How Does Kissflow Fit Into All This?
As a no-code development platform, Kissflow uses RAD methodology to keep the app development process as fast as possible. Here are some of the ways that Kissflow employs the rapid application development framework and methodology in the platform.
Drag-and-Drop Design and Development
With Kissflow, there are no hours of poring over complicated code. All you need to do to create an app is drag and drop the elements that you need for your application—and you’re done!
Integration With Other Apps
If you’re already using other apps in your workplace, Kissflow will integrate seamlessly with those apps. This means that there’s no need to transfer data manually. There’s no headache regarding compatibility. Just plug it in, and you’re good to go.
Before you create your own app, you can visually draw the workflow and logic through the visual modeling feature in Kissflow. This lets you see the flow of logic and roles before the app is even created, allowing you to see if there are any loopholes or bugs that should be fixed before you actually start developing the app.
User Management and Roles
You can assign roles and responsibilities to each and every user, with permissions so that every person only has the data that they need access to—nothing more. This prevents data abuse and enforces security.
Reporting and Monitoring
With built-in reporting and monitoring tools, you can analyze and create reports on app performance. You can see if the app you created is working as intended and if there are any changes that need to be made.
Using a rapid application development framework to create your app not only makes development a lot easier, but it’s a much faster way to go about it. You’re not burdening yourself with pages of documentation. Kissflow's Rapid Application Development Platform provides the same thing for business process management.
You can create your workflows instantly, without the need for code and long testing sessions—you’ll spend less time developing, and more time actually getting work done.