The company announced the purchase of Clear Software on October 22 and is not disclosing the price paid, ZDNet reported.
Microsoft officials said they believe access to the application programming interface and knowledge of Clear Software’s back-end systems would enhance integration between the Power platform and external recording systems.
Clear Software’s products offer over 100 predefined abstractions for SAP and Oracle and can be customized for the needs of each organization.
Microsoft’s Power Platform is a low-code / no-code set of tools for “citizen developers” (non-professional programmers), which includes Power Automate, Power Apps, and Power BI.
âWe want to make it easier for customers to integrate a variety of systems when building business applications with Microsoft Power Platform,â said Stephen Siciliano, associate general manager of Power Automate in the blog post on the announcement. .
âClear Software’s integrations will make it a more seamless experience for using Power Apps and Power Automatizer to build business applications and automation on complex systems like SAP and Oracle,â added Siciliano.
Microsoft will provide details on how it intends to incorporate Clear Software’s technology into its lineup at a later date, officials said.
Clear Software, based in Zionsville, Indiana, was founded by former consultants from Deloitte and Accenture with expertise in ERP implementation.