Flowfinity Lengthens its COVID-19 Support Program
Starting January 1, 2021, all current and new licenses issued under the support program to support COVID-19 challenges are billable at a 90% discount until December 2021.
FREMONT, CA: Flowfinity Wireless announced the extension of their COVID-19 Response Support Program until December 31, 2021. This prolongation is envisioned to help organizations that continue to be impacted by pandemic related operational issues.Starting January 1, 2021, all current and new licenses issued under the support program to support COVID-19 challenges are billable at a 90% discount until December 2021.
Businesses use Flowfinity to substitute paper-based processes with digital workflows and database applications that permit office staff to safely share documents and records in real-time from remote work locations while dropping the risk of sensitive information being lost or corrupted.
Flowfinity is a no-code application configuration toolset employed to digitize and automate custom business processes. For over two decades, Flowfinity has authorized IT and business professionals to build flexible, scalable field data collection applications and workflows without obligating the resources essential to write and maintain code. The firm’s intuitive platform combines a web-based application editor, cloud database, innovative mobile data collection, process automations, interactive dashboards, and reliable integrations.
Clients are also installing mobile applications to ensure employee safety and integrating custom solutions, which help remote workers remain connected with one another and the information systems that drive prolific business.Program contestants can also benefit from a host of pre-built remote work templates and a one-on-one consultation with Flowfinity Customer Success Experts to help get the most out of Flowfinity and quickly install custom applications.
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