Self-Managed Software

A new era of self-managed software

 

Kradle is the first business to offer a cloud-based, fully customizable and self-managed software solution for businesses.

Self-managed software requires no coding and is easily designed, built and managed by even non-technical people. For too long businesses have been held hostage by solutions that either require custom coding or that are too complex to manage without engaging external resources.

Kradle was created by a businessman who grew tired of the limitations imposed by software vendors and decided to liberate other small and medium-sized businesses like his own by creating a system that is:

  • Flexible enough to suit any business,
  • Scalable enough for growing businesses,
  • Powerful enough to compete with enterprise-grade systems,
  • Affordable enough for even the smallest business, and
  • Easy enough to use so that even non-technical people could design, build and manage a customized system that perfectly fits their business.

Kradle software includes a no-code database, designed and built by the user, custom workflows, and powerful analytics across both the database and the workflows.

For a full list of features, check out Our Solution page.

 

Built for Business

Because many businesses struggle to move beyond survival mode, our tools enable them to reach a new level of productivity — enabling them to do more of what they do best.

Grows with You

Kradle is hosted within the Microsoft Azure Cloud and has been created using an SQL, relational database. This means that it is fast, safe and unlimited.

FAQ's

  • What is SQL?

    SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to communicate with a database. It is a programming language used for managing and retrieving data held within a database. One of the main benefits of SQL is that it means businesses can run queries to retrieve large amounts of data quickly and efficiently.

  • What is a relational database?

    A relational database is a collection of data organized as a set tables from which data can be accessed. An example of one table might include customer details such as name, address and phone number while another might include order details like product type, purchase amount and customer. An employee could then run a query (using SQL) on the customers that purchased a certain product and add parameters on price for a more specific set of data.

  • What are the benefits of storing data in Azure Cloud?

    In a nutshell: access, performance, data backup and security.

    Microsoft has leveraged its decades-long experience of building enterprise software and running some of the world’s largest online services to create a robust set of security technologies and practices. This means that Azure infrastructure is resilient to attack, safeguards user access to the Azure environment and helps keep data secure through encrypted communications as well as threat management and mitigation practices, including regular penetration testing.

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We created Kradle Software because we felt that there was a gap in the market for SMEs and that it was due for disruption. Businesses have long been at the mercy of expensive consultancies offering limited options for customizable and integrated business solutions. That is until now.

Michael Haddon

CEO, Kradle