We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works.
~ Douglas Adams
Software has often been touted as the promised land, the panacea for all that ails businesses. But for far too long, our choices have been limited to bloated, expensive products or software developers who are expensive at best and unreliable at worst.
Fancy software with loads of features seem attractive on paper but are usually complex, and require significant effort in training and change management. They lock you in for years at a time because of the high cost of switching. In fact, some companies use complexity as a competitive moat.
Reliable, independent developers who are cost effective and agile are hard to find. And not everyone can afford to build an inhouse team.
The No Code movement has the potential to change all of that. By making technology accessible to non-tech entrepreneurs and creators, it has reduced the time, effort and complexity associated with creating software. Almost anybody can build their own website or create an app today.
Smplr is a product of the No Code movement. We believe in the transformative power of technology and the need to democratize it. In other words, we want to remove the barriers that prevent you from taking advantage of software and building enabling tools for your business.
There has never been a time when this is more relevant. Managing your business was complex as it was. Staying organized, managing data, driving employee productivity and communicating with customers was always challenging. The COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated the chaos, making it harder to stay focused and get things done.
Smplr offers a workspace and productivity solution that is very easy to set-up, and can be customized for most functions and use cases. With our large repository of templates, you even get a running start.
We have a simple and intuitive user interface and are trying hard to keep it that way. So that spending time and effort in getting your workforce trained is the least of your concerns. And so that you can focus on the stuff that matters.
Life is not complex. We are complex. Life is simple, and the simple thing is the right thing.
~ Oscar Wilde