We own another company - Riktam. As our company grew in size from a handful of people to 60+ employees, we needed a number of IT databases (e.g. employees master database) and other small IT applications to run our operations smoothly. Earlier we spent months and thousands of dollars in building these applications. But stumbled upon an insight that most of these applications share a pattern.
Tigersheet is based on the insight that most business apps (say, leave tracker, timesheet, issue tracker, bug tracker, etc) required in an organization are built using a handful of common building blocks.
These areData records: Ability to add, view, edit, delete records. Notifications: Ability to set certain notifications (e.g when a bug is assigned to you or when your leave is marked as approved you should get an email notification)
Sharing with Access Control: Ability to share with people and give them the right permissions (e.g you can create a 'leave request' but only HR can mark it as approved. Or say you can view everybody's leave applications but can view only your own timesheet entries.)Reports, Slice and Dice Data: Ability to search, filter, group, generate reports.
With these building blocks in place ... You can mix and match to build a variety of business apps in literally fraction of time and cost.
Organizations spend tons of money and time in building custom software to manage their business. If done right, a solution like tigersheet can help them immensely.
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