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PROCESIO Updates: October 2021

Hi everyoneđź‘‹ Julian here from PROCESIO and in this news update I'll be sharing with you our October highlights:

  • Getting started with PROCESIO
  • API Key Authentication
  • PROCESIO SDK
  • New use cases
  • Community Updates livestream #2: October 28, 6pm EEST

Choosing the right software tool

Searching for a new software tool can easily become a complex job with so many options available out there. So how can you make a good choice from the start?

Check out the Getting Started playlist to find out if PROCESIO is the right tool for you. Some of the questions we're addressing are: what can you achieve with PROCESIO? What features are most important to know about in the first place?

API Key Authentication has arrived

You can now use an API key to access the PROCESIO API and perform a wide range of authenticated operations. You can run, add, update, and delete processes, or access process-related resources directly through the API.

Have a look at the documentation to see how it works.

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PROCESIO SDK

The PROCESIO SDK is now available! The SDK makes it easier to interact with the PROCESIO API from your application. Depending on the technology you are using we provide two ways for accessing your processes:

  • PROCESIO SDK built with TypeScript
  • PROCESIO SDK built with C#

Check out the documentation:

Link to the documentation>

Date Time, Lists, Numerical, & Strings Actions

Among other new actions we've included on the platform we have the following:

The DateTime folder contains actions that can be used while working with dates, such as: Week Number, Today, Is Weekend. You can read more about the DateTime actions here.

The Lists Action folder contains actions that can be used while working with lists. Details about actions such as: List Add, List Contains, List remove, List Sort are included here.

The Strings Action folder contains actions that can be used while working with strings. Read more about StringTrim, String To Upper, String Starts With, String Join, String NullOrEmpty here.

The Numerical Action folder contains actions that can be used while working with numbers. Learn more about operators such as Add, Subtract, Divide, Modulo operations here.

For a full overview of the features we've got planned ahead check out our roadmap.

Use cases with PROCESIO

Over the past month we've been busy working on a few use cases with PROCESIO.Here are the scenarios we've touched on:

MARKETING

  • Automate marketing emails: send newsletters or drip campaigns to your customers
  • Enrich data about new leads with information from different sources
  • Integrate data from reviews and rewards apps to automatically provide reward points or product samples for your customers
  • Upsell/ cross-sell new products or services from a database to certain contacts based on pre-defined business rules via email or SMS; raise support tickets in platforms such as Jira when information like contact details is missing

RPA

  • Orchestrate robots to perform specific tasks in business workflows; trigger and optimize the robots

Community Updates livestream #2, October 28, 6pm EEST

Join us to our next Community Updates session Thursday, October 28, at 6pm EEST. Jump in to learn more about building integrations and automation on PROCESIO.

Why attend?

  • Understand better what you can do in PROCESIO
  • Ask questions and get ideas from the community and our support team
  • Meet & connect with the PROCESIO community

Register here

Join us on Discord

PROCESIO on Discord

We've opened our community on Discord! It's a great place if you want to hang with us, share what you're building, and get updates about PROCESIO and support for your projects.

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What is PROCESIO? PROCESIO is a no/low-code platform that supports adding custom code to build workflow automation, system integrations, and to process data.

With PROCESIO you can create data models, define credentials and variables, and use APIs to integrate with other systems. PROCESIO can work as a backend on top of which you can add a frontend using our SDK and your API key. You can try out PROCESIO for yourself by opening a free account here.

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