Kradle Will Introduce Flagship Self-Managed Business Software at Collision Conference

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Company to Host Party for Conference Attendees at Republic NOLA May 1

Kradle Software

Kradle levels the playing field for SMBs that now have access to tools which allow them to become more efficient, productive, and profitable.

Kradle Software will be introducing its flagship self-managed business software to more than 25,000 attendees at Collision, America’s fastest growing tech conference, being held in New Orleans from April 30-May 3.

Officially launched in mid-March, Kradle is a fully customizable, self-managed solution for small and medium-sized businesses in any industry that allows them to manage their own operations while freeing them from reliance on 3rd party specialists and rigid legacy systems.

Kradle levels the playing field for SMBs, which comprise more than 90 percent of all business in the U.S., according to Kradle CEO Michael Haddon. Noting that SMBs are typically hampered by the cost of software traditionally designed for large companies, and the time required to learn and implement new systems, Haddon says, “With Kradle, SMBs now have access to tools which allow them to become more efficient, productive, and profitable.”

Beyond its presence at Collision, Kradle will host the Kradle Collision Party for Collision attendees on Tuesday, May 1, 8 pm, at the Republic NOLA, 828 S. Peters Street in New Orleans’ Warehouse District.

In addition to live music, Kradle signature cocktails, exclusive networking with Collision attendees, door prizes, and other giveaways, the Kradle Collision Party will feature a chance to win two round-trip tickets from a destination of the winner’s choosing to Kradle’s head office in Australia.

The contest for the Australia trip is valid for Collision attendees only. Attendees must enter the contest at https://kradle.com/collisioncontest/ by midnight, Monday, April 30, and must attend the Kradle Collision Party and be present at the time of the drawing. While registration to attend the Kradle Collision Party is not required, space is limited. Attendees must have a valid Collision conference badge to attend the Kradle Collision Party.

Kradle's new software platform is the result of an intense two-year research and development project. Hosted within the Microsoft Azure cloud, Kradle eliminates the need for coding and reliance on costly specialists for system design and implementation.

Unlike other systems which have pre-configured layouts and tight limitations on the number of workflow templates available, Kradle allows for flexible configuration and a large range of variations. All files and data are securely stored and maintained within the Kradle database, and the dashboard interface provides comprehensive visibility across the business. As a result, “Kradle users can review insights of the business and improve operations,” Haddon explains.

With Kradle, businesses can also monitor, evaluate, and manage tasks and processes from a single source to ensure optimal business efficiency and performance. A patented blade system enables users to preview files and documents in responsive, collapsible, and expandable windows, eliminating the need to navigate between multiple tabs.
“We believe that Kradle will become a motivational tool for staff. Rather than spending time on repetitive, manual tasks, they can focus on activities that add value to their business. This results in performance improvements and a more engaged workforce,” Haddon concludes.

To trial Kradle free for up to 30 days, please visit: https://www.kradle.com/sign-up/

For further information on Kradle visit: http://www.kradle.com.

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