What is Quickwork?
It is a no-code, real-time, enterprise iPaaS with 1,000+ pre-integrated apps to build enterprise and consumer workflows, publish APIs, and manage conversations. The platform is designed to make automation easy, allowing teams of all sizes to build simple or complex workflows quickly. It combines a drag-and-drop user interface with the ability to make instant changes to live workflows, within a secure and compliant environment.
Quickwork is a tool in the Workflow Manager category of a tech stack.
GitHub, Node.js, Gmail, PostgreSQL, and Postman are some of the popular tools that integrate with Quickwork. Here's a list of all 32 tools that integrate with Quickwork.
- Integrated with 1,000s of apps
- Build APIs in minutes
- Engage with users, wherever they are
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