BOSTON – May 25, 2021 – Quickbase, the leading no-code platform for operational agility, today announced a new series of updates to its platform designed to give businesses greater visibility into their operational workflows and on-premises systems, and flexible licensing that makes it easy to gather and share insights with stakeholders inside and outside your organization. This latest collection of innovations highlights Quickbase’s mission to help organizations free the potential of their people, systems and information to outpace change.
Organizations are racing to keep up with the pace of change after a time of disruption. As business and IT teams work to strengthen their partnership, safe access to information across systems and teams has become a bottleneck. With this wave of innovation, Quickbase hopes to clear the path for these teams to work together and build operational agility in their organizations.
Free Insights Across Systems and Teams
Brand-new dashboard capabilities and reporting tools allow for teams to uncover insights and analyze data that spans systems and teams across the organization. In addition to uncovering insights, new modern table reports allow for a better experience interacting with data that can be quickly and easily summarized. Finally, new integration connectors including Google Workspace, Microsoft Teams and Twilio to name a few, allow for seamless connectivity across an organization's technology ecosystem without writing a line of code.
Access Data From On-Premises Systems
Building on its recently expanded cloud offerings, Quickbase now directly supports hybrid cloud computing through access to data residing in a customer's private cloud instance or on-premises systems. This new on-premises capability allows organizations to gain insights from data no matter where it lives.
Flexible, Usage-Based Licensing
Quickbase is introducing a flexible new platform licensing model that accommodates deploying Quickbase broadly across an enterprise and cost-effectively extending to external customers and partners. This new licensing model helps companies uncover and share potentially hidden and latent insights across teams within your company and across your value chain.
“Moving ahead in the pandemic economy means ditching the old way things are done and adapting to new operational playbooks,” said Jay Jamison, chief product & technology officer, Quickbase. “If organizations want to better adapt to seismic shifts in the business landscape, and unlock the potential within their own teams and existing systems, they need the ability to adopt digital transformation and innovation quicker than ever before. This series of product innovations will enable organizations to get the clearest insights into keeping pace with constant change.”
Investing in Top Talent
Over the last year, Quickbase has heavily invested in its product innovation team, including two new strategic leadership hires, Jon Kennedy, vice president of engineering who was previously at Amazon Web Services, and Ryan Duguid, vice president of product management, with more than 20 years of experience working at companies like Microsoft and Nintex. Additionally, under the leadership of Jay Jamison, chief product and technology officer, Quickbase has grown its product and engineering team by more than 40% in 2020, and has plans to increase the team by an additional 50% throughout 2021.
To learn more about the Quickbase platform and how it integrates with previous updates, visit the product overview section on the Quickbase website.
Quickbase provides a no-code operational agility platform that enables organizations to improve operations through real time insights and automation across complex processes and disparate systems. Our goal is to help companies achieve operational agility – to be more responsive to customers, more engaging to employees and as adaptable as possible to what’s next. Quickbase helps nearly 6,000 customers, including over 80 percent of the Fortune 50. Visit quickbase.com to learn more.