How to Find the Best No Code Product That Suits Your Needs

You want to use the best software for your work—everyone does. But how do you choose the best software—and how do you define “best”, anyhow? If you need a hammer, it’s pretty much easy to find a nice one. But software is more subjective: the best tool for you may not be the best for someone else.

Enterprises are different from each other, only the one that suits you is the best. In this article, the author summarizes some issues that need to be considered in software selection.

Business needs

First you should figure out where you are and what you need. It’s crucial to limit distraction when you’re getting started—and while software can be a valuable tool, it can also be a distraction. But when your business matures, the right software can help you break through bottlenecks and solve dilemmas. So, clarifying your own needs is a prerequisite for choosing a suitable software.

After clarifying the purpose, you should also list the expectations for the software. Whether the use of this software meets development needs of the enterprise. Enterprises should have a plan for future development and take software construction into consideration.

It is necessary to consider whether the functions of the software can meet the requirements in the next few years or have good scalability.

Users of the software

Who will use this software? Department managers, business process managers, professional technicians or all the enterprises? Managers focus on the perspective of the entire process and end-to-end adoption. Business department may pay attention to the ease of use, whether it fit the current business situations. Process managers focus on process life cycle management functions. Technicians focus on system integration and scalability. At the same time, an important thing is that you should pay attention to the application experience of the largest user group.

Check point

After reading a lot of reports regarding the confusion and pain points when enterprises purchasing software, we have summarized some checkpoints that you may need pay attention to.

Customization capabilities

People will be very concerned to whether the product is highly customization and can be applied to most business scenarios. Also, whether service providers can provide personalized customized services according to the needs of large customers based on standardized products. Yeeflow is highly customized and always focus on helping customers to build success systems.


The integrability of enterprise-grade apps with other systems or services is also the focus of many enterprises. Integrate with Enterprise-Grade apps to make your solutions more dynamic. Yeeflow can be connected to apps that are important to your business. Seamlessly integrate with legacy, ERP, and cloud platforms.

Customer service capability

The ability of providers to serve active customers to help them maximize the value of enterprise-level SaaS product. Yeeflow experts will support your use online at any time and provide you with complete technical support.

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