For Kintone users, working remotely is suspiciously easy. The powerful workplace platform offers teams a 360-degree vision of everything they need to stay up-to-date at work: data, conversations, status reports. And they can see it from any internet connected device.

But what sets this platform apart isn’t just its features–it’s the culture infused around it.
“Kintone is as much as a philosophy as it is a product,”

says Dav Landa, CEO of Kintone Corporation. Kintone Corporation is the U.S. branch of Cybozu, a Japan-based groupware company that set records when it launched.

The bellow are the highlights of the Interview with Insights Success a Best Business Magazine.

“Oftentimes, people want software to solve their problems. To make things like remote work easier,” says Dave. “They think, ‘if only I could see reports from my phone, or access that document that’s in someone else’s email.’ They hope new features or editions will fix the struggles they face around their job. But having access to reports on your phone isn’t a fix-all solution if you’ve got young children at home who need constant help logging into their Zoom classes. Being able to access that spreadsheet in someone else’s email won’t feel like much if you’ve just been told your company expects you back in the office after you’ve bought a house outside the commuting zone.”

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