Take a look at the major differences between TrackVia and QuickBase.
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Rapid Application Deployment
TrackVia provides a true drag-and-drop user interface and model-driven development across the entire system. Although not required, TrackVia also provides advanced developer features, such as App Scripts, Microservices, and a robust API, for deep customization and integration.
Average deployment time is 2-3 weeks.
QuickBase is “no-code” platform, which may sound good in theory, but it heavily limits users ability to create anything but the simplest of applications. Their lightweight apps struggle to handle robust and critical processes and lack enterprise-class administrative features.
TrackVia is a fully cloud-based system, delivering next-generation cloud capabilities via Amazon Web Services (AWS), including enterprise-class scalability, real-time provisioning, active-active redundancy & system back-up.
QuickBase does not provide a true, modern cloud-based environment for application development and deployment. As a result, they often lack scalability and require manually creating new back-end environments.
TrackVia is a mobile-first solution, which allows users to build their application once and with a single click, instantly deploy it across the Web, iOS and Android. There’s no separate system to learn or manage. No need to download additional software or wait on App Store submissions.
QuickBase only delivers “responsive”-design mobile apps. This results in a poor user experience and a lack of advanced mobile capabilities, such as capturing signatures, taking photos, scanning barcodes, offline mode and more.
TrackVia provides multiple ways to quickly and easily connect your applications to virtually any other legacy system. This includes a simple drag-and-drop connector tool from Zapier, a robust API with dozens of SDKs, and custom microservices capabilities.
QuickBase Integrations with other systems rely heavily on the installation of separate add-ons and external modules, making integration efforts more cumbersome and difficult. The need for third-party components add unnecessary complexity to your environment, making it less stable and secure.
Total Cost of Ownership
TrackVia typically costs a fraction of what other enterprise low-code systems charge. Users can also start simple by building a single application and expanding their usage over time. TrackVia’s intuitive design also eliminates costly and time-consuming administrator and end-user training.
QuickBase is an entry-level tool and thus is priced as such. The opportunity cost of your operations outgrowing what their system can support and their limited scalability is another factor to consider.
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