Everything you need to know about the evolution of no-code

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Once upon a time, on a warm summer afternoon in a land far away — just kidding.

No-code is not a new phenomenon and the concept has existed for a long time.

However, in recent years, a concoction of ubiquitous connectivity and our proclivity for productivity has fueled the expansion of the SaaS industry like never before.

Software is eating the world — for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and folks like you and me are lovin’ it.

And this love for software, coupled with advancements in technology and a growing desire to build independent, profitable businesses, has fueled the current no-code movement (if it’s really a movement). …


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An Integromat Scenario

Growth-hacking was all the rage until it was displaced by product-led growth or PLG in recent times. At its core, PLG relies on eliminating the friction from experiencing a product and providing a superior customer experience, with a goal to reduce the time to value.

The foundation of product-led growth is a product well made.

After all, most companies begin with the idea of making a product great; very few have the foresight to build a great product that experiences explosive growth. …


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Every job requires tools to accomplish various tasks efficiently and in an error-free manner. Regardless of how knowledgeable or skilled one is, without the right tools, the output quality suffers and productivity goes for a toss.

If your content marketing team is struggling to produce the results you need to grow your business, read on to learn about the tools that can not only assist them but also make them unstoppable.

3 Experts Who Make a Great Content Team

A successful content team is a result of the right mix of people who complement each other. …


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A common problem faced by software companies is that customers are either unaware of some features or not sure how to use them. Each customer has a unique set of requirements which the product itself should be able to help fulfil.

While walkthroughs and product tours have worked well for the better part of a decade, today’s savvy customers like to get their hands dirty and try several tools before choosing the one most suited to their needs.

This is why a traditional product tour is seen as an obstruction rather than a guide; as a result, product adoption suffers and users are unable to derive the full value of a product. …


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While the help desk software domain is highly competitive, it is also one that continues to experience growing demand. Today, companies around the world acknowledge that great support is quintessential to brand loyalty and advocacy, and that customer support is not merely a function but a core feature.

That said, due to the rise of chatbots and automated assistants as well as rapid growth in the number of channels for customers to communicate with brands, customer service software companies need to constantly add and maintain new channels and features to stay relevant.

Amio’s unified messaging API helps support software companies provide more value, increase revenue and reduce costs and thereby impacts the bottom line directly — here’s…


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Group communication apps are fundamental to the way teams collaborate and communicate today. While there is no dearth of modern team communication tools, it makes sense to dive deep, analyze and choose the one that is most suited for your business before investing in one.

We analyzed the four most popular communication apps for teams so that you don’t have to.

1. Twist

Positioned as a team communication app that concentrates on clear and structured conversations, Twist marks a break from the overwhelming cacophony of its competitors. With a needle-like focus on longer-form conversations that are organized into threads, Twist ensures that information is easy to find — whether you need it today or after a decade! …


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Remote work is growing in popularity as businesses adapt to the changing needs of the workforce that demands more flexibility than ever before. While the benefits of remote work are plenty, building and managing a remote workforce while ensuring that everyone on the team is motivated and productive is nothing short of challenging.

Most collaboration tools are built on the very premise of bringing remote teams closer and making them more productive. But at the very least, it can be overwhelming to choose the right tools that deliver on that promise.

We therefore dug deep and found these 9 lesser-known tools that all remote teams must have in their repertoire to collaborate better. …


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Business Messaging comprises two broad categories — internal communication amongst an organization’s stakeholders, management, employees, contractors, vendors, etc. and external communication with existing or prospective customers. Due to the meteoric rise of tools like Slack and WhatsApp, organizations have fully embraced messaging for the purpose of internal communication. However, business messaging in the context of customer-facing communication, while no longer a novelty, is still far from being deeply embedded into every department of an organization.

Rapid adoption of Facebook’s Messenger platform has made it evident that businesses, small and big, have warmed up to the idea of communicating with prospects and customers via popular messaging channels. This has paved the way for an ecosystem of messaging platforms and complementary products and services, making it easier for businesses to develop and deploy messaging experiences. However, replacing legacy modes of communication with messaging requires a major shift in mindset throughout an organization. …


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When Facebook launched the Messenger Platform in April of 2016, The Verge stated that the bot era had officially begun. Less than 3 years later, hundreds of thousands of Messenger chatbots have been built proving that the bot era is going to be long and eventful. While Facebook Messenger quickly became the channel of choice for businesses, other popular channels include WhatsApp (limited access), Viber, Telegram, Line, and SMS. A multi-channel chatbot is one that can be deployed on multiple channels simultaneously.

Figuring out the right channels for your business

Businesses today need to be where their customers are and there is no better place than messaging apps. Facebook’s messaging ecosystem alone comprising its three chat applications — Messenger, Whatsapp and Instagram — has a collective user base of 2.6 …


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When Facebook launched the Messenger Platform in April of 2016, The Verge stated that the bot era had officially begun. Less than 3 years later, hundreds of thousands of Messenger chatbots have been built proving that the bot era is going to be long and eventful. While Facebook Messenger quickly became the channel of choice for businesses, other popular channels include WhatsApp (limited access), Viber, Telegram, Line, and SMS. A multi-channel chatbot is one that can be deployed on multiple channels simultaneously.

Businesses today need to be where their customers are and there is no better place than messaging apps. Facebook’s messaging ecosystem alone comprising its three chat applications — Messenger, Whatsapp and Instagram — has a collective user base of 2.6 …

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Arpit Choudhury

Helping folks become data-led at dataled.academy | Previously led growth at @integromat | Lover of data and APIs | Remote work evangelist

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