EASA is a codeless rapid application development platform. It enables ultra-fast authoring and deployment of web applications which drive almost any underlying model or process within your enterprise.
Rapid Application Development Platform
Design & Simulation
Pricing & Cost Modeling
Proposal & Quote Generation
Legacy Code Modernization
Business Process Improvement
Contact for Pricing
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
EASA is a codeless rapid application development platform that enables ultra-fast authoring and deployment of web applications which drive almost any underlying model or process within an enterprise. EASA is used to build and publish applications that are highly tailored to specific processes and tasks within organizations. These custom applications enable end-users to complete their work more efficiently and with fewer errors, using any device with a browser – including mobile devices. EASA can be installed on-premises and accessed over a private network, or alternatively can be configured as a Platform-as-a-Service in the cloud. EASA enables rapid delivery of customized web based solutions to end-users, streamlining processes based on an organization’s existing software such as spreadsheets, analysis and reporting tools, as well as databases and legacy systems. Using the platform, users can deploy mathematical models developed in Excel, MATLAB, and MathCAD etc. as web apps which can be used by others who do not have experience with such models. Besides that, EASA software allows organizations to “lock-down” master versions of cost modeling and CPQ spreadsheets on a secure server. Users then access these “master” spreadsheets only via custom web applications created with EASA’s codeless application builder. This means that the authorized owner of a spreadsheet has access to maintain it but end-users only have access to the model’s functionality ensuring that the embedded algorithms and methods are protected from unauthorized distribution. EASA can also be used for business process improvement enabling an organization to create custom interfaces to multiple existing applications, giving users simplified access to key software tools and data and enabling entire processes to be improved.