3 easy to implement tips on No-Code Software.
Software Usage vs Features.
Most people compare software based on the features it has. But if their employees don't use the software the features are worthless. Having a high rate of adoption is more important than every last feature. Keep the user experience high on your priority list and consider asking the users.
Down up approach.
The biggest mistake we see people making in choosing software is not asking the people who do the work for input. They choose software based on management's needs and then it is harder for the users to actually use it and like it.
Don't Expect Perfection.
When you choose an off the shelf software keep in mind that you are trading full control over the software for a cheaper price and less headache. So you might not be able to customize every last thing, but you also don't need to pay for development and maintenance.