Transforming enterprise software with ‘smart data’
OMNIDEK IS A cloud-based, enterprise business platform designed to take over a company’s entire workflow environment end to end, handling all business forms, approvals, mobile applications and portals. Perfect for any business trying to create a competent and long-term IT strategy, Omnidek consolidates these services and eliminates the need to have several apps.
“It’s like Facebook, but for your business, and we feel will challenge the way people use email and file folders in the future,” says Chris Jordan, Omnidek CEO. “It’s all of your communication, contacts, data and information in one place, and much like social media you get to subscribe to what business data you care about in real time. Our all-in-one product takes unnecessary complications such as scanning, filing, searching and data entry out of the business process entirely. This, in turn, offers massive return on investment for customers by eliminating costs around supporting multiple apps and administrative manpower.”
Omnidek was founded by Jordan and his father, Steve, in 2016, with the goal to simplify business processes at a price point that was affordable. In doing so, they created the first “smart data” content management system. What continues to set them apart is their delivery method. Omnidek offers the application with a point-of-sale or on-demand delivery design similar to larger software platforms such as Microsoft, Google and Salesforce. This design allows customers to sign up for Omnidek at omnidek.com, and begin system implementation in seconds. Compare this with the long and arduous implementations of legacy enterprise systems and business apps.
“Any company of any size can afford and use Omnidek, and it has everything to do with the fundamentals of the business work process,” explains Jordan. “We recognized very early that all business work process follows an undercurrent of workflow: an individual both internal and external to a company submitting a form, someone reviewing this data, someone keying or importing this data back into a business system, and someone searching that information in perpetuity. Much like file folders and email, we don’t provide any specific industry solution, but simply provide a corporately branded environment for clients to recreate the processes that have made them successful.”
Omnidek challenges the idea of email with the creation of the Omnidek inbox, which incorporates chat-style collaboration with formal and integrated business work processes. This feature allows for the centralization of the flow of business and content storage. Here, you can find every business process within your company.
“Now compare that to a company running seven different business apps,” Jordan adds. “That’s seven different logins, seven different inboxes, and a full-time employee onboarding disaster.”
Omnidek InSights is another disruptive concept that allows users to add “insights” to their dashboard” by setting various data conditions on desired forms. Then, every time a form is submitted with one of the subscribed criteria, you receive a badge on the insight, clueing you in that a new form met your criteria.
The power of Omnidek’s idea is founded on what they call the initial validation point (IVP). In order to be a true “smart data” platform, the data is captured inside Omnidek, but it creates a “single to many” relationship to workflow.
“This means that once data is entered it can be used over and over dynamically, by anyone for any purpose. This creates massive amounts of efficiency and nearly eliminates data entry when the IVP is extended to customers, patients, subcontractors and field personnel,” Jordan explains.
Implementing Omnidek is as easy as shopping on Amazon or setting up a Facebook page. Users can browse from various business forms, or build one, in order to find one that works for their own unique needs.
“It’s a better idea, better technology and a better way of maximizing your businesses technology,” Jordan says. “We believe Omnidek will challenge the way people look at and implement technology in the future.”