One software outfit with a market cap of $65 billion has San Francisco buzzing. But when you search for usability stories, you’ll find quotes like, “[Its] UI/UX could improve immensely” or that it presents challenges such as a “steep learning curve, setup time, cringing sales reps, and of course license fee.”
Not so with Airtable. It works like Google Sheets but is far more flexible. It’s the easiest relational database you’ve ever used. Yes, you heard it right, Airtable lets you connect lookup tables, to encourage data consistency and ease of entry.
Airtable also offers pop-up form entry, calendar views, audit trails, commenting plus a drag-and-drop interface that lets you attach files to its rows. There are even Mac and Windows apps so you can use it directly on your desktop instead of only in a browser.
Airtable • 49 Powell Street • San Francisco, CA 94102