Today, we are announcing our new vision on workflows.
It was only in 2016 when we saw that the market was finally moving to the cloud and when we launched a ‘connector’ so users could connect sheet data easily and reliably. After becoming the spreadsheet connector reference and after 9 years since the original idea, we realized that users were doing what we had originally conceived: automation of work from spreadsheets.
Now in 2019, with 500,000 users worldwide, we have rebranded and embarked back to the original vision, to allow people to build their automated workflows, even ERPs, right from their spreadsheet. We will also release workflow templates, faster performance, material design 2.0 UI, and that’s just the start of what will be an innovative year, thanks to our financial backing.
We will now empower everyday office workers to build workflows right from their spreadsheet and automate their work. All this without having to buy software or SaaS for every other process but rather keep using the technology you already know and have paid for.
So, what changed?
On top of that, one of
Material Design 2.0
Google is reengineering its approach to design with “Material Design 2.0”, and since we are close to Google product users, our product is evolving just as vibrant. This to ensure smooth sailing for G Suite users when it comes to the experience of using Sheetgo.
Another important improvement is the general performance of the engine which now has more power to transfer data between subtypes of tabular formats such as CSV, Google Sheets
To help you set up your workflow, we now provide an entire gallery with templates to create spreadsheet-based workflows saving you time personalizing your business processes.
You might question “What is the difference between these templates and others I can find all over the web?”