With the power of the internet and software, non-technical employees should now be able to create apps to solve their problems. We are not the first to believe this. Many proponents of the no-code movement subscribe to a similar view.
But there currently isn’t a single tool that allow teams to document, assign, track, and automate their unique processes in a simple, yet comprehensive way.
There are tools out there that help you automate workflows, but not all work can be fully automated. Most work still—and we believe this will be the case for a long time—requires human involvement. So what do companies do today for things that feel mechanical and repetitive, but which can’t be automated because they require human involvement?
We believe these apps that people create, take the form of a checklist. Checklists have been traditionally used to document and go through repeatable tasks. The world wide web is no different. We are going to turn today’s checklist makers into tomorrow’s enterprise app builders.
Judah Rabinowitz, Chief Data Officer at Waltham Clinic
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