A Work Operating System(OS) is a cloud-based software platform where teams build customer workflow apps. It allows teams to plan, run, and track processes, projects, and everyday work.
A Work OS is suited to all organisations of all sizes and across all functions of the organisation. It provides the flexibility to build and adapt to any workflow, project or process.
Why do you need a Work OS?
Your organisation needs a Work OS because it solves several pain points that occur during the growth of a business. For example, you'll no longer have a mismatch of in-accurate information in lots of different platforms because a Work OS offers you a place where you can store everything in one centralised place.
As your business develops, it's important that you're working from a piece of software that has organisation-wide adoption. A Work OS allows automation of many, if not all, of your operations. Automation removes the need for repetitive tasks and allows you to focus on the work that really matters.
Another great benefit of a Work OS is that it provides little or now code to create widgets, workflows, integrations and apps, therefore, you don't have to worry about long-awaited changes.
Most organisations are struggling to keep pace with digital transformation and organisational agility. A Work OS brings the cross-team collaboration element back to businesses.
A Work OS really is for everyone
Choosing a Work OS that only fits one market is a waste of potential, we use monday.com which is a platform that supports 11 different languages and is used in 6 different continents. This platform is great for small business and large enterprise companies that want to use the software in different countries.
There are several Work OS tools to choose from on the market, but monday.com doesn't just manage all of your projects like the others do... It can also be used as a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool, or a bug tracker, or for customer service, it's flexibility is endless!