Kissflow challenges giants like Microsoft in the $50mn low-code market with Its Unified Work Platform
Spokesperson : Suresh Sambandam
Outlining how the current, fragmented approach to work software hinders the success of digital initiatives, Suresh Sambandam, CEO, Kissflow said, “The multitude of siloed work management tools has created a complex, disjointed digital ecosystem. A holistic digital transformation is impossible without an inclusive approach where business experts and IT teams can co-create.”
“With our new unified platform, we’re enabling Middle East enterprises to move away from this disconnected, tactical approach to productivity, and instead embrace a radically simple and effective IT paradigm that delivers an inclusive and unified experience to all enterprise users,” Sambandam added.
Kissflow’s new work platform consolidates capabilities for app development, process management, task management, case management, data management, integrations, analytics, and collaboration. It makes these easily consumable to end-users, teams, team managers, process experts, citizen developers and IT developers through the intuitive low-code, no-code model. This aligns with the company’s mission of democratising app development in the region to address the present and intensifying shortage of technical talent.
“Even as IT workloads skyrocket, the needs of over 500 million business users is being served by a pool of just 26 million developers. It is a concerning disparity that threatens to cripple digital transformation initiatives,” said Sambandam. “Low-code/no-code is the obvious solution as it enables business users to take control of their digital needs while IT leaders can continue providing a secure and scalable platform for digital growth. With 500 million business users becoming citizen developers, this will be the game-changer that will drive the future of work.”