The Work module has been developed as part of n-aos Cloud Platform with intention to allow any company, organization or institution to manage their daily work records with ease. The process is as simple as it gets, employees open the application in their web browser and log in when they come to work and when they leave.
The data in Organization module defines the internal organizational structure of concerned organization. Organizational structure contains information about the Company and its constituent units, such as departments.
The Territory module contains data for countries, cities, post offices and also contains local administrative units, like municipalities and counties for a particular country. Taking that into account the Territory module is a great solution for companies that do a lot of business abroad.
Every business has to keep track of a lot of data and has to update their registers, at times it can be a bit unpractical to manage it all with a bunch of excel files containing huge tables. What n-aos Cloud can offer you is a relational database application that solves the excel mess and brings your data to a new level of organization.
If you internationalize, you develop your content or application in a way that ensures it can be easily adapted for users from any culture, region, or language.
Creating and maintaining a server for a nonprofit organization is a questionable prospect, especially for tiny organizations with limited resources. Servers need expertise to setup and a lot of money to maintain, like IT staff on payroll.
Extension builder is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool that is located in every application on n-aos Cloud. The extension builder upgrades an application by creating a new object in app surroundings or by adding an existing object to any application on the platform.
Building and managing a data centre is good solution for a big company and sometimes for a mid-sized company, but you can see how that can be a problem for a small business. The business has to buy space, their own equipment, pay for networking, power and cooling, electricity and IT support while not using all the computing power they spent their money on.