300 Companies Across 64 Countries Signup for Kissflow in the First Week of its Launch

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KiSSFLOW an easy way of building workflows for Google Apps was launched at Google I/O. Within the first week of the launch, 300 customers across 64 countries have signed up for KiSSFLOW.

While majority of them are from the US, companies across the world are signing up for KiSSFLOW and creating workflows successfully. This validates the market need for a simpler workflow solution, cutting across geographies.

OrangeScape Technologies launched KiSSFLOW, its new workflow product at Google I/O recently. KiSSFLOW is an easy way to build workflows for Google Apps using an intuitive 5-step wizard. It runs on Google Cloud Platform - Google App Engine and Cloud SQL.

Within the first week of its launch, 300 Google Apps customers across 64 countries have signed up for KiSSFLOW. “While majority of them are from the US, companies across the world are signing up for KiSSFLOW and creating workflows successfully. This validates the market need for a simpler workflow solution, cutting across geographies.” said Mani Doraisamy, Co-Founder and CTO of OrangeScape. “Some of these companies have 1000s of users, and we are excited to see their participation and feedback.”

Customers have used KiSSFLOW to build workflows ranging from leave approval to purchase requisition workflows. The common aspect they like about KiSSFLOW is its ease-of-use.
“KiSSFLOW offers Google Apps customers a simple, quick and efficient way to integrate workflow applications around an existing email user base.” said Siddharth Rao, General Manager-Systems, India Pistons Ltd - a $350 million auto-component manufacturer. “The ease of use and clean user interface makes it easy for end users to build their own workflows without intervention from the IT department, making it a productive and cost effective solution for any existing Google Apps user.”

KiSSFLOW has got some great reviews from bloggers, since its launch. “With KiSSFLOW, businesses should be able to create workflows for things like expense reporting in five relatively easy steps” wrote Anthony Ha at TechCrunch. “And for security and control, every business on KiSSFLOW gets a separate database on Google Cloud SQL.”

In a tech blog OnSoftwareAndStuff, Satya Narayan wrote “Most of the organization processes happen over informal means, through emails or paperwork. Providing a platform which allows company owners to set up easy automation flows to manage some of their processes will come in very handy. On top of it, if it utilizes the data already present, nothing like it. KiSSFLOW comes across as one such platform where you can quickly automate some of the organization process without leaving the affordability and the environment of Google.”

KiSSFLOW is free for 10 users. Small companies can get started without having to pay. Larger companies can try it out and then make the buying decision.

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