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A multi-functional feature that makes managing data a lot more easier
Tables are fundamental tools for any operations that are primarily used to store, manage, and utilize operational data. They simplify handling information, much like using a Spreadsheet or jotting it down using a pen and paper, only it makes the process a lot simpler, hassle-free, and faster.
You can use Tables to store any information in your business.
A few examples where tables can be used are in CRM, ERP, Project Management, Field Service, Order Management, Vendor Management, etc. Customer Relationship Management is software built to manage interactions with existing or potential clients. Tables are necessary to store information, maintain relations, retrieve data, and even create reports or run analysis.
Similarly, Enterprise Resource Planning is software that centralizes and integrates different parts of an organization. Tables are again used for storing, company information, establishing relations among different departments, and creating reports.
Vendor Management is another software used to track interactions with vendors, where tables perform similar actions.
Tables are not a new concept; there are several existing platforms that handle similar functions. So, what makes ZORP tables different? ZORP tables is meant for Operational activities of a business. It offers better data quality control, access control, and robust reporting features that help customers manage their core operational data.
The process of creating a table in ZORP is fairly simple and straightforward. This documentation will you on the steps on how to create a table and all the features available in the same.