If you ask the most powerful business leaders what they dread the most about, there’s one clear answer. Vulnerability.
Vulnerability in the product, tech, security, investment, or market strategies. But the most important is the combination of talent, time, and tech.
And the best way of losing three of them together is by coding an application that is not for your core business.
It is an established fact that software development can be complex and costly, and not everything within the enterprise is mission-critical. Not all of your applications are critical and sometimes a simple software is enough to enable a team or function to become more productive and deliver more value and businesses have realized that they can’t build everything themselves.
That is exactly where no-code comes into the picture. No-code platforms have pre-built drag-and-drop elements or variables that you can define and model-driven logic to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional computer programming that helps non-technical business users build an application, coded for reuse and scale.
Webflow is every designer’s horcrux. Designers have been craving the ability to design and build responsive sites fast, as good as their prototype with absolute creative control and without touching code. And, designers absolutely love Webflow for the elimination of code.
A major misconception with no code applications is that they are only for simple apps. This is not the case. In a rapidly evolving technological age, no-code application builders have become extremely sophisticated to support rich functionality in all apps, in order to meet business demands. It is now possible to build many end-to-end enterprise applications using a no-code platform.
What happens when you want to run a sales contest for your sales team based on geography, their age in the company, the product that you want them to sell, and their past sales record to ensure targets are logically broken down and with a differential weightage for each parameter?
Well, let me tell you. Program administrators, usually a part of the HR team, try to configure this on a combination of Excel for the numbers and a word document for the instructions or reach out to the tech team to develop this in-house where they invariably lose a month since this is non-core activity.
Cut to a month later and nobody, absolutely nobody knows what the actual figures are. Only because they were told to fight a war with play swords.
Compass is built to solve just this. Compass is a no-code software that program administrators can use to build complex incentive programs with building blocks by defining variables and logic and Compass will take care of the rest. The best part, you don’t even have to roll it out over Whatsapp or email where it fizzles out quickly or share the results on 100s of WhatsApp groups. Compass becomes your single channel for communication, both for the programs and the results.
At Compass, our only mission is to help the sales fraternity sell, meaningfully.
My team and I would be delighted to take you through a demo of what we've built and how we can automate and gamify your incentive programs. Schedule a demo or leave your email id below and we'll schedule it for you! Look forward to hearing from you.