"Makers" design custom-made taskflows that consist of tasks strung together by conditions with the aim of achieving a goal. Conditions influence and control the flow from one task to the next.
Example taskflows: request for leave, ask for a quote from movers, interactive storybook and manage the crowdsourcing translation of a book. The permutations are limitless considering the combinations of Makers, their unique taskflow apps and the niche markets they service.
Team leaders design taskflow apps to automate "shadow business processes" for their teams. Entrepreneurs design and resell taskflow apps to solve needs within niche markets. Small business owners design taskflow apps to convert to e-business processes and become more competitive.
Disposable software: taskflow apps are quick to create, therefore you can design solutions for temporary events and discard them afterwards.
Adaptive taskflows: design complex and non-linear taskflows.
Advanced taskflows without programming: drag-and-drop tasks into a flow, set their properties and conditions to control its flow and then run the taskflows.
Invite team members: add teams and invite people to use your taskflow app.
Business-in-a-box: create unique taskflow apps and sell them to niche markets at prices you set.
Design-as-you-go: as processes and needs evolve, you can extend and modify taskflows as you go.
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Yes, the Maker has full control over organizations and teams, how they are structured and who has access to which. Access to tasks and taskflows can be fine-tuned using custom roles.
Yes, our detailed "how-to" guides, videos and growing list of taskflow recipes make it easy to get started with Kotive and we offer in-app customer support.
Yes it does.
Entrepreneurs, Software developers, Designers, Business analysts, Marketing agents, Managers, IT specialists & Small business owners.
The Maker creates custom taskflow apps, invites team members to join and use it. Alternatively the Maker runs it as a SaaS business and resells their taskflow apps to customers in a niche market.
Kotive is web-based.