OneBlink today announced a new connector for Microsoft Flow as part of a significant update to its OneBlink Productivity Suite. The new MS Flow connector enables eForms, Work Guides and Apps developed via OneBlink to easily integrate with more systems and services than ever before.

The available integrations include all Microsoft products and hundreds of other products and services. The entire list is available at

With a 10 year background serving enterprise level customers across both the corporate and government sectors, OneBlink understand that integration with ‘systems of record’ is fundamental to optimising everyday work activities via mobile and allied technologies.

OneBlink now provides a full range of integration options for its customers - from the ability to build/host/manage custom APIs and web services, to easy ‘out of the box’ connectors like MS Flow, to implementing more advanced 3rd party API management platforms.

The new Microsoft Flow connector comes in the same system update as Active Directory integration, allowing users to login to apps using their existing AD credentials, and ‘out of the box’ IoT integration, linking OneBlink forms/guides to Spotto’s unique things management system.

When asked about the recent update, OneBlink’s CEO Darren Besgrove says "We are excited to release our OneBlink MS Flow connector, which adds more data integration and process automation options for OneBlink customers. Through MS Flow, we are enabling any business user to easily create approval workflows and/or connections into multiple data endpoints.” Besgrove continues “this initiative talks directly to our continued focus to empower business users within enterprises to help ‘bust the app backlog’ by priming their V1 apps themselves, safe in the knowledge that their IT teams can support and extend those apps when required.”

To learn how to enable the OneBlink MS Flow connector, click here

About OneBlink
OneBlink has recently rebranded from BlinkMobile. A 100% Australian owned company with a 13-year history in innovative mobile solutions connecting with corporate systems.

OneBlink is both a developer of software tools, and a provider hosted managed services that de-risk and accelerate the development of custom mobile and app-style solutions.

The change of name to OneBlink signified the most significant evolution in the company’s history. OneBlink is now uniquely positioned as a single collaborative app development environment that spans the entire organisation – equally serving the varied needs of business users and inhouse or outsourced IT resources.

From our base in Gosford in NSW, our focused team of software developers and cloud operations specialists support a number of SI Partners and direct clients across Australia and New Zealand.

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