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SAP has introduced low-code/no-code tools and a free tier model for the SAP Cloud Platform. The  SAP Cloud Platform Extension Suite gives developers tree integrated process automation tools that address different skill levels and automation scenarios.

SAP Cloud Platform Extension Suite empowers developers to build and extend business applications, processes and innovations with clicks or code. With its latest enhancements, the suite now offers three complementary and integrated process automation tools, which address different skill levels and automation scenarios: Among these is SAP Cloud Platform Workflow Management which has gained new predefined content packages and integration with experience management applications from SAP and Qualtrics. It offers the ability to configure and automate enterprise workflows in a low-code approach. SAP Ruum enables users with no coding skills to create departmental processes in what SAP says is  “in hours instead of days and weeks.” Finally, SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation 2.0 technology is designed for those developers seeking to automate repetitive, manual tasks with software bots. It concludes prebuilt bot templates and beginning next month, SAP wiill include a limited edition of SAP Intelligent RPA in every SAP S/4HANA Cloud subscription. In addition next year, SAP will offer a free-tier model for the SAP Cloud Platform, which gives users access to learn, develop and implement integrations and extensions in one account. It removes current time restrictions and allows users to transfer projects to production without the need to rebuild content. The free cloud platform trial offering is being extended from three to 12 months.

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