NetSquared New Delhi: Zoho Creator Demo, the low-code Application Builder for NGOs

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Hosted by NetSquared New Delhi on June 25, 2020.
 

And introduction to Zoho Creator, the  Low-code Application Builder for NGOs by Zoho. Featuring Mr. Bharath Kumar, Marketing Head for Zoho Creator.

Learn more about the Zoho Creator program for NGOshttps://www.zoho.com/creator/non-profits/techsoup.html

Chat Log

00:39:46    Eli van der Giessen:    https://www.zoho.com/creator/non-profits/techsoup.html
00:40:13    Alison Yee:    Helloo!!
00:52:57    Eli van der Giessen:    Hi! You can join BigTech at http://BigTech.co.in
00:53:31    Eli van der Giessen:    Learn more about Zoho Creator for Nonprofits: https://www.zoho.com/creator/non-profits/techsoup.html
01:07:44    Eli van der Giessen:    Thank you for the fabulous introduction Bharath!
01:27:37    Eli van der Giessen:    SMS notifications! So powerful!
01:28:10    Jaideep:    true
01:28:38    Eli van der Giessen:    Nobody checks their email… but EVERYONE always checks all phone notifications.
01:29:00    Alison Yee:    Haha! Very true!
01:33:59    Renu Shah:    Can we see any completed app
01:36:14    bharath:    https://www.zoho.com/creator/customers.html
01:37:06    Renu Shah:    Thanks Shakthi
01:38:09    Renu Shah:    ok Thanks
01:40:52    Eli van der Giessen:    Q: does the mobile app support offline access if you’re working in an area without reliable internet?
01:42:08    Renu Shah:    Is there a chatbot feature too?
01:42:24    Garima Mohan:    For Donor management what features are there? can it help eith reports slso which are to be sent customized 
01:43:00    Eli van der Giessen:    Zoho chat app: https://www.zoho.com/cliq/
01:43:58    Renu Shah:    One last Q: if two people using the app want to chat with each other, is that possible?
01:44:40    Renu Shah:    yes
01:46:22    Renu Shah:    got it, thanks
01:46:50    Alison Yee:    Agreed, very powerful!
01:47:18    Alison Yee:    If I may, I'll plug TechSoup's partnership with Zoho Creator. BigTech will be promoting this starting next week, so it's a sneak peek of sorts, but at launch, TechSoup members are eligible to receive a 50% discount on Zoho Creator at the Premium level for up to 5 users. With this discount, Zoho Creator is giving our members access to Premium level features at the price of their Basic tier, allowing organizations to create 50 apps at the price of 3 apps. 
01:47:26    Garima Mohan:    very powerful. looks interesting.  
01:47:40    Garima Mohan:    thanks for inviting
01:47:57    Renu Shah:    Extremely powerful also overwhelming for now.
01:48:12    Garima Mohan:    would like to connect.  share email id 
01:48:19    Garima Mohan:    to connect
01:48:19    Sanjay:    thanks Jaideep for inviting
01:48:45    bharath:    Bharathkumar.b@zohocorp.com
01:48:52    Garima Mohan:    thanks Jaideep, Bharat
01:49:02    Eli van der Giessen:    https://www.linkedin.com/in/bharathkumarb-marketer/
01:49:14    Garima Mohan:    that's great 
01:49:20    Garima Mohan:    thanks


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Eli van der Giessen: Well hi there. Thanks everyone for joining.

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Eli van der Giessen: My name is Eli vanities, I'm with Net Squared, and Texas and I'm just gonna start off with a brief introduction to this global network. And then I'm going to pass it over to today's experts.

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Eli van der Giessen: So yeah, as I said, my name is Eli and I'm the community manager for the Net Squared.

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Eli van der Giessen: Global Network.

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Eli van der Giessen: We're a member of Texas, which is a nonprofit like yourselves that where we help nonprofits get implement and use technology effectively.

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Eli van der Giessen: This Net Squared network you've run into is actually this global

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Eli van der Giessen: Gathering of meetups we're in about 128 cities and which means that no matter where you are, there's probably a local group there to support you.

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Eli van der Giessen: Like every community. We've got some rules are rules I think are pretty basic one. We welcome everyone to we put our community first because we're here to support each other.

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Eli van der Giessen: Third, we're here to build stronger nonprofits. So we think of technology as the tool or the lens, we look through but ultimately we're here for the NGO sector.

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Eli van der Giessen: My fourth or fifth and most important rule to me is that we invite participation. We think that everyone has something to learn and contribute

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Eli van der Giessen: Today, as you came into the zoom you were muted by default, just to keep background sound under control, but the chat window is open, and we encourage your questions.

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Eli van der Giessen: And if you have any events ideas for what we can do. Next please reach out to JD our chief organizer with your ideas. We'd love to feature you in a future. Okay.

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Eli van der Giessen: And then lastly, we treat each other with kindness and respect which means before you put a comment into the chat before you say something

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Eli van der Giessen: Is to ask yourself for a second. My bringing my kindest most empathetic self to this question. And if it may be isn't the best way you can phrase something try it one more time.

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Eli van der Giessen: As they said, we definitely need your help. And there's lots of ways you can participate. You can be an event producer. You can help with marketing and promoting these events.

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Eli van der Giessen: We're definitely looking for people who want to be note takers people who want to maybe write a blog post about some of the summary of what they've learned from these events. If you're interested, please reach out in the chat.

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Eli van der Giessen: Protection is, as I said, a nonprofit that helps other nonprofits and we do that by connecting you with technology.

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Eli van der Giessen: Here in India, our local partner for texting is a Nasscom Foundation and the big tech program is really the local name for this text pro

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Eli van der Giessen: But through that program you get access to all kinds of really interesting software and at a discount and donated level. So this zoom here available to 50% off.

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Eli van der Giessen: Something like DocuSign to help you manage remote contracts again discounted. You can get free software to our partners at Microsoft.

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Eli van der Giessen: As well as there's also the Google for Nonprofits program and really brand new to the catalog is Zoom sorry is, though, which we're going to talk about later today, so stay to

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Eli van der Giessen: Text, as I said, is is global, but its global. This is kind of astounding. So at this point, we've served belt 1 million nonprofits coming back to save the sector over $12 billion in fees.

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Eli van der Giessen: That's money that's staying in your pockets as nonprofits and of course you know some us we're getting access to that kind of value of technology to scale your impact.

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Eli van der Giessen: She's going to skip this. Today we're going to go a little faster. But yeah, to get involved with the text program.

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Eli van der Giessen: It's super easy. It's free. And all you need to do is go to the big tech website any nonprofit charity church or library you can register.

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Eli van der Giessen: And the process is quite simple. All you need is to submit your government documentation showing that you legally exist and you'll also need some financial information which you'll be able to find quite easily in your previous annual report as an organization.

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Eli van der Giessen: So the eligibility for each member product in our catalog changes a little bit

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Eli van der Giessen: Depending on the rules set by that partner but that's all listed there on the tech scene and big tech websites.

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Eli van der Giessen: But typically, what once you've done your registration process, it should take you about two weeks to be approved. And then from there, going through and requesting products is very much like going through like an online shopping cart. So it's like, it's quite a simple process.

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Eli van der Giessen: So when Texas looks at the impact we have on an individual organization, the typical organization, who's a member is saving $17,000 in software and hardware which considering it's a free program is that for you to join pretty remarkable.

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Eli van der Giessen: And you, there's also, of course, about the web. There's other learning resources. There's articles webinars blogs offensive way for you to learn how to use technology.

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Eli van der Giessen: But, you know, the part that I think is the most fun. Are these networking events through Net Squared each group is led by a local champion look Parker, who

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Eli van der Giessen: decides the events and, you know,

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Eli van der Giessen: Recruits all the presenters.

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Eli van der Giessen: And they do that because they can deliver things in your local time zone in your local language and in a way that's really unique to the context of your local city.

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Eli van der Giessen: Right now our events use our online that used to be in person, but of course through covert it. We're all being adapting

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Eli van der Giessen: So that is my quick overview of the text program and big tech. If you have any questions at all, definitely reach out to us and drop a question in the chat. I'll be here for the next 10 minutes. So with that, I'm going to pass it over to your leader JD, take it away.

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Jaideep: Thanks, Delhi and probably this introduction helps all new commerce to understand about tech so Net Squared.

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Eli van der Giessen: And

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Jaideep: What initiatives. Nope, I will come

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Jaideep: But to start with the

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Jaideep: Session.

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Jaideep: Welcome and thanks for joining us.

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bharath: Absolutely a pleasure to be here.

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bharath: Let me start with the most commonly used.

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bharath: Line in recent times.

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bharath: Are you able to see my screen.

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So permissions.

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bharath: So I hope you're able to see my screen.

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bharath: Success. Awesome.

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Eli van der Giessen: Yeah, so

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bharath: Thanks for the introduction. La. In fact, when I noticed that takes those processes across 232 countries and geographies. I was like, oh, there are so many countries and territories across the globe visit that that's the, that's the shows the the breadth of what you're covering so

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bharath: Thanks for all the awesome work with you guys are doing. So I am Bertha percent Zoho creator product observer population. I handle customer experience and marketing for though, so here

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bharath: I'm just gonna, we're gonna do it in two steps one I would be covering a quick overview presentation maybe 1520 minutes about the introduction of Soviet and what is this local concept.

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bharath: And then I will pass it to my colleague Shakti will will actually show a demo of what this product is about what is low code.

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bharath: Again, a very, very high level and we understand that it's just a one hour session. So maybe 20 minutes from my side and really 30 minutes from his site and then we'll have the Q AMP. A as well. So moving on this, this would be the agenda. So who's, who are we are the hosts.

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bharath: We are known for 24 plus years. We are a product organization. We have 50 plus apps apps is actually 50 plus products in which the whole creator is one of the product which is which is what I'm representing here today.

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bharath: We have percent across 190 countries and 50 million plus users use our solution. We are on 1000 employees strong organization, all of us working remotely as we speak. And we have a large connected ecosystem as well in terms of partners and other support system.

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bharath: So what is this low code. So like if you connect with the topic of the session, we're talking about how how low code or NGOs can benefit to local very, very simple terms.

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bharath: Low code helps you build applications without knowing coding or with very minimal coding. So you don't have to get into complexities of how to write lines of code.

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bharath: Just assume that you are creating like a flow chart in a very, very crude way they put it for ease of understanding, you're just creating a visual

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bharath: Modern and then the back end logic gets built on its own and then the code, code is generated right so low code is this visual

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bharath: Application Development method and what it helps this one, you don't need to know coding extensively to build applications. Again, the pace of application is much, much faster so that that this concept.

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bharath: Of this technology area is called oh code by analyst and on the global fraternity and Zoho creator is a local product. So I'll, I'll take you through this

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bharath: What is our vision. What is the appropriate as vision this to make it easy for anyone who wants to build applications if if anyone wants to build applications. How can we make their lives easier, that that is as simple as a wish wish and

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bharath: So when we say this application building. It can be anything. It can be a web application. It can be a mobile app, you can be for an internal need it can be a comprehensive like a year period will need also

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bharath: And anything in this is possible through Zoho creator and

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bharath: Which is which is what we asked for. We want to make it easier and easier for more people to start building applications. One. One example that we take on analogy that we take us an elephant.

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bharath: Right, an elephant that has changed his legs change never tries to break the chain because from an engage his condition that the chain is powerful than him. So he never breaks the chain.

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bharath: This is relevant to us as well. Right. So there are there are fantastic individuals who build large

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bharath: large organizations from, let's say, head of a legal department head of HR department or even it hits, etc.

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bharath: So they do like an elephant right they do powerful things, but when it comes to technology. They will change. It will change. So how can we break the shackles and empower anyone to build applications is our mission. And that's, that's all we're doing it to a local technology.

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bharath: I'll quickly go through these aspects. So what are, what are the key benefits. This first it it aids and the whole digital transformation. So it reduces your application backlogs

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bharath: Can create quickly you can create applications and roll out to the market, you can integrate or migrated from legacy systems, your user experience will improve. And most importantly, as a user, you're not worried about where am I, posting this hour. My

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bharath: deploying this and things like that. All of it is taken care of all those layers of software building application building is obstructed by his own data.

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bharath: And all you have to worry about is the business logic. How do we drag and drop fields. How do we build in such a way that my code business logic ascendant and everything else a central place over create another bucket.

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bharath: Some benefits of so creator, I'll touch upon it at a very high level first like Jamie, can we were discussing the issue right so Zoho

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bharath: has multiple products which gives an advantage in the sense that we learned from one product and other and 50 million users is an is a major

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bharath: Advantage in terms of the feedback learning curve and so on. And we always follow a customer first approach beat the way we work the way we interact our pricing very transparent so we always put customer for so that's that's a core DNA of so

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bharath: And we never sell any customer data, we don't make any revenue based on advertising or, you know, we have our own email XO email system we have ozone. So her talk and he couldn't have let's say Google Doc or Microsoft or

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bharath: So we we deal with large amount of customer data, but we will never make any business by selling customer data or optimizing or running ads on customer data or anything.

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bharath: And more importantly, if, if you're in marketing space or if you are someone who visits multiple websites you will understand this, that if you visit us over website, they won't even be a

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bharath: Cookie Papa, you know, we don't even properties to track your which is a very common practice across multiple organization, but that's the level of our respect towards

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bharath: user privacy that we don't want to track a tropical Kenya system on track you wherever you go, you know, that's the level of how serious we take our privacy.

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bharath: And we are highly r&d driven our focuses predominantly on the product, followed by sales and marketing and we always put that in front, from a content creator point of view, we have been recognized by multiple unless customers. We have 12,000 plus customers across the globe.

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bharath: paying customers. So there are other free free users as well.

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bharath: When they say customers. These are organizations being organizations we have, like, like you see on screen here gotten magic quadrant for interface local application platforms. So, okay.

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bharath: So that's an indication of the power of the platform.

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bharath: Before I progress. I'll just take a quick check. I make clear is, this is my delivery. Okay. Jenny any sugar.

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Jaideep: Very much.

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Jaideep: Awesome. No, it's okay.

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bharath: Great. I'll quickly go through this and then we'll actually see the product short product development product demo. These are the features of

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bharath: A local platform of Zoho created

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bharath: Basically if if I'm, I'm an NGO, what are the things that I can use a lot of the features that are available first whenever there is a data collection. Let's say you're using Excel sheet or you're using paper based processes.

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bharath: Which is not real time which is not only creator can just convert that you can just import an Excel sheet and that becomes a software and application.

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bharath: What that means is it's it's real time, people can coordinate online over the application. You can write rules on top of it. We can put validation saying in this field, accept only this

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bharath: And so on and so forth. So multiple benefits come when when you use the form builder then with the data collected, you can run

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bharath: Any number of reports to see slice and dice the data the way you want to see.

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bharath: And then you can write logic on top of the data to to run workflow saying if if a particular action happens then execute this if someone fills out a form for this event trigger an email.

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bharath: To Jay saying, Okay, this legislation has happened know things like that can be automated. And finally, in terms of visualization multiple dashboards through page builder and integration with any other product that we use. So

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bharath: You are comprehensive intervention requirements can be taken care of by sort of data. I will not spend time on this because we'll see this in the demo, but I just wanted to touch upon on what are these aspects. So

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bharath: This is the form builder. This is how you create a relationship between databases.

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bharath: Finally, with the data. This is how you see a dashboard. If it's a little overwhelming. No, please don't worry. You will actually see

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bharath: how the whole thing works in in the demo, but from a benefit point of you just wanted to register in your mind that

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bharath: You can whatever is your requirement. You can clearly handle it was okay to and all the

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bharath: Whatever application, you will, by default, you also get a mobile app as well. So you will when we build an application. It's available both on web as well as on mobile, and you can use it anywhere.

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bharath: If you want to have a volunteer portal. Let's say for for preliminary ecosystem, or a vendor management portal.

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bharath: So you can even have that. So your core application or very crudely, put your core software is handled by a set of people

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bharath: But you also want to expose certain things to some of your vendors for them to just key some information and then that gets added to your system even that level of customization as possible, where

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bharath: Some of your core data is not no obligation is not exposed to others and just a portal is shared and

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bharath: As a, as a product organization we invest a lot in a which becomes more relevant for for for NGOs also primarily because

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bharath: This takes care of lot of your needs in the sense how to build how to use an application. What are some like removing duplicates of data cleansing of data, all that is taken care. And finally, in terms of privacy. Yes, that is one important area that we focus on

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bharath: Like a earlier separate we run our own data centers. So host self sufficient in that, in that sense, we respect user data and there is no

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bharath: Ad business or anything like that, based on user data. So if there is one thing that differentiates over from anyone else in the market to this this respect towards the user privacy and data, I would put that right on top.

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bharath: So I quickly wanted to show a couple of screens along here. So, like, why is the rotator relevant for NGOs is primarily because we have been focused on NGOs for a long time.

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bharath: As we speak, the pace may say 400 customers. Currently we have 500 plus NGOs who are using our product.

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bharath: And these are some of the modules that are commonly used managing volunteer portals donor management applications event management applications, and much more.

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bharath: So these are some pre built apps. But you can build any application that you want and our customer stories make it much, much enjoyable in the sense

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bharath: As a nonprofit as an NGO, maybe I want to run my processes, much, much in an efficient way and I i want technology to enable mean should have it acting as

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bharath: If, if I take time out to read this. So, you know, the operator has impacted our success in a very positive way.

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bharath: Specifically in reducing the time it takes to collect and record data as well as making relevant data more accessible. You know, this is one just one small example of our customer uses later so

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bharath: All these things that you see on screen are very specific to NGO use cases and our, our commitment to use this you are focusing on a very, very critical.

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bharath: What you're doing is an awesome work and what we want to do is to enable you to empower you to be with you and see how we can add value to you so

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bharath: As always, so there are certain verticals that we focus on, for example, logistics manufacturing, but right from day one, we have been focusing on NGOs, so that is one important segment.

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bharath: Set of users that that we want to add value to and I wouldn't call it CSR. But maybe that's our way of giving back to the society as well.

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bharath: From, from a pure pricing point of view also we have special discounts for nonprofits and with a tech so program and now it makes it even more easier in terms of how

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bharath: I mean the extra benefits that can be passed to users. I will finish with this page last. So this is one of our recent initiative, just to show our commitment towards NGOs or to this to this space.

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bharath: Because of the recent covert issue we we actually launched a program called stronger together to help organizations like governments nonprofits NGOs to build any application that they want free of cost if you have a need to tackle the three covert related issues, let's say,

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bharath: People in that space to handle to tackle it. So we did this free of cost and we got around 114 plus application request and with no charges. We will be delivered these applications we in fact build

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bharath: Some of these applications and deliver to the customer and it was received very well. So I'm sharing this primarily to spruce to stress upon the point that we look at India was very, very seriously and

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bharath: We really want our we really see this as a way where we can contribute back to the society as well. So this program was a was a good hit in the sense people realize the value and we were continuously getting a lot of requests and and it is still active, as we speak, so

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bharath: I would know. I mean, this just my contact details, just in case you want to reach out to me and comfort comfort for periods of hope and I'm sure the next will be shared, or the recording will be hosted so just leaving it out here.

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bharath: I would know pass request shuttle from our team to quickly show a small demo, maybe a 15 minute demo.

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bharath: Of what is possible with data so that you can actually comprehend or understand what exactly is the product.

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bharath: That will help you in your mind. So my request would be when you go through and just think in terms of your use cases.

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bharath: In my operations, where am I using paper in my operations, where am I using Excel sheets still

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bharath: Or in my operations. What should I digitize. What are the areas where I need to bring obligations and we would be more than happy to help you in creating those applications and and so that you can reap those benefits and

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bharath: grow faster. So I would finish with that humble submission and if such activities available, I can cause him to do a short, quick demo, please.

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shakthi v: Thank you for thank you so much for the presentation.

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shakthi v: Hello everyone.

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shakthi v: Thank you so much for joining this session. And thank you so much for being a beautiful

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shakthi v: Person like to helping others in this particular situation know like you're doing you all doing a very good job and no differently. You all have a very beautiful. So with this, let me directly, move on to the session. So we'll go ahead and stop the screen sharing

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shakthi v: Zoho creator, we are like

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shakthi v: No, like we have an industry specific requirement and applications built on top of Zoho creator

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shakthi v: Basic to nonprofits. We have some pre built application as borrows explain some of the common requirements we frequently get from nonprofit organizations or a donor management.

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shakthi v: And then volunteer management even management as well as the new cases like a specific to covert situation we are getting this food distribution kind of application because

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shakthi v: No, particularly in India, there is a lot of a daily wage workers who got stuck in different places in India.

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shakthi v: They don't have a job and they don't have money to buy food. So to this situation. Many of the nonprofit's helping those workers to distribute food across different places. So we are frequently getting this put distribution records know for this covert 19 app.

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shakthi v: So to quickly show you how

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shakthi v: The existing application like a donor management of all and volunteer management how the existing application works. And then I can quickly take you to how we can build an entire application from scratch, specific to the food distribution application.

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shakthi v: So from this screen like once we log in to the creator application, we have the option new application. So on the left corner.

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shakthi v: Here we have our own 60 plus people applications based on a different business use cases. Here we have a different categories for information technology business so on.

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shakthi v: And in this we have an option for nonprofits. So these all the pre built applications we have

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shakthi v: Readily available for nonprofit, you can install on you can customize the existing application. And you can do quickly deploy it to all the different set of users involved in the application. So let me put

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shakthi v: He takes you to the live demo of the volunteer application to start with, we have every application which comes with the default dashboard that will

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shakthi v: All in one dashboard, so you could see there are different charts and balance created altogether so the entire application flow, we can get from one single dashboard.

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shakthi v: So first we have to create a campaign like what all the different campaign types we have. So let me create a campaign types, just like a covert

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shakthi v: And then based on this particular campaign will be creating an event.

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shakthi v: So we create even it's a medical camp free medical camp and this campaign is the lead to a cove it so I can even choose multiple choices.

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shakthi v: And then I can give some disruption venue and city. What is the starting time and ending time for this particular event. And then also, I can add that the point of contact for this particular event. So once we create this input all this information and submit the event will be listed

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shakthi v: In this calendar and from here I can click and see the actual information about the MTA. Even so, once we create the event, then you will have the option to

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shakthi v: Register a volunteer. So if you have already added all the volunteer information that will be listed here. So let me quickly add a volunteer and I will show you how a volunteer will have access to the certification.

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shakthi v: So let me my myself as a volunteer.

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shakthi v: So some of the automation, we can do on top of each and every form, let's consider the date of birth. So once I choose the data, but the age will be calculated automatically so I can choose this date picker option and I will choose my date of birth.

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shakthi v: And with the signature field, I can provide a digital signature and what all the image emergency contact information that I can add

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shakthi v: So once we fill up all the basic information. And also, I can fill up water all my availability on a particular set of days. Let's say I available only on weekends I can select a particular date and from what time

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shakthi v: Similarly, I can add multiple entities using this form feature. Once I submit this information automatically an email will be triggered to this particular volunteer to sign up and actually the supplication.

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shakthi v: Let me move on to this particular window where I have the email in place. So once we create it, you could see, I immediately got the invitation. And then I can click on go to application.

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shakthi v: If I already have a login, it will be directly login or else we can have the option to sign up. So then I can go into this particular

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shakthi v: session where I can see what are the different events. It's being conducted for this particular month or a year. So let's say

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shakthi v: I do see the blood donation cam and I am interested in it, so I can click on it so that I can register for this particular event.

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shakthi v: So you could see what are the different modules has been available for this particular volunteer. Not all the modules, as mentioned,

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shakthi v: So we can share one Lee a specific model which is needed for that particular set of volunteers, so I could see this particular event, which has been available, and I am interested so I can click on Register.

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shakthi v: Then I can put my email address.

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shakthi v: So I control my presence. So once they submit this will trigger an email to the admin whether to approve or reject this particular volunteer.

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shakthi v: And then like again a volunteer will disseminate email for each and every action, an email will be configured so once they registered the event, you could see

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shakthi v: I get an another email for registering this particular event. So all this customization. So we can do easily on top of the application.

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shakthi v: So with this, like, I will directly go on to build an application as we already have the donor and the volunteer management, I will create a foot distribution application where will we will create a schedule.

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shakthi v: So what all the modules are required for this particular food description. So we need a distribution schedule and then we need the volunteer portal.

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shakthi v: And then we need an option to assign this particular task to all volunteer and then volunteer will have the options are to complete this particular job.

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shakthi v: So we have the option to create an NDA application from scratch with on Create and I will limit us for distribution.

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shakthi v: So there are four main components in creator. The first one is form a form is nothing but an Excel sheet or a Google form.

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shakthi v: And creator provides an easy drag and drop feature to create the intake form. Let's consider you already have a volunteer information and you want to create a volunteer form.

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shakthi v: We have the option to import with data if you have this information in Excel CSV or CSV file, you can simply import and system will help you to create the intake form along with it will import the data as well.

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shakthi v: And also we have a several set of templates. Let's say you want to create a see booking form. You can use this template. So the back in the workflow will be automated.

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shakthi v: Based on this particular format so you can choose any kind of a template, which is available, you can just click on use template, they enter your form will be created based on the template. Let's create a blank form and I will rename this as a distribution schedule.

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shakthi v: So this form builder provides a different set of field types or a different set of information to be collected within the form

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shakthi v: Starting with basic fields where you can collect some of the personal information on that you can collect bait a drop down choices and we have checkbox multi select

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shakthi v: And sub form can be used to add multiple line items within the same form. So I would say it's a form is adding a form within the form

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shakthi v: And apart from this, we have a signature. We have an option to upload files video and audio and also we have some of the AI fields which will be definitely useful in terms of a complete automation.

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shakthi v: So let's quickly create a distribution schedule. First I want to list water all the cities, you will be doing this distribution. So for that I will add a drop down

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shakthi v: Or D, select some of the entries which is available. And once we select the entry, like we we want to provide what type of food you're providing so that I will have a radio film and I will rename this as full time and I will have the choices as breakfast.

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shakthi v: lunch and dinner. So let me keep it with breakfast and lunch and then you will have the option you need an option to assign it to a particular

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shakthi v: Set of volunteers, as we already have the volunteer portal is ready. So we can directly look up volunteers from the volunteer portal application. Let me scroll down and drag and drop the Lucasfilm

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shakthi v: And I'm going to create a relationship with the volunteer portal application. So in this look up all the defined application, the predefined applications will be listed so I can choose the volunteer portal application from here. Let me scroll down and look for a volunteer portal.

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shakthi v: Volunteer portal and then I can click on volunteer devastation, then I can directly choose the name of that volunteer so that we can easily

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shakthi v: A rename it to find to let's quickly go into the live mode and we will see how this application will look like a live more

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shakthi v: To once we have this set of information. Ready, like we have some of the form properties, but especially to field properties you can customize the NT a field based on the different requirements.

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shakthi v: I can choose from whom this email to be triggered and also I can choose the email address from the list and we can enter the email address manually.

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shakthi v: So I can customize the subject and message and we can create our own customized template and I can add it as a template either a PDF or an inline function. So once done

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shakthi v: So whenever I submit this form an email will be treated with that particular set of users. Similarly, we have an option to capture location. This will mainly useful. Let's say if a volunteer.

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shakthi v: And we can capture IP addresses and some other form properties like you can just take a form entries only for a specific number of entries and also we can just take the time

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shakthi v: Of when this particular form to be accessed using this form availability. So once we configure all this. Let me go back to the live mode.

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shakthi v: So it will click on access to the application that will take us to the live mode. So this is the form which we just created. So here I can choose the city.

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shakthi v: And the full time and hear all the volunteers we added in the volunteer application will bolstered and I can click on a particular volunteer and I can submit

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shakthi v: And in a report, we will see what what are the different information we have been added.

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shakthi v: To now like a volunteer should access to this application and they can, like, do the food distribution and they can mark the status as a completed so that let me go back to the same form builder and then add some more fields into word like status. So I will add another drop down field.

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shakthi v: Brackets. They will mark the status is completed. Let's see how we can assign this particular set of access to the volunteers, so that I'm going to create a new workflow, or I can configure the existing report. So let's create a new report specific to the volunteers.

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shakthi v: And for creating a report we have different set of report types, we can have an advanced analytics, so that we can create a Pivot Chart within people, which are we can have a different set of shorts available.

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shakthi v: And we can configure a pivot table, we can have like calendar can brand report. So let's create a list of poor specific to volunteers, so I will choose the existing form based on that.

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shakthi v: And in the existing report. I'm going to quantify some set of properties like we are going to enable a new custom button on top of it whenever the volunteer completed job they can click on the button and the status will get changed completed.

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shakthi v: Let's go into the list of fields we have. So right here, I'm going to create a custom button so I can scroll down and I will add a new button.

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shakthi v: Fear whenever they click on this particular custom icon. The job status should be a completed so I can write input dot that will list all the fields available in this particular form. So I will choose status equals to

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shakthi v: It's still available or not visible. So once I change the status of spending, you could see, now I have got this particular custom action.

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shakthi v: So what whenever you assigned this particular task to a set of volunteers, they will have access to the application, they will log in.

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shakthi v: Once they distributed a set of package, they will come down to this report, and they will click on the job completed so that automatically the status will become completed.

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shakthi v: So this kind of automation, we can do on top of the Creator application and specific to workflow. We have different set of workflows again.

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shakthi v: Stating that we have an event coming up on us to register for it. So we have a scheduled workflow on top of it, you can automate the entire workflow. Like, you don't have to manually send them a reminder

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shakthi v: System will take care of it. So I can choose like the form and based on which particular field. This even to be triggered now so I can choose when this particular workflow, or the email should be triggered either on about it or like before.

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shakthi v: So I can choose like five days now so I can choose whether this game will to be triggered daily or just one or once in a week. Let me choose daily and also I can choose ended.

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shakthi v: And also, I can choose when this workflow to be end aided and abetted or after or before fiber three days. Once I rename this within that I can configure a set of like email notifications in terms of notification creator supports email SMS and mobile push notification.

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shakthi v: If it's an SMS, like we have an integration with many SMS Gateway providers, I can easily choose the connection.

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shakthi v: And then I can choose the phone number field which is available on the phone and I can type in the message and say, so whenever

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shakthi v: Similar to what we have an mobile applications ready. So once we have the center application, you can easily log into the mobile app, you can access the same application. It can do all the actions and specific to mobile app, we have

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shakthi v: Some defined at different controls which you can configure for the specific to the mobile app. And the last component we have this page.

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shakthi v: So for even creating a page or anti a dashboard be provided easy drag and drop feature using which you can easily create the anterior dashboard. It's a want to

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shakthi v: See how many distributions are Romany schedule. I've created so far for that I can choose any of the panels simply drag and drop it.

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shakthi v: Like choose what action to be done. So I want to see the number of schedules, which has been created. So far so I can click on, then I can choose the form and I can choose Edit alternate gets all selected the game.

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shakthi v: Then I can change this name into

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shakthi v: Total number of screens.

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shakthi v: That's it. And also in the action when I click on this particular panel if any action to be done like opening a particular website or former report that can be done.

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shakthi v: And if you see the back end in the code level. This is the entity level of scripting which you have to do if you manually create this fan.

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shakthi v: But created helps you to provide the interior drag and drop feature and also we can create charts, any kind of different shows just would drag and drop from the set of conditions and the entire panel will be created.

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shakthi v: As we have a very like short time. Let me show like how this dashboard soup, like the live mode.

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shakthi v: So you could see we have created a total number of one schedule that been like dynamically listed in this page. So I think like covered almost all the basic information of how we can create and build application from scratch. So any specific questions. So what

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bharath: I'll just add one small thing sheppey so for the audience. All of us are in different

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bharath: level of maturity from technology point of view, right, some of us mean some of us might have understood all of this. And most of us might have thought of this is how to how to comprehend this so much, etc. So my my simple request is like, we can do a creator demo for to us also so

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bharath: The intent was to show a glimpse of the power of the platform, if you felt overwhelmed. Please don't feel overwhelmed. That's, that's not the intent.

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bharath: According to your need the internet to say, according to your needs. You can definitely create any application that you want. So our single line objective was to communicate that message.

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bharath: And you are free to play around with an application with try of sample application that you want to build for any need that you have in mind, and we are very confronted creator can tell people that, so that was our intro. Thank you. Thanks for taking time out for this comprehensive

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shakthi v: Thank you. But it's the society.

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bharath: So if there are any questions will be happy to answer those.

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Jaideep: Thank you so much, but I think Chuck D. I have a question.

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Jaideep: What about the

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Jaideep: Support to NGOs like suppose I as an NGO

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Jaideep: Download and deploy the product, try to do some hands on and then I I need some kind of

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Jaideep: technical help or maybe functional health kind of thing.

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Jaideep: So,

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Jaideep: What kind of role to play in that

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bharath: Sure. So there are two aspects to this one is, let's say you want some guidance in terms of again stuck in this particular point. I don't know how to solve this, there is a free support that is available.

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bharath: All the time where we can provide you with relevant material, maybe video links help you handle that.

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bharath: Which itself is comprehensive and just to give an example like whatever business. Let's say we are doing every month.

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bharath: More than 60% of it happens with zero human intervention, like people try the product online. There is a 15 day free trial and that they purchase it online. And then they just go about it. So,

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bharath: That's an indication of how easy to use. It is but like at any point of time when, when you're stuck or if you need some clarity, there will be a free support that is definitely provided

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bharath: In addition, if you need. Let's say I just want Zoho to build this application for me. Maybe I'm not, I don't have the time and I don't want to build that application, then there is a paid option also where we can build an application itself, for you are. That's a different model, but

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bharath: If you my request would be like this. This is like swimming so well as as much demo we can do only if you actually jumped into the water, you'll realize what are the pros and cons, so

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bharath: That will be an ideal start that, that's another reason why our products all come with this 15 day free trial. So you can actually without any

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bharath: You don't even have to enter a credit card no information security can just create an application on your own login and see play around with a product called you

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Jaideep: Know, based on this demo microservices, it is quite possible, and it is very helpful like

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Jaideep: I can build anything to do anything is something very wonderful know that we're at no additional cost of hiring a high end programmer developer and then lifelong depending on him for coding and recording

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It's correct.

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Jaideep: Yeah, I think, other than a full fledged

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Jaideep: High end business application. I can do anything with this.

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Jaideep: So pretend

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shakthi v: Like you can create enterprise level applications, starting from a very simple like Western management or even you can create excellence management, just for your daily expense management to the advanced CRP level applications that can be easily build on top of the data platform.

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bharath: That is a question from Reno.

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bharath: Can we see any completed up

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bharath: So certificate just open any of

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bharath: If there is any any I finished up maybe even an attacker.

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shakthi v: Yeah, sure.

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shakthi v: Okay, the first one which I demonstrated is though Wallen dear portal app, which is a complete agreeable solution which is available in our app kaldi So apart from volunteer portal. We have a donor management.

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shakthi v: So with this donor management, you can collect donations from a different set of people like what all

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shakthi v: visitations, you want to do for the volunteer sending you can create different campaigns for different purposes and then using a funny story, you can receive the donations

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shakthi v: So this set of modules will be available to volunteers. So from here, they can see what all the different donations. They have to do for different campaigns.

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shakthi v: And then we can provide the donations. So I can choose what is for which purpose. I'm going to donate as a volunteer.

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shakthi v: And then I can choose like a there is a check or demand jobs or bank transfer the base. Don't selection. Some other fields can be populated for can choose the bank name and the sheet number, what is the actual donation amount which I'm going to provide

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shakthi v: And also, I can enter my donor information if you already have a donor or volunteer within the application your information will be pre populated.

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shakthi v: And you can like simply enter the option and the amount and you can submit this information. So creator also supports a payment integration with many of the payment gateways.

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shakthi v: So you can like integrate with that. So what happens once I submit this form, it will redirect me to the payment gateway from where I can do the transaction and I can complete this donation. So that kind of automation is also available within creator

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shakthi v: And I will also show some of the ready made or completed dashboard. So it's a kind of a procurement management, where we have created the NPA set of dashboard.

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shakthi v: As an admin once they log into the application. I can see what are the different interactions being done, how much the data is being processed.

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shakthi v: How many new products have been obscured procured so all these different set of information we can get it from single dashboard. So this kind of extensive set of application can be built. This is a customized application we built for a client and an enterprise client from the

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Jaideep: City whatever applications have been paid already have those available.

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Jaideep: Templates like we're just, I just deploy them in the configure them according to my need or after design them again for my business.

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shakthi v: Yeah, so we have around like 60 plus predefined solutions available.

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shakthi v: Once again, whatever. So you can choose like most of the requirements we will know get into that list of requirements and also we are expanding the list of pre built applications look once in a month, we are coming up with three predefined solutions.

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shakthi v: And recently, we have come up with a workplace safety management, but this one. This has been built based on the guidelines provided by who so this kind of like solutions will come up know day to day basis, based on different requirements and know different use cases.

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Great.

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Jaideep: Any other questions from any other participants, please feel free

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bharath: To just chat in the chat. The set of customers that will you give you an indication of what are the possible applications that can be created.

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shakthi v: Yeah, and I will like to add one more point specific to the donations. I actually working with

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shakthi v: NGOs currently so they want to collect donations and they stated that due to some government regulations, all the donation has to be like

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shakthi v: Get the ban on the order verification done so they want to do an order on the pan verification within the application. So we are currently like building that solution for them.

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shakthi v: So like as we are moving more into a digital platform like almost all the data be structured perfectly. So this kind of requirements we are getting. And we are helping our customers to build it.

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Jaideep: So,

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Jaideep: Another question is, is there any limit in so creator like to handle

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Jaideep: So many users or to handle

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Jaideep: So many long

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Piece of

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Jaideep: Code kind of thing like 15,000 users or

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Jaideep: Hundred thousand lines of code. So is there any limit to that.

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shakthi v: No, there is no specific like restrictions in the application. There are some restrictions, based on the subscription.

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shakthi v: The subscription is actually based on user based so many users like you want to access application.

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shakthi v: Can have it. And also we have a dedicated customer portal for the external users to access the application.

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shakthi v: Through a dedicated portal, you can completely white label the customer portal as well. And also we provide the rebrand and mobile application for both Android and worse. So once you build the entire web application, you can simply download the rebrand or mobile application.

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shakthi v: Either for Android I worse.

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Jaideep: And just told me again.

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shakthi v: Yes, it's entirely Globus

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shakthi v: So from the settings. I can go into download the mobile app.

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shakthi v: For both internal users as well as external customer portal users, I can download the mobile app.

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shakthi v: Suppose I have to configure the customer portal. So once it's done it. I can download the mobile app publish it in the App Store all the users or the customer portal, users can download and access the application.

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Jaideep: And mobile only supports all

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Jaideep: Operating systems and versions.

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shakthi v: Yeah, we support like Android, and I wish we are not supporting Windows platform.

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Jaideep: Windows and for

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shakthi v: Exactly, yeah.

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shakthi v: And for laptop its cloud based so you can use it on all the available browsers.

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Jaideep: So it is not. Those are dependent actually

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shakthi v: Yeah, it's not a dependent. So you can use it on any process.

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Jaideep: There's a question from me, I suppose.

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Yeah.

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bharath: The mobile app support offline access if you're working in an area with Open Table intimate

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shakthi v: Definitely. Here it is. There are some components we provide for the offline access. Let's say you are filling up a form and you're submitting that information.

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shakthi v: So there are some components like forms and reports can be available in offline version also. So even if your mobile phone is not connected to internet, you can still access

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shakthi v: The application and you can submit the information. And once your mobile phone. God, the internet connection back all the data will get synchronized to the cloud automatically

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shakthi v: So here, like we don't have to do any manual work. So as usual, you use the application in the cloud version, you can use it in the offline version as well. So when the internet connection is available, the system will update or sync all the information to the cloud automatically say

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Eli van der Giessen: Really helpful for people doing

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fieldwork.

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shakthi v: Exactly, yeah.

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Jaideep: So there's no data loss.

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shakthi v: You know, there won't be any data because all the data will be stored in the mobile phone the cache memory from there it will automatically updated to the cloud.

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Jaideep: Is a question from the chat bots, which are also available.

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shakthi v: Yeah, so that's available as an integration, which is not available inbuilt within Zoho creator, we have another Zoho product which is the hope that

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shakthi v: We can have an integration with the hopefully can we can create chat box Zoho click it and complete a chat communication system where we can create chat bots as

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Jaideep: You have a whole

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Jaideep: Other product like it talks like it was like

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shakthi v: No, we don't have that system, but there are several systems available. I mean, the third party application, we can have integrations like Zoho creator provides the STP integration.

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shakthi v: Using which we can have an integration with those service and creator actually in the back end support a lot of different technologies.

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shakthi v: Let's say you want to have even more customized user interface, we have an witches. On top of that, you can use JavaScript or any other no programming language like you want to have. You can use JavaScript now. So for mobile. The provide mobile SDK.

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shakthi v: Using which you can completely customize the mobile interface and you can have integration with third party application using REST API that we can completely customize application, whatever the functionalities. You're not looking to achieve within the application that can be done.

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Jaideep: But I read somewhere. This was based

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Jaideep: Also like I tell the system, show me invoices of June. So, it displays in what is that so

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shakthi v: Yeah, I think you're referring to the eyes. It's a

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shakthi v: Complete. Yeah.

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shakthi v: Artificial intelligence to using which we can have that integration so

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Jaideep: There's another question from, I suppose.

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Jaideep: People using the app. Want to check with each other. Is that possible.

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shakthi v: So I assume, like a two different people are using the application and they want to communicate us what it means.

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I think so.

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Renu Shah: I'm asking too many questions. Um, so

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Basically

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Renu Shah: Like a messenger service or something where if two people are on the app and they want to chat with each other. So that's kind of a future.

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shakthi v: Yeah, actually we don't have that feature right now. Like, as I said, you can have an integration with Zoho click where you can like directly have a communication within the team member

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shakthi v: In case.

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shakthi v: In case if you want to

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shakthi v: See the status of what all the work done so in the report, you have the option to add a comment to once a job has been completed. Let's say if you want to modify some changes. You can have

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shakthi v: The comment entered and you can just commented, so that the other users can also see this set of information. So once the changes have been done, they can also update it from there. And so you can see like, what are the different users have commented on this particular report.

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Renu Shah: Okay.

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Renu Shah: I was asking from a different point of view, since I run an incubator program. I was wondering if two people want to exchange ideas and chat with each other on a certain idea something. So from that point of view, if

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shakthi v: You're in the glaze.

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shakthi v: can indicate, you can use the hopeless, which is a complete communication to

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Jaideep: I'm finding it quite

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Jaideep: powerful and useful.

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Jaideep: It is not only for not only for NGOs, but for

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Jaideep: Any size of businesses enterprises governments.

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Jaideep: Professionals and

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Jaideep: It's quite a powerful tool.

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bharath: So even in India, there are some large brands like it's a whirlpool Samsonite Russia. These are some organizations Amato Xiaomi they are already using

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bharath: The product. So we since we kept it very NGO focus. We didn't even use those examples, or we did not get in trouble.

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Jaideep: Alright, so

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Jaideep: I think you all of all the participants.

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Jaideep: Ali Baba chuck a for sparing your time and

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Jaideep: enlightening us with the whole creator

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Jaideep: There is a comment from Gary Mahoney, she says, very powerful.

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Jaideep: Product and so

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Jaideep: There are some comments on supplements. Great. So if there are no questions.

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Jaideep: Let's say goodbye to each other and

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Jaideep: I'm back again for some other session next useful session.

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Eli van der Giessen: Lovely, thank you so much for organizing this. I really look forward to the next event. And for those who, you know, maybe missed some of the session. I'll share the video with everyone who RSVP for the event by next week.

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bharath: Okay.

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bharath: Yeah.

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shakthi v: Thank you about it, like every man wants to share the email address, please. Sure.

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bharath: Yeah, maybe I'll just quickly take my email id there so that for once a teacher can can connect. You can also find me on LinkedIn.

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bharath: What Zoho and the only one there. So that's my ID, but a commodity. It's a hook or come and like

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bharath: Takes a partnership commented Alison has mentioned that there is also a special discount offer for

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bharath: XO Nasscom members as well by next week. That should also go like when you reach out to me if you can just mentioned that will ensure that you are given a special discount as well. And we'll share more details on the Commission's

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bharath: Thank you so much, guys. It's a pleasure. Thanks for having us here. Thanks God

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Jaideep: Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Bye bye.

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Eli van der Giessen: Thank you. Thank you, everyone.

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Jaideep: Thanks. Bye bye.