Noloco featured in Silicon Republic

June 19, 2023
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Noloco, a Dublin-based start-up co-founded by Darragh Mc Kay and Simon Curran, is making strides in the business automation sector by allowing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to build custom internal apps without the need for coding. The no-code or low-code platform is designed for non-technical entrepreneurs who want to avoid reliance on off-the-shelf software that may not fully accommodate their specific business workflows. Noloco's solution involves converting SMEs' data into tailor-made applications that optimize business operations without getting tangled in technical details. The platform allows team members to create a range of custom business tools such as internal tools, client portals, and CRMs that perfectly fit their business processes.

Noloco allows users to configure their app's interface and interactions through a point-and-click interface. The start-up, which completed the Y Combinator program and raised seed funding, currently has a "small but mighty team" of four, focusing on engineering and customer activation. Despite a couple of pivots since their inception, the company sees great potential in no-code technology as less than 1% of the world's population can code. According to Mc Kay, Noloco's mission is to empower people to build the tools they need without having to learn coding.

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