Pulpstream Introduces Zero Coding Platform that Empowers Employees at the Edge of the Enterprise

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Native Mobile and Web-based Offering Lets Enterprises Create and Deploy Digitized Work Streams Within Minutes or Days

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“Pulpstream is the most powerful mobile BPM platform for digitizing workflows. Our customers are turning raw paper-based tasks into digitized work streams that flow from our cloud to your devices,” stated Pankaj Malviya, Pulpstream’s CEO.

TechCrunch Disrupt Conference, Pulpstream formally unveiled its new zero coding, mobile business process platform. The native app platform’s friendly graphical design tool lets business users streamline workflows and deploy them to remote workers within minutes or days. Aimed at enterprise companies, Pulpstream’s platform is designed specifically for distributed workforces. Pulpstream will be demoing its platform today, Monday, September 12th in TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Alley hub.

Mobile-centric, distributed workforces account for approximately 35% of the global workforce. Despite the availability of the internet and mobile, remote workers often complete complex transactions using inefficient tools such as pen and paper, forms completion, scanning, PDFs, spreadsheets, and email.

Businesses across industries from biotech to staffing depend on remote workers in the field to perform critical work such as Incident Management, to Field Reporting, Worker’s Compensation, Injury Reporting, Site Audits, Inspections and more. Streamlined workflows are crucial to optimizing productivity rates.

With the average enterprise having 700 desktop and web applications, CIOs are challenged with how to transition traditional software quickly and economically for today’s mobile-centric, distributed workforces.

Many organizations and businesses use Salesforce.com and need workforce automation apps that can run in the field, both online and offline. Pulpstream was designed to integrate out-of-the-box with Salesforce.com’s data, as well as with DocuSign and EchoSign, in order to support customer-centric business processes, such as deal approvals, customer service, customer on-boarding and more.

Companies using Pulpstream’s platform will benefit with an improved way to:
● Deliver tasks to the field force through powerful mobile apps
● Allow employees to initiate work processes from the field
● Complete work tasks, transactions and checklists in record time
● Conduct work both online and offline -- critical for remote locations

“Pulpstream is the most powerful mobile BPM platform for digitizing workflows. Our customers are turning raw paper-based tasks into digitized work streams that flow from our cloud to your devices,” stated Pankaj Malviya, Pulpstream’s founder and CEO. “Existing alternatives are large million dollar solutions, which take many months to just get started. Pulpstream, on the other hand, takes minutes or a few days and can be purchased at extremely competitive prices.”

Availability
Available immediately, Pulpstream runs on the Web, Android, iOS and Microsoft Surface.

About Pulpstream
Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, Pulpstream provides a new generation of mobile business process management (mBPM) solutions. The company’s zero coding, mobile business process platform helps enterprise companies streamline and digitize traditional business processes, collapsing deployment time to minutes or days and slashing the cost to transform legacy software into customized mobile apps. Pulpstream’s growing list of customers spans a broad array of industries, including biotech, construction, insurance, staffing, manufacturing, logistics and more. Interested parties can learn more at http://www.pulpstream.com

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