Nulab’s diagramming software Cacoo continues pursuing its innovation strategy by adding a new productivity feature and new integrations.
New York – Cacoo, the cloud-based visual collaboration platform by Nulab, today announced the release of its new database schema importer. It’s the latest of a series of recent product updates aimed to make the diagramming software more innovative and user friendly than ever.
The newly added database schema importer will allow storing database schemas into Cacoo to support users in processing complex concepts and data visually.
“Our team is determined to help innovators and disruptors turn their greatest ideas into reality,” says Shinsuke Tabata CMO at Nulab. “As a developer myself, I understand that designing database schemas is an essential step in the creative process of any software or website,” he continues. “That’s why adding the database schema importer to Cacoo was an essential step for us.”
Once a database diagram is imported from the schema, team members can use Cacoo to update it, edit it, and detect changes in real-time. The new feature is designed to make access to essential information easier.
“Cacoo is the answer to those old-fashioned, complicated diagramming apps that add an extra layer of difficulty to the workflow organization. Cacoo is a very easy-to-use visual productivity platform. It helps team leaders structure their project strategy, creatives develop ideas, and it keeps everyone up to speed with the project activities,” added Mr Tabata. “And to make collaboration and communication even simpler, we recently released three new integrations. Now our customers can quickly connect Cacoo with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft OneDrive, and Zapier. They can enjoy using these fantastic applications without leaving Cacoo”.
Cacoo also offers integrations with several other productivity tools, including Dropbox, AWS, Google Drive, Adobe Creative Cloud, Slack, and Atlassian Confluence.
Used by millions of users worldwide, Cacoo is a cost-effective, cloud-based productivity platform designed for any team, from individuals to corporations. The software gives the ability to create, store, and work with diagrams in real-time.
Founded in 2004 in Japan, Nulab creates productivity software used by over 4 million people in over 190 countries. The company has offices in New York, Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo, Kyoto, and Fukuoka.
For more information, visit https://nulab.com/.
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