Power Automate Connectors from Alemba and Lasso X

Power Automate Connectors from Alemba and Lasso X

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Alemba ITSM

If you need to manage your IT service management processes, the new Alemba ITSM connector for Power Automate might be a consideration to streamline your work. To use or build workflows with this connector requires an Alemba Service Manager analyst account.

The connector can create, read, and update all applications systems management (ASM) records including incidents, requests, knowledge articles and configuration management database (CMDB) items.

Alemba Service Manager actions include:

  • Create a new entity.
  • Update an existing entity.
  • Interact with existing entity, or
  • Search for an entity using advanced querying.

As an added plus, this connector can register an event trigger.

This connector looks like it provides very similar functionality available through Dataverse, so from an outsider perspective it’s hard to see this as a choice for flows if you aren’t already an Alemba customer.

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars.

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Lasso X

From Denmark comes Lasso X connector. If you are a business researcher, marketer, financial lender or someone who needs to know the particulars about Danish or Greenlandic limited companies, this connector offers automation to help you gather and make sense of the information. To use it requires a paid subscription to Lasso X to enable you to get your API key.

With the API key, you’ll be able to access information about the people, companies, and production units in the Danish CVR Registry.

In case you’re not familiar, the Danish CVR Registry contains details including fiscal reports, management info, beneficial owners, and the status of its over 800,000 companies. The Lasso X connector’s four possible actions let you: get information about a company or person, obtain its latest financial report, or get the info about a production unit.

We’ll look forward to seeing triggers added in future iterations of this connector as its potential for its specific use seems unlimited.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Three stars for now.

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Kimberly Kratz
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