Funding Future Workflows
Workplace productivity firm AppFlowy wants to change how your project management ways with a fresh $6.4 million in funding.
AppFlowy’s delivers a self-hostable, customizable solution to its customers, signaling a growing interest in open-source alternatives in the productivity software space.
Changing the Game
The current landscape of workplace productivity tools, dominated by giants like Notion, showcases the lucrative potential of collaboration software, particularly in the remote work era.
However, proprietary solutions often leave businesses craving more control and security without vendor lock-ins. This is where AppFlowy steps in, offering self-hosting as well as end-to-end encryption, all without data portability worries.
Open Source, Open Future
AppFlowy seeks to put data control in the hands of its users. The open-source feature also enables rapid innovation through community contributions, potentially fast-tracking new functionalities.
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