Recently we announced Tonkean’s series B of $50m, led by Accel Ventures, with the participation of top tech founders and executives from Zoom, Google, Atlassian, and UIPath.
No-code platforms help IT meet SLAs by allowing IT to more efficiently and effectively enable the business.
One question top of mind for just about every legal ops team right now is this: how to go about doing our job without breaking the bank?
Do you hope merely to automate repetitive, manual actions (like data entry) or the movement of data from one system to another? Or, do you want to better orchestrate processes and improve holistically the efficiency and cohesion with which your company runs?
Some think the preeminent goal of no-code is to win the business independence from IT—or to replace IT altogether. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The real value-add of no-code is the way it allows IT to more efficiently and strategically enable the business—to build a bridge between the business and IT.
A simple way for developers to create React and AngularJS components by traditional means and to include each in our app with ease.
A strong and supportive operations community is the next step in creating the future of work that we all want and need.
Salesforce’s acquisition of Slack acknowledges that a siloed approach is massively inadequate — you must meet people where they’re at.
Shopping Angels, a nonprofit organization, uses innovative technology from Tonkean to manage volunteers and scale coordination efforts.
Why is shadow IT so damaging? Well, the more shadow IT your company carries, the more risks you open it up to.
Tomer Gal discusses why he joined Tonkean, and why challenges others see as “impossible” are really the most interesting to solve.
No-code is the engine that can save the enterprise through a new generation of tools that are democratizing how software is built.
Elon Musk is right: In business, operations teams are paramount. “The machine that builds the machine” internally powers companies.