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Claris Connect offers new third-party app integrations and features

Claris International Inc. — a wholly owned Apple subsidiary and specialist in low-code development of intelligent apps — has expanded its workflow orchestration and intelligent automation platform Claris Connect with new connectors—third-party app integrations—and enhanced capabilities to continue powering remote work.

Launched in March, Claris Connect delivers a variety of low-code, hybrid cloud and on-premise deployments, as well as project management features that augment rapid digital transformation and ensure a future-proof business model, according to Peter Nelson, vice president of Engineering, Claris. He says this is what’s new in Claris Connect:

  • Apps and services: Share and manage work on any device with new connectors including Google Workspace, HubSpot, MonkeyLearn, UPS, Shopify, and Smartsheet.

  • Email approvers: For increased flexibility, add and manage secondary approvers for workflows that require human approval.

  • Data transformation: Save time by quickly converting text strings to JSON format with the new JSON utility.

  • Advance flow control: Iterate through a list of items like email contacts, Claris FileMaker record IDs, and more with a new Repeat step.

Nelson says that Claris will continue to add more connectors that enable workers to access the most important tools that make remote work possible. New customers can try a 15-day free trial of the program and tiered pricing starts at US$19.99 per month up to $249 per month to accommodate business needs and budgets.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.