Automation at Scale: A No-Code Newsletter - Issue #55

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An Ownership Economy Newsletter
Our mission is to multiply our collective potential on the internet by empowering people to build for themselves, without code.
Why do no-code and low-code tools make sense?
In any business, it makes sense to allocate the straight-forward, repeatable or repetitive tasks to automated processes, instead of manual employee action. The economics of automation work hard for your P&L.
No-code applications can be generated for processes that need simple applications to streamline operations like inventory management, employee onboarding and delivery management.
These applications can leverage pre-built feature sets to collect data, monitor progress and report against targets or project milestones.
Pretty nifty, huh?

Reading List
Announcing: On Deck acquires Lean Hire!
How No-Code Solutions can transform the Engineering and Construction Industry
Low-Code and No-Code Platforms: What IT leaders Should Consider
Low-code and no-code is shifting the balance between business and technology professionals
ServiceNow adds new no-code capabilities
Low Code and No Code: Developer Tools Expand Into Finance
Tool Spotlights: Appsmith, Cord
Build & self-host internal apps
Cord | Build together in Retool with Cord comments and annotations
Unique no-code tools (part 1)
Top 12 ‘No-Code’ Machine Learning Platforms In 2021
👨‍💻 Video of the Day
Watch an automation go from idea to reality with UiPath Automation Hub!
Watch an automation go from idea to reality with UiPath Automation Hub!
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Crypto exposed the power of the Ownership Economy, and more specifically, ownership as a tool to drive users to contribute to protocols they use in deeper ways. Now, the opportunity is to follow the pattern, and build more accessible products that bootstrap adoption & participation through better economic alignment with users. This newsletter is trying to accelerate this through education.

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