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On the Radar: KiSSFLOW

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KiSSFLOW is a cloud-based business process automation software platform designed to help customers very quickly build and deploy workflow-based applications to automate ‘long tail‘ administrative processes.

Who?

KiSSFLOW is a cloud-based business process automation software platform, active since 2012, and owned by OrangeScape, a US- and India-based software development firm founded in 2003 by Suresh Sambandam.

What does it do?

KiSSFLOW is a web-based workflow application platform, hosted on the Google Cloud, designed to help customers very quickly build and deploy workflow-based applications to automate ‘long tail‘ administrative processes.

KiSSFLOW applications are built around five main elements:

Figure 1: KiSSFLOW’s Workflow Editor


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