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Flows launches app marketplace on no-code automation platform

Flows has today launched its new ‘App marketplace feature’, hitting a new milestone for the no-code innovation platform. The new rapid, no-code integration layer will enable its partners to easily self-integrate any 3rd party or API they want to use.

In addition, the app exchange will also allow 3rd parties to integrate directly with Flows so that they can become part of the wider flows ecosystem.

This will not only allow them to customise to their specifications within Flows, which will enhance their capabilities and offering to their partners, but will also act as a marketing tool by allowing new customers to discover their App, solution or service.

Flows, an agnostic, innovation platform allows businesses to build workflows without code, enabling them to supercharge delivery and time to market and orchestrate multiple systems from the one place, while reducing operational and development costs.

Flows app marketplace is currently being rolled out to existing partners first before opening up to the wider industry. Anyone (existing or new partners) who would like to have their app added are invited to get in touch directly with [email protected].

Andrew Doublesin, CPO of Flows, said: “We have been working hard behind the scenes over the past few months on the App exchange and are excited to bring it to launch.”

“At Flows, we understand that businesses depend on the daily use of multiple disconnected apps, data streams and APIs to manage everything, and noticed the gap in the market for this capability.”

“It makes us proud to be the first within the industry to offer our partners the ability to integrate and connect all the apps their business needs to use on a daily basis in one place, allowing them to automate more processes and be more efficient, without having to write any code.”

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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