Why you should embrace no-code application development to create custom enterprise apps for SAP

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Osvaldo Sousa – CEO of Kianda

No-code development is here to accelerate SAP application development.

In this modern era, every company is a software company. It’s almost impossible to achieve your business objectives without a collection of enterprise tools to support internal functions.

As a result, many business use SAP. A platform for enterprise resource planning (ERP) to facilitate effective data processing and information flow across organisations.

However, it can be costly. Both in time and money to work with some of the SAP assets and make changes quickly and efficiently. Because of their complexity, SAP business workflows can be a little challenging to comprehend, extract the most value from data and improve process efficiency.

Thus, many businesses either solely rely on their IT department. Or, outsource third party vendors which can be time-consuming and expensive.

Fortunately, no-code application development has come to the rescue. It brings IT and the business together, facilitating rapid implementations without the need to outsource or with limited resources.

No-code application platforms fill the gap between IT and business. They empower the business user to create SAP business enterprise apps. As well, they deliver better SAP experience effortlessly, and ultimately become the citizen developers.

Furthermore, the business can now focus on solving other pressing issues rather than struggle with non-agile enterprise apps development timelines.

According to the Gartner’s The Future of Apps Must Include Citizen Development report , “Business units increasingly control their own application development efforts, of which citizen development will play a crucial role in the future of apps. By 2023, the number of active citizen developers at large enterprises will be at least four times the number of professional developers.

What Is A No-code Platform?

No-code platforms such as Kianda provide an agile way to build enterprise software through methods of using prebuilt functions, controls via a drag and drop interface, without the need for prior coding knowledge.

Instead of creating your layout from scratch with code, you typically drag and drop application components, connect to predefined actions and connect to your data sources and therefore create an app. With no-code, users don’t need any traditional programming knowledge to build an app successfully.

They closely resemble low-code development platforms as they are both designed to ease the application development process. Both have increased in popularity in recent times. Mainly, due to an increase in mobile workforce and scarce availability of resources and software developers.

Nocode apps with native capability to connect to SAP, make building SAP enterprise apps possible without the need for expensive outsourced labour. Reduced maintenance, reduced risk on your SAP infrastructure, reduced pressure on the IT department, just pure productivity and hopefully some fun.

Companies can, thus, save money and time using no-code platforms to create custom SAP enterprise apps inhouse. This way, users can easily access data stored in SAP and other business-critical systems. In turn, promoting rapid and better business decisions.

No code platforms are supposed to help you make all the enterprise apps that you can think for. A skill previously reserved for software developers.

Additionally, they generally have features that allow for testing, experimenting, prototyping and deployment.

How Does a No-code Platform Work?

When developing software, programmers typically create lines of code to build the functionality and capabilities required of a given app. This process requires the developers to have an in-depth knowledge of programming.

No code platforms take care of the intricate coding work and instead provide users with visuals they can efficiently use. Using drag and drop features (that are lines of the code), anyone with an idea can create powerful enterprise apps to create the desired business workflow.

No-code Vs. Low-code. What Is the Difference?

There is a common misconception that these two are interchangeable terms. Many analysts even consider no-code part of the low-code market. Both stem from earlier Rapid Application Development (RAD) tools such as Excel and Microsoft Access that enabled business users to execute various development tasks.

However, these tools required users to have a comprehensive understanding of the organisation’s apps and their development environment to create enterprise apps successfully. They both come with functional limitations and lack of ability to create modern user interfaces.

On the other hand, no code and low-code tools are easy to use and require no real understanding of software development in general. They are flexible in a way that you can create end-to-end business processes deployed in modern user interfaces.

Nevertheless, when you go searching for these two in the market, you will find that there is a distinct difference. While no-code platforms address industry-specific functions, low-code platforms require some assistance from in-house developers. That is, to make the needed changes.

In other words, no-code platforms target knowledge workers, business analysts with little or no coding experience. While low-code solutions require some level of coding knowledge.

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Therefore; no-code platforms are best for SAP enterprise apps. They are typically used to manage the creation of business enterprise apps that run critical processes in the organisation.

With a no-code platform that is flexibile you can manage the creation of bespoke enterprise apps that are critical and complex processes in the organisation.

A flexible no-code platform ideally should offer a drag and drop interface and allow non-developers to create applications. Also, it should integrate with the business databases to qualify as a no-code development platform.

What are the Benefits of Using No-code Solutions for SAP Business Process Automation?

SAP is powerful but it is complex. Custom business applications built for SAP can help enterprises navigate the complexity to get the most out of their SAP data. However, programming to build custom SAP workflows is expensive and time-consuming. That is, for both IT and business.

No-code platforms can be the right solution. They make it possible to simplify and extend SAP functions cost-effectively.

They aim to empower non-technical users to build fully functional applications and automate their SAP enterprise apps to run the business like a pro.

With no-code development you can look forward to your organisation meeting the rapid state of digital transformation demands with optimised SAP business process automation.

Increased SAP User Adoption

No-code SAP apps increase user adoption by providing modern and intuitive user experience. Simply removing the complexities that make SAP challenging to use.

This enables users to work with data that may be stored in SAP without having to go into SAP and navigate through several screens.

Increased productivity and efficiency

Since no-code platforms are needed, building SAP enterprise apps is much faster. Furthermore, the IT department isn’t stuck with tasks from every other department. In which, gives them time to address more crucial matters at hand.

Benefits of no-code solutions for SAP

What previously used to take forever to implement can now be implemented in a matter of hours or minutes.

No code solutions also promote transparency and cross-team collaboration between business leaders and IT teams. As anyone without coding experience can follow and understand what is happening in real-time, nothing gets lost in translation. Business analysts, SAP functional consultants and engineers alike can get involved in the SAP app development process.

Cost-effective

Developing apps from scratch can be expensive. Long gone are the days when business used to look for a skilled team of developers to kickstart an automation workflow for the organisation. Today, you can opt for no-code platforms for your SAP business process automation.

Easy to integrate and change

The main problem with traditional hand-coding is its rigidity. Changing or editing a code is a little complicated and can’t be done immediately. With no-code, integrations are pretty handy, and changes are ready in a matter of minutes without the need of SAP re-deployment.

Furthermore, they are easy to use, have zero complications and compatible with almost every type of device-perfect for leveraging your SAP investment in an efficient and cost-effective way.

Better business agility

An important feature with no-coding workflow platforms is that most development is possible via a drag and drop interface. With no-code solutions, it’s no longer just about coding. But, more about the automated process that significantly saves on time by getting you started with your workflow.

As there are many no-code automation platforms in the market, it can be difficult for companies to know where to start. Below are factors to consider when choosing a no-code software vendor to accelerate and streamline your SAP application development.

What to Look for When Choosing A No-code Software Vendor for SAP Application Development

Ease of use

No-code platforms should be effortless for a non-specialist to use. Complex solutions beat the whole purpose of opting for no-code platforms for SAP business process automation.

Cost

Building a new application from scratch can be both cumbersome and expensive. Besides, you may need to outsource exorbitant-priced programmers to help out every time.

Therefore, while opting for a no-code solution for your business SAP application development, you should choose cost effective solutions. That said, it never hurts to consider those offering a free demo or trial.

Or a Proof of Concept can go a long way when it comes to making the right decision. This way, you don’t have to make an outright purchase.

Security

You might be thinking no-code / low-code platforms accelerate delivery of enterprise apps, but are they secure?

More and more enterprises are adopting no-code / low-code development products. And, relying on them for managing their applications that hold sensitive corporate and customer data.

It is important to choose a platform that has security is in its core. In fact, no-code platforms can be more secure than those built with more traditional programming methods. No-code or low-code vendor you pick should take on major responsibilities for securing their platform.

Also, they should give enough flexibility when it comes to internal user security access levels as well. When integrating with third party systems, you must have the ability to stay within the security parameters established by each system. You should also be able to build applications with auditing and tracking capabilities. Simply, to ensure all data movement conforms to governance protocols.

Pre-built templates

Templates significantly increase productivity. Platforms with pre-built templates are a plus as they serve as a starting point for SAP enterprise apps creation and development.

Third-party integrations

Make sure the solution supports creating complex workflows that span multiple departments, systems, data sources and processes.

Third-party integration capability allows the product to cope and adapt to the continually changing landscape of software solutions. Hence, opt for no-code vendors that support third-party integration. Not only for SAP but also other IT systems you use for application development.

Cloud or On-premise deployment

In this technological age, it makes more sense for tech solutions to be cloud-based. In addition to giving you an added security, cloud deployment speeds up things like a breeze.

However your organisation might have restrictions and certain rules when it comes to recruiting third party systems. A no-code platform that has capability of running on cloud or on-premise will give you the flexibility you need.

Choosing the right no-code platform for self-service SAP enterprise apps creation is no easy task. It involves good level of searching, trial and errors to arrive at the perfect option.

Kianda no-code development platform is one of the choices you can make to build robust and budget-friendly SAP enterprise apps to take your business a notch higher.

Talk to us today discover@kianda.com and learn how we can help you to streamline your SAP application development!

Osvaldo Sousa

About Author:
Osvaldo Sousa  No-code digital process automation expert with almost two decades of experience in information technologies. He is the CEO/Co-founder of Kianda Technologies.

Kianda makes digitalisation easier for people, approachable for companies

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Our COO, Derya Sousa was interviewed by RTE (Radio Television of Ireland) for the Boost My Business feature, showcasing Kianda’s easier approach to digitalisation. Kianda no-code platform helps companies from all over the world to implement digitalisation smoothly. And, without limitations. Moreover, Kianda has played a key role in how many companies adapted to the pandemic. And how those businesses have minimized the impacts of COVID-19.


Digitalisation is ever-growing

More and more companies are undergoing digital transformation in order to improve business operations. However, digitalisation can be a complex process without adequate resources or the correct tools. 

Much of the business process automation platforms out there require some level of coding knowledge. Meaning, only a software developer or somebody with significant coding experience can build and implement a digital system. With that, business users might have to wait months or even years for a new system to be introduced. And in some cases, the digital system may even fail or work improperly

Because of this, digitalisation can be seen as tricky. But, it doesn’t have to be. Kianda no-code platform was built to bridge the gap in the business process automation industry. To make digitalisation easier.

Derya says:

“We had seen the struggle companies go through when it comes to implementing new technologies or new business systems. So, we said there has to be a better way. Not just for ourselves as developers. But, also so people who are not technical could be more hands on in the digitalisation journeys of companies.” 

And that is why Kianda was founded. So that, business users without technical knowledge or coding experience can build and implement new systems. Most importantly, to undergo digitalisation without any barriers. 

As a no-code business process automation platform, Kianda significantly reduces the time it takes to build and implement a new digital system. As well as that, it allows you to deploy rapid digital solutions. That is, much faster than before. 

Digitalisation has been a growing trend for a number of years. However, it became a considerably important need in the last few months. Most notably, digital transformation has been a crucial element in a bid to tackle COVID-19. More specifically, in tackling the challenges businesses have faced and are still facing as a result.


Adapting to the pandemic

Like most businesses, Kianda have faced some issues throughout the duration of COVID-19. Due to uncertainty, many businesses are hesitant to begin digitalisation. This is potentially due to factors relative to the cost of digitalisation. 

Digitalisation is an investment.

Digitalisation requires additional costs, but the benefits are substantially rewarding. A great deal of organisations who have adopted business process automation have realized the advantages and benefits derived. Hence why more companies have sparked an interest and are moving forward with digitalisation.

Simply put, companies are increasingly becoming more interested in digital transformation.

Our team primarily concentrated on providing premium support to our current customers in the early days of the pandemic. More importantly, to help our clients address and overcome challenges. Particularly those related to coronavirus. That is, with the use of Kianda’s no-code business process automation platform.

“Our platform helps businesses to adapt to pandemics or to big changes that might be happening in the market. It helps companies adapt to their operations in a fast and agile way,” says Derya.

Read the full article here.

SharePoint Workflows: 2010 Workflows are being retired – Are you prepared for this?

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SharePoint Workflows

Have you been using SharePoint Workflows? Then, you must have heard by now that SharePoint 2010 Workflows are being retired.

This has been part of discussions for a while now. Microsoft has officially confirmed in early July 2020 that SharePoint Online 2010 workflows are being retired by 1st November 2020.

Couple of questions that comes to any IT Managers’ mind who is using SharePoint workflows:

What does this mean for me and my organisation?

Am I prepared for this; do I have a back-up plan to migrate from SharePoint Workflows?

So, what is actually happening with SharePoint Workflows?

Starting November 1st 2020, Microsoft will remove the ability to create or run SharePoint 2010 workflows from existing Office 365 tenants using SharePoint Online.

As part of the evolution of the Microsoft 365 service, Microsoft concluded that for SharePoint 2010 workflows, Microsoft 365 customers would be better served by modern workflow automation solutions.

Following this, SharePoint 2010 workflows have already been retired since August 1st, 2020 for new tenants. Along with that, SharePoint workflows will be removed from existing tenants by November 1st, 2020.

If your SharePoint Online site is currently using 2010 workflows anywhere, those SharePoint workflows will no longer work after November 1st.

And it doesn’t end here. Furthermore, Microsoft has indicated that SharePoint 2013 workflows will also be switched off for new Office 365 tenants. That is, from November 2020. With that, they mentioned that SharePoint 2013 workflows will follow a similar retirement path in the future.

So, if you’re going to migrate your SharePoint workflows, it would be smart to include 2013 workflows as well in your migration project.

What’s a SharePoint workflow anyway?

A SharePoint workflow is a pre-configured application that streamlines a business process. SharePoint workflows can range from collecting signatures, feedback and approvals for a document. Or, a request to tracking the current status of a routine procedure.

Overall, they are automated flows of requests through a sequence of steps that require actions or tasks from individuals. Simply, to manage a business process.

In a nutshell, workflows take care of things related to people, systems and processes. More clearly, they take care of things behind the scenes. Therefore, making your work easier and giving you time to focus on more valuable tasks.

Some of the out-of-the-box workflows that will be impacted:

  • Approval workflows: This workflow is to send an item or a specific document for approval.
  • Three-state: This workflow lets you track progress to track a high volume of issues or items, such as support issues, or project tasks.
  • Collect Feedback: This workflow is to send a document or an item to people for feedback.
  • Collect Signatures: This workflow routes a document to people to collect their signatures.

What should I do now to migrate my SharePoint workflows?

If you have been using SharePoint workflows for your business processes, there’s a couple of paths you can take.

I will focus on two of them here.

1- Migrate to Power Automate

There is Microsoft Power Automate available to you and it connects to most of the Microsoft 365 services. Subsequently, allowing you build enterprise custom workflows.

However, Microsoft Power Automate does not come as “flexible” as you might think.

It is a good solution and comes as “low-code” option for software developers to create workflow solutions with it. Power Apps borrows from app development paradigm which can be quite confusing for non-developers.

As said, you will still need to invest in software developers or expert partners. That is, to make these workflows fully reflect your unique business requirements.

If you are looking to implement end-to-end business processes you will face limitations.

For instance, you will need user licenses for multiple platforms to build end-to-end solutions. Licenses such as Power Apps, Power BI and Flow so you can you can fully leverage Power Automate.

As a result, you will incur additional costs and further integration work to make the system fully function for you.

2- Use a modern workflow automation platform to replace SharePoint workflows (like the one Kianda offers)

Second option you have, is to use a modern workflow automation platform for migrating from SharePoint workflows.

More clearly, a platform that can seamlessly integrate with SharePoint. Precisely a platform that empowers non-developers such as business users, knowledge workers to take the lead and create intuitive workflows within hours (not days or months). Connecting to your SharePoint data, 0365 users and your currently analytical systems.

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Benefits of workflow automation

Workflow automation platform such as the one Kianda offers, is a standalone system. Meaning, the system does not require SharePoint or other Microsoft tools for it to operate. But, most importantly it can integrate seamlessly to most of the Microsoft systems.

In doing so, your cost will be based on licensing of a single platform. As well, the time your internal staff will spend on creating these workflows and successfully migrating from SharePoint workflows.

As a result, while migrating your legacy SharePoint Workflows into a modern workflow automation platform, you will also increase productivity and reduce your costs.

And let’s face it. There is not enough IT talent available. So, why not leverage your current staff who can actually be part of your IT projects such as this one.

Business users can actively create complex workflow automation solutions for your business without writing a single line of code.

Why not talk to an expert in workflow automation?

If you are looking to migrate your SharePoint workflows you can talk to our experts to discuss what options you have.

At Kianda we help business users technical or non-technical to create enterprise technology. Simply, by providing them easy-to-use no-code platform to create intuitive workflows.

Above all, Kianda seamlessly integrates with SharePoint and many other IT systems such as SAP, O365, Oracle, SQL server, File systems and more.

Talk to us today discover@kianda.com and learn how we can help you with your SharePoint Workflow migration!

Osvaldo SousaAbout Author:
Osvaldo Sousa – Enterprise collaboration and Digital process automation expert with almost two decades of experience in information technologies. He is the CEO/Co-founder of Kianda Technologies.

Automating processes – why is it so difficult?

Business Process Automation Explained (with examples)

Automating processes – why is it so difficult?

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Automating processes, the practice of introducing innovation through technology in an organisation is never straightforward. Many people claim that they love the idea of maximum productivity and efficiency. However, they may be worried that their role will be undermined and could even be made redundant.

This article explores four main reasons why automating processes can be problematic. It also addresses ways that you can manage the change of automating processes, smoothly and fairly.


1- Automating processes: Introducing Change and Managing Change

The main reason for the majority of the issues delaying business process automation initiatives can be down to one simple word, ‘change’. Reason being, change comes with a lot of heavy lifting.

The success of any introduction of automating processes is directly related to the company’s capacity to empathise with employees’ concerns. And, to plan and manage the change, which is usually classed as ‘complex’.

Many experts believe that despite its capacity for innovation and evolution, human nature is hardwired to resist unfamiliar and potentially threatening change. And this includes automating processes in an organisation.

You might be tempted to think staff are reluctant to embrace the challenge of learning new skills because of the increased workload. But, this is actually rarely the case.

It is because as humans, we are anxious about anything where the end destination is unknown. However, the good news is that it is relatively easy to reassure concerned staff. Particularly, about the likely impact of automating processes within a business.

Understanding the threat of complex change is key to success. This is because automating processes involves significant change. This affects not just the physical structure of the organisation. But, the socioeconomic and psychological factors that determine your operation.

Moreover, wise digital leaders understand that change associated with business process automation is personal, emotional and operational.

Employees at companies with fewer than 100 staff are almost three times more likely to say their business digital transformation was a success. That is, in comparison to employees at companies with more than 50,000 employees.

Digital leaders should try to avoid forcing change in a heavy-handed way

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Instead, encourage your employees to embrace the complex change. For instance, explain the benefits of business process automation.

Therefore, explain that automating processes will inevitably involve extra training, monitoring, management and updates. However, explain that the extra effort that comes with automating processes will be a worthwhile investment.

Above all, it is key to involve all stakeholders in the process of implementing a new system. Specially, from the beginning of the journey.

For instance, users can become easily overwhelmed by the many uses automation can take to optimise their day-to-day workflows. And because of this, users are unsure on exactly where that they should start when it comes to automating processes.

The best response is to simply compile a list of time-consuming routine tasks. As well as end-to-end workflows that are not working well in which need streamlining.

Simply, identify which processes promise immediate success if they are automated. Not only does this save you time for valuable resources. But, you can also use a practical example to show the advantages of automating processes.

For example, the advantages of automating processes in a supply chain are evidently supported by the rapid economic growth. That is, in the supply chain industry over the last few decades.

The journey to automating processes can be somewhat rocky for some companies, but it doesn’t have to be. Effective planning and approaches to change management are crucial in achieving success in your next business process automation project.

In fact, digitally mature companies are 23% more profitable than their less digitally sophisticated peers.


2- Solutions available for automating processes are designed for developers

Although there are many low code solutions in the market, they still require a substantial amount of programming. Namely, to enable automation of end to end complex business processes.

Many examples in the business sector reveal a gap between those who define which processes to automate and those who implement and programme these processes in software.

It is this gap that has divided business and IT for the past 50 years. In the opinion of many industry experts, removing this rift is the most significant potential benefit of no-code solutions.

On the other side there isn’t enough IT talent out there to meet the ever-growing digital transformation demands. Business users, knowledge workers have to wait months or years to implement new systems.

Bridging the gap to automating processes successfully

To close this gap, no-code business process automation solutions should be used. Moreover, solutions that automate processes without the need for software programming. We are at a time where the marketplace is filled with misleading claims about no-code, low-code, and easy-code digital solutions.

Hence, we must understand why no-code is a good viable option. More clearly, a better option for automating processes.

In the age of digital change, a lot has been written about automating processes and business process automation. Although every company approaches things a little differently, there are several general factors to keep in mind.

Especially when it comes to implementing improvements quickly and efficiently. And more importantly, achieving the intended results and end-goals.

After all, the digitisation and automation of business operations should not be an end in itself. Or an attempt to follow a current trend. It should make daily life more comfortable and achieve competitive advantages.

For IT professionals, no-code solutions allow them to focus on defining processes and workflows and optimising them easier and faster. Thanks to – among other things – to real-time monitoring.


3- The need for flexible business process automation solutions

Solutions available out there for automating process are usually not flexible enough to adapt to each business’ unique requirements.

Companies rather than adapting software to their need, they are adapting their needs to what software can offer.

Firstly, there are numerous off-the-shelf solutions from which to choose. Inevitably, the software platform you choose will depend on your specific requirements.

Most people choose a platform that is capable of solving the majority of their problems. So, if you need to keep track of business opportunities, a CRM system could be the best option. If you would like a package that manages the entire company, including forecasting, an ERP system might fit better.

The problem with either of these choices is that they are designed to address generic issues faced by many businesses. Therefore they don’t necessarily address your specific requirements. In practice, this means that as well as the licence fee, you’ll probably need to spend a considerable amount of costs for maintenance.

That is, on consulting from the provider to adapt their software to your needs. And there is still a strong chance that you’ll even need other spreadsheets and systems..

However, if you need a bespoke solution you will need a flexible business process automation platform. One that addresses the gaps between people, systems and processes, removing all manual tasks.

A flexible business process automation system is an investment of time and money

investment-automating-processesThere are significant benefits to having your business processes created for you in-house. Still, to get the optimal results; you will need to spend a certain amount of time and money to make it work.

With a no-code business process automation platform like Kianda , business users, knowledge workers can automate processes without limitations.

In other words, users with or without programming skills can do most of the heavy lifting. Additionally, they can work closely with the business and IT teams to ensure the business process workflow works for your business. Especially at the start of the project.

This will involve not only the leadership of the company, but other vital stakeholders too.

The benefits of a flexible business process automation system

The main benefits of a flexible business process automation system are improved efficiency and in-house control.

A custom piece of software configured with your exact needs streamlines workflows. Meaning, processes simplify, issues resolve, and departments connect. Information flows freely between teams. And management get the birds-eye view they need to make vital decisions via customizable dashboards.


4- Employees are terrified that automating processes will lead to redundancies

People are afraid and think they will lose their jobs due to automating processes. But this is far from the case. In essence people can skill up by using low-code or no-code automation technologies.

According to a recent Demos survey, 35% of Britons feel their job is at risk from artificial intelligence and business process automation.

Digitalisation is on the rise in response to the current pandemic. Hence why easy to use business process automation platforms are becoming more and more attractive.

Another point is the worries many employees have about their workplace when they hear the phrase business process automation. While optimising numerous tasks through increased automation can justify downsizing, most companies take advantage of business process automation to get projects done faster, promising quicker ROI. They gain additional productivity by releasing employees from tedious routine tasks.

Automating processes can be particularly useful in sectors like manufacturing, where workers carry out strenuous labour. Machines can reduce the load, alleviating physical strain. Simply, by performing routine tasks, freeing employees to do more skilled and interesting work.

56% of CEOs claim that digital transformation has increased profits.

This does not mean that there’s not a prominent place for business automation in less strenuous roles. That is, from employee onboarding to company spending requests. Subsequently allowing employees to spend their time more effectively. Businesses need to emphasise that this doesn’t mean employees are redundant – instead, they will be required for more fulfilling and challenging tasks.


Looking forward…

89% of businesses have plans to adopt a digital-first business strategy.

Rather than feeling that machines are being installed to take over their jobs, employees can see business process automation as an additional benefit. Solely because, automating processes enable daily tasks to run more smoothly and quickly.

Let your team know that the future of work isn’t one where robots are coming to replace them. Albeit, one where technology will be on hand to help and work alongside people.

Would you like to see how Kianda business process automation platform can help you begin automating processes?

Request your live demo today!


Derya SousaAuthor: Derya Sousa COO of Kianda Technologies 
Holding vast experience working closely with companies to operate paperless, delivering custom business applications rapidly with no-code digital process automation platform Kianda.

Kianda is a business process automation platform that allows companies to digitalise and streamline their processes with easily built online forms and workflows.

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