Wer nutzt diese Software?
Ninox ist für Teams in kleinen und mittleren Unternehmen.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung97 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 5 / 5
- Bedienkomfort 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 5 / 5
- Startpreis $8.33/Monat
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja, Kostenlose Testversion
Installiert - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Mobile - iOS Native
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2013
Erstelle Apps, die sich an Deinen Workflow anpassen. Die Tools, die wir jeden Tag nutzen, sollten wie ein Maßhemd passen - kein Jucken, kein Kratzen. Mit Ninox kannst Du alles integrieren, was Du brauchst - Anwendungen aus verschiedenen Abteilungen, um Deine Abläufe zu optimieren - z. B. CRM, Vertrieb, ERP, Projekte, HR & Administration
- Data Mapping
- Management für Geschäftsrichtlinien
- Prozessmodellierung & Design
- Backup und Recovery
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Datenerfassung und Übertragung
- Duplizierte Erkennung
- Erkennung falsch eingegebener Variation
- Erkennung phonetischer Varianten
- Flexible Suche
- Berichterstattung / Analyse
- Code Refactoring
- Code-free Development
- Compatibility Testing
- Mobile Entwicklung
- Source Control
- Web App Development
- Werkzeuge zur Zusammenarbeit
- Abrechnung & Rechnungsstellung
- Verkaufspunkt POS
- Zeit & Kosten Verfolgung
- Automatisierung von Geschäftsprozessen
- Customizable Dashboard
- Grafischer Workflow Bearbeiter
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Third Party Integrations
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Ninox
Bewertet am 16.9.2018
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Kommentare: I was searching to replace my mobile -- but very much showing it's age -- HanDBase. I was also long time proponent of the Helix database on the Mac which was becoming less friendly and not easily mobile. I needed to put a structure in place for my new business. My requirements were: Mac friendly, multi-platform, and mobile. I found Ninox on v1 and worked through the learning curve. Today, Ninox v2.4 gives me a central point to coordinate the activities, common data of all my cloud based processes including: QuickBooks Online, G-Suites for Business, MailChimp, RingCentral, and Asana. I can hardly wait till v2.5 to see what else I can do to make my business easier.
Vorteile: Flexibility is a huge part of the Ninox platform. Ninox has the power of a multi-relation, multi-platform, mobile, scriptable database. And it can also be an easy no-scripting data gathering tool. As a small business owner, my needs develop on a daily basis. Ninox is my secret weapon to managing them in-house. When I need an ad-hoc tool to evaluate , template, and organize lists or piles of data... Ninox. When I want to take that ad-hoc tool and turn it into a multi-user process...Ninox.
Nachteile: Steep structural learning curve. My experience with database systems began with D-Base4 on DOS. All of my previous databases were predicated on the idea that the record is not created until it is "entered". A Ninox record is entered when it is created. Adding data to it is an update. Here me know and believe me later... there is massive power in this approach. I was also concerned that my users would have problems understanding this, none of them have ever noticed. In this age of instant entry and not-saving, they think it is normal.
Bewertet am 3.5.2018
I am quite satisfied with Ninox, with its ready-to-go interface, sync ability, and its web access.
Vorteile: I simply like that the databases are essentially ready to use. As a longtime user of FileMaker Pro, I did tire of the too-simplistic interface of a new database (I avoided modifying templates--often more work) that required building up of numerous forms to get going (I still have a lot of raw looking FMP databases meaning ugly as I was not willing to put the time into making it look good. With Ninox, the standard database looks good, and the other forms also are all ready and easy to build, which I appreciate. The focus is on the data, as the bulk of interface work is complete. Also, FMP has a cost for the web interface and syncing across devices, and Ninox makes it all so easy--this is greatly appreciated. I have nearly completed an FMP to Ninox switch for my databases; the clincher for me was yet another FMP update requiring great cost, and my old version was no longer cleanly workable with the new OSX update (constant crashing and loss of data entry or import), and Ninox seemed as has been a more efficient use of my dollars for a database.
Nachteile: I wish there were constant or global fields allowed. As a college teacher, I import test results, and the first page is usually the answers, which I have to enter each result for the 25 questions and then "Update Multiple Records", and then "Assign Constant Value", but that is just a workaround fix, as the results are simply added to each record. If I have a student taking a late test (a regular occurrence), I have to then re-enter the answers and assign constant value again because it's not a global or constant field. If I am missing something, let me know. Building calculations can be cumbersome with the many clicks across tabs to access the part you need; once I figure it out the pattern though I do switch to the text interface, and I'm glad that that's there. Wishful thinking: I would love there to be a map interface (I use this for data from archaeological sites and location-specific data from interviews with indigenous elders and community members). Currently, I log UTM coordinates (Northing, Easting, Elevation) or Lat/Long, but I have to export those to see the distributions. A throw to a Google Maps screen or other interfaces would be quite neat and time-saving and useful for data analysis. I imagine others would like to see something similar for mapping locations using customer address fields or showing all customers throughout the country or something.