps. Low-code platforms' hidden costs include limited process workflow support that further adds to the challenge of scaling them enterprise-wide.


How IoT Helps Automate a Power Plant

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IoT is shaping up the modern and smarter power plant for the energy industry. FREMONT, CA: Fourth industrial revolution is here. Technology is constantly evolving, bringing with it a large array of numerous and lucrative opportunities to make the business world more proactive and success driven. Most of the industries, such as agriculture, retail, manufacturing, and many more already know the brilliance and the efficacy of the technology of the internet of things (IoT). And now, the goodness of IoT has hit the screens of the energy industry as well.