Skuid was featured in Huffington Post today about how it’s solving the problem of fragmented enterprise software and helping enterprises digitally transform.
Writer Nick Hastreiter interviewed Skuid co-founder and CEO Ken McElrath about how data fragmentation and the painful user interfaces of many enterprise apps leaves companies with low user adoption of those apps, creates significant loss of productivity, and ultimately keeps businesses from thriving.
When asked how Skuid is solving this problem better than any other players, McElrath explained that Skuid is founded on the belief that software should be more human and less machinel, that software should work the way people work, instead of forcing people to behave like machines.
The article advocates for agile and flexible systems like Skuid that can work quickly, as business needs change.
Business and IT should be able to work together to address the needs of human beings quickly and efficiently. Instead of using software that forces people to behave like machines (or like a vendor wants them to behave), we can force our software to behave more like humans.