PROCESIO, the innovative No-Code technology platform, announces today the private launch of its Platform as a Service focused on automating business processes. The private launch will take place on March 31st, giving the users access to features before the public release to test, work on, and discover the platform.

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Each company has daily repetitive tasks that are usually done manually, no matter the department – operations, marketing activities, customer service, billing, business development. PROCESIO identified these challenges and created a platform that enables users to prototype, test, and deploy automation processes with speed and flexibility.

PROCESIO platform empowers any individual, regardless of their coding skills, to design and build enterprise processes. From non-technical users, No-Code enthusiasts to software developers, everyone can use PROCESIO individually or as a team to develop their software and automate processes.

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“We decompress IT departments and programmers, allowing them to do what they do best: innovate! I can go even further with confidence and sustain that we have created PROCESIO from a strong desire to help every business achieve its full potential”. Mihai Darzan, Founder PROCESIO

What is PROCESIO’s vision for development?

For 2021, PROCESIO can be the backend of any software, app or service, eliminating the need for designing and implementing scalable software architectures. Our vision is much greater, and step-by-step we are building PROCESIO to become the default and natural way of building software by any person, empowering technical and non-technical persons to cooperate seamlessly.

I’ve seen technology changing rapidly in the past decade. Things that were not possible back then are now obsolete. When it comes to the gap between software development needs and the available resources, I believe that No-Code technologies like PROCESIO will build a bridge. . . It is important to point out that PROCESIO’s aim is not to replace software developers, but to empower them. We should all see No-Code as a new programming language. Marian Voicu, CEO PROCESIO

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