An Operations Developer (OpsDev) is someone in an organisation dedicated to building tailored workflows that empower all team members to do their best work.
It’s a new and emerging role. We believe that over the next decade or two, most companies will have an OpsDev (or teams of them) working across the company building and refining processes tailored to their specific needs.
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We embed operations developers in companies to build out custom internal processes.
CRMs, custom dashboard, sales pipelines, content management systems — whatever you may need. You can have it all in one place, built exactly how you need it, right now, tomorrow, and next year.
Augment your team with a new technical member now.
The foundation of the OpsDev tool kit are no-code or low-code tools. An OpsDev can have an entire custom workflow built in the time it takes you to brief your internal dev team on what you're looking to build.
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“A guild is an association of artisans and merchants who oversee the practice of their craft/trade in a particular area.”
We see operations development as a craft. Due to the rapid developments we are seeing in the nocode space, the best practices in this craft are likely to evolve quite substantially across time. This means that ongoing education will feature heavily in the lives of an operations developer.
In the past, guilds were the places where aspiring craftsmen would go to learn the trade and eventually become a masters. The craft of being an OpsDev is emerging; best practices are yet to be established and are likely to change.
We believe a guild structure is the best way for us to establish a community of craft around being an Operations Developer.