Leading Productivity Infrastructure provider introduces new solutions that help developers quickly build workflow automations in their applications without writing custom code.
Nylas, a pioneer and leading provider of Productivity Infrastructure solutions for modern software development teams, today announced the launch of Nylas Workflows. Nylas Workflows are pre-built, composable templates that allow software developers to quickly orchestrate end-to-end workflow automations across a broad range of applications, such as CRMs, Applicant Tracking Systems, Tele-Health Platforms, and Digital Supply Chain Management.
Workflows allow developers to automate manual tasks such as scheduling appointments with healthcare providers, sending shipping notifications across channels like email and SMS, and updating databases with important customer information. Furthermore, Workflows extend the Nylas platforms’ automation capabilities from email, calendar, and contacts to integrate with business applications such as Slack and Microsoft Teams.
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“It’s our mission to create solutions that reduce our customers’ time-to-market, improve their customer engagement, and boost both their development teams and end-users’ productivity,” said Gleb Polyakov, CEO of Nylas. “Knowledge workers in roles like sales, legal, finance, HR, and healthcare lose valuable time toggling between tools and navigating inefficiencies in the software that they rely on to do their jobs. With Nylas, our customers have shown that they can improve their end-users’ productivity by 20% or greater overnight by removing the friction out of their user experiences.”
Nylas provides Productivity Infrastructure solutions for more than 600 customers across 22 countries, such as Upwork, Wix, Dialpad, and Comcast. This announcement follows Nylas’ expansion of its platform capabilities to include AI/ML workloads, the introduction of the first-ever program to simplify the Google OAuth security verification process, and the launch of its On-Prem offering for enterprise customers.