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How to create your digital construction daily log

On the building site, there is no way to avoid completing a construction daily log. We explain what is documented in it, why it is absolutely essential and how you can easily create your own digital construction daily log for your smartphone or tablet with Open as App.

Construction daily log app

Creating CRM systems with Excel

Companies are finding it more and more difficult to run without a CRM. With Microsoft Excel you can create a a low cost customer database. We tell you the advantages and disadvantages of Excel as a CRM system and present a simple solution by partnering with Open as App.

Creating CRM systems with Excel

How to make money with no-code apps

Coding apps is complicated and requires expertise in specific programming languages. However, with an automatic app builder like Open as App, making an app is easy – and you can even earn money doing it.

make money with no-code apps

The 8 best app makers

You want to create your own app, but you don’t have any programming skills? With an app maker, you can do it anyway. Using these tools, you can easily put together predefined elements to create your app via drag-and-drop. We have found you the best app builders.

the best app maker

How can I create an app?

It’s hard to imagine our daily lives without apps. Every company – regardless of size or industry – uses the opportunities that apps offer them and their customers. And even private individuals have promising ideas that they want to design as an app. We explain what you need to know about creating an app yourself.

Create an app yourself - that's how it works

Embedding an iframe – what you need to know

With the help of iframes, you can integrate any external content into a website. We explain how embedding an iframe works, when iframes are useful and what the risks are.

Embedding an iframe - step by step

The Basic Guide to No-Code Apps and Platforms

With no-code apps and platforms, any business can undergo a digital transformation within days. The underlying idea is to create apps in a low-effort low-cost way and to make data work for your company – but without learning to code or using software programming services. The benefits are huge across industries – from small business owners and freelancers to executives, customer service, HR and finance experts in large companies.

Basic Guide No-Code Apps Platforms

Self-Service Apps based on Spreadsheets – Three Strategies for Beginners

A self-service app is ideal for kicking off a customer relationship or to support employees with sales or customer services. Especially when a product or service needs to be customized by the client’s decisions or input. However, standard apps rarely do the trick.
In this blogpost, we will introduce you to three business managers who added value to their business by building custom self-service apps based on spreadsheets. Their businesses are very different, but they share a common commitment to innovation and creative problem-solving. Find out more about their self-service projects and how you can make them happen.

self-service apps help your customers

4YFN Barcelona – Hotspot for Innovation & Impact

4YFN is a strong impulse in the global tech ecosystem. Tight Corona regulations in place, GSMA hosted the first startup conference and trade fair in Europe this year. And it was great to attend. Here’s what made 2021 special for us at Open as App.

Open as App at 4YFN

Open as App appoints Michael Stoelwinder as new CEO

Open as App, a SaaS platform for no-code app creation, announced the appointment of Michael Stoelwinder as CEO with the effect of April 1st, 2021. Michael’s priority will be to drive and expand Open as App’s self-sign-up business and product-led growth strategy. He succeeds Markus Pöhlmann who moves on to be a member of the […]

Michael Stoelwinder, CEO, Open as App

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