AppSheet is the intelligent, no-code platform trusted by over 200,000 app creators around the world including Clearlink, Enterprise, ESPN, Pepsi, Husqvarna, and more.
Build apps directly from your cloud-based spreadsheets (e.g. Google Sheets, Excel, and Smartsheet) and databases (mySQL, postgreSQL, AWS DynamoDB, etc.) to streamline your business operations.
Common use cases include inventory management, field data capture, equipment and safety inspections, custom CRMs, fleet management, field sales, property management, and more.
Build a no-code App in 4 ways: 1) Connect your data sources 2) Copy a sample app. 3) Use an add-on for Google Sheets, Forms, or Excel. 4) Start from SPEC, our natural language declarative programming tool
WORKING WITH REMOTE TEAMS
AppSheets helps teams connect Spreadsheets saved in Google Drive, Box, and Drobpox with remote users through the AppSheet App. Remote users can access the data in rich and simplified ways and are able to edit an add new data for a complete workflow.
Millions of people manage projects using Google Sheets, Excel, and Smartsheet. AppSheet helps project managers display and share project data through a mobile device with other team members and stakeholders. Keep data centralized in a core spreadsheet and share only the parts that their audience needs to see. No more managing dozens of files that go back and forth via email!
Manage study plans, school rosters, grading, and group work with a single spreadsheet. See the data on a mobile device using AppSheet through the interactive app that allows for form entry, charts, maps, text summaries and image galleries that can be shared with students and colleagues. Select customers include Harvard and the University of Michigan.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT AND ENGAGEMENT:
Keep track of your pipeline on a Google Sheet and access the data through AppSheet for an enhanced and streamlined view. You can also interact with your spreadsheet data in new ways like building maps from your data, calling to telephone numbers listed on the spreadsheet, sending emails to contacts listed in your spreadsheet, and building catalogs using image galleries to keep your customers updated in your most recent offerings.