Zudy VINYL Ease of Use

Did you find the solution easy to learn to use? If yes, please explain and provide examples.

Melinda Marks
Chief of Staff at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable features are that it is easy to use, easily accessible.
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Jon Pederson
CFO of the Markets Group at a media company with 10,001+ employees
The fact that it's a no-code platform also makes it easier for people to understand and deal with internally, to continue to build applications and modify existing applications.
It's not a question of whether VINYL does something that other software doesn't do, it's a question of how it does it and the ease with which it does. With Zudy's consultancy, we were able to go from an idea to having a proof of concept in a couple of weeks, to let everybody see what we were going to do. That would have taken a lot longer using traditional coding technology.
The Lite Integration is really the key thing. You're able to attach the VINYL software to a variety of different systems very easily and pull data together in a way that is really difficult to do using traditional technology.
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Sahal Laher
Head of Global Digital/Marketing Technology at a Consumer Goods with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's very easy to learn the platform. We have business users who have taken on roles now where they maintain and make changes to the platform. You really don't need to be a programmer.
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Sr. Team Manager - Tour Manager Department at a leisure / travel company with 501-1,000 employees
In terms of it being easy to learn, it's logical so it makes sense of things. The steps are pretty logical and the display is very user-friendly. A "pencil" means "write," i.e. that you are able to write. So it's clear. It's not ambiguous, what you can and what you can't do on it.
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Jaquelyn Freeman
Finance Manager at a import and exporter with 51-200 employees
It was easy to learn to use. What they present is final. You don't have that many ways to use it. It's not like a major ERP system where you have all these options, all these different menus that you can go through. What's presented on the screen is a report. For me, it's pretty intuitive if I want to change the date range, if I want to change what customer I'm looking at. I don't think anyone else has mentioned to me not finding it intuitive or finding issues with the navigation. It's a pretty straightforward tool, so I find it quite easy to work with.
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Logistics Director of Planning and Projects at FreshDirect
It's easy to understand the basics and learn from other examples. However, it takes a bit of experience to know everything that it's capable of doing.
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VP of IT at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We find it is easy to learn and use, and the user interface is easy to pick up. We have trained some of our own people to be able to do apps with VINYL. Therefore, we can turn things around quickly.
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General IT Clerk with 501-1,000 employees
It's pretty easy to learn. Sometimes the terminology can be a little tricky to get around, but it's just queries with no code so once you get the hang of it, it's pretty simple. It's extremely easy to use in getting into the IDE and then back down to your applications, and getting from your applications to your pages, and navigating through all your tables. That's very simple and pretty intuitive.
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Associate Director, Commercial Systems at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
From a front-end perspective, the apps which we have built are intuitive to use.
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