Mobilize & simplify your processes & workflows
Micro App Technology*
Build your own processes & workflows or install from Corpa Store on the go using your mobile device
From simple to complex processes and workflows, build Micro Apps for project management, invoicing, time sheet tracking, procurement, inventory or anything. Corpa tailors to your needs and expectations, not the other way around. It enables anyone to build comprehensive business software applications without coding and/or complex business or data manipulation logic via Micro Apps. The fundamental building blocks of the framework are configurable dynamic data types (commonly known as Data Fields) that operate as pre-programmed units (think of them as lego pieces) configured to perform one or more data collection and/or data manipulation operations.
You can combine and extend a variety of the configurable dynamic data types to create software that encapsulates complex business workflows. These variations are unlimited and apply to any process and/or workflow. Importantly, the configurable dynamic data types can be configured and combined in an easy-to-use graphical interface (drag & drop) on mobile devices that enables faster and less time-consuming application development. Once the Micro Apps are built, they can then be integrated with each other and an entire process can be automated using triggers & conditions. All the integration & automation takes place on mobile devices as well.
No PC, web browser or programming is required to build, integrate & automate the Micro Apps.
Why Micro Apps?
Building enterprise software, such as customer relationship management software or enterprise resource planning software, is a complex and tedious process. In particular, every such application requires significant human effort for building and configuring the application. Further, enterprise software treats different organizations within an enterprise as distinct entities such that disparate software is created for each organization. This disjoint software development process results in at least two inefficiencies. First, a significant amount of the underlying infrastructure needed to build enterprise software is the same. However, when building disparate software for each organization in the enterprise, application developers often waste resources recreating infrastructure that was already previously created for a different organization. Second, because different organizations in an enterprise often have shared business workflows, the disparate software created for the different organizations must typically be bridged to integrate together. This creates additional overhead both in terms of time, cost, and human effort.
*Propietory & Patented Technology