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Amazon AppIntegrations Service

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Version: 2020-07-29


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Description

The Amazon AppIntegrations service enables you to configure and reuse connections to external applications. For information about how you can use external applications with Amazon Connect, see Set up pre-built integrations in the Amazon Connect Administrator Guide.

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