An operating system (Work OS) is a cloud-based software where teams use custom work tools to organize, implement, and track processes, tasks, and day-to-day operations.

With a professional operating system, any organization can create the applications they need for their daily work. And when multiple teams and organizations use a business operating system, they can accomplish a lot together.

It’s designed for teams of different sizes and all organizational tasks. It allows non-professional users to make changes to any system, function, or process.

What are the critical capabilities of Work OS?

Serves the company

A Work OS serves all employees of an organization; All users should be able to use all the critical features of the operating system. As such, everyone in the organization should have an OS user.

Building blocks

The entire system is built from functional building blocks that members drag and drop to organize into applications that manage tasks and capture data and presentations. A building block can be the OS user interface (UI) itself. The best operating systems will allow users to create their building blocks and will be built independently from those blocks.

A structured data store

Unlike traditional databases that require special administrative skills and capabilities, OS Services database systems are developed. Anyone can create their database and give someone else the right to update and manage its configuration and data. The purpose is to capture, analyze and track all data and assets related to work in the organization by supporting the creation of databases. These databases can be used for free by anyone and shared among groups.

Data should be consumed according to the operating system’s operating system or from its building block. OS services should allow access to all data through open APIs, while some also provide access through embedded platforms.

Data and application input

The system is disrupted if all of its users with the appropriate permissions cannot integrate external data sources and the applications they use into a unified workspace. Strong OS functionality should allow multiple ways to achieve this, from API capabilities to simple integrations that anyone can use.

Some platforms use code-free external input ports to achieve this, while others provide built-in, easy-to-use features. Collaboration allows users to continue using their existing devices while managing all tasks in a shared workspace.

Work process automation

A Work OS allows the automation of its work. The goal is that any OS task that a human can perform on Work OS can be replicated.

Automation eliminates human error wherever possible to enable the seamless execution of predictable and recurring events. This is done not only within the OS but also in external applications connected to it.

Data visualization and analysis

The platform can digest and display all system data in different ways to track and extract information.

Users who have access to Work OS and permissions on the specific data source can create their reports and visualization methods on the system.

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