4 months, 9 industries and 30 usecases later

Zorp has been in Beta for around 4 months now. During this time, our customers are using Zorp for 30 different use cases across
- Field Sales
- Fintech
- Ecommerce
- Logistics
- Grocery Delivery
- Mobility
- Vehicle repairs
And many more..
On a rough estimate, we've saved over 70K hours of development across these use cases so far.

On a larger note, the developer effort saved is the smaller of the wins. The real benefit to companies using a higher order composable platform like Zorp is the velocity at which it enables a company to iterate and grow.

Say, two companies are in the same business and building similar products and one is iterating much faster in their product development, you will clearly know who's going to win. Some analogous mental frameworks are how compounding works in finance or Inventory turnover works in retail.

The real benefit we aim to enable is the ability for businesses to grow and iterate at a much higher pace than it is meaningfully possible with internal development.

One of the interesting learnings is that the ecosystem is changing in the way they build products. Traditionally, a company is fully dependent on the engineering team for the technical output. The rest of the teams at best are restricted to Google Sheets. But that is changing. The so called "non-technical" users are no longer the reality. Everyone understands technology and the only difference is that they cannot code. That's where the new age no-code/composable platforms are making it easy for the users of the product to build the product.

This trend is only going to go up. Just like how managing excel sheets is a skill among Ops today, these tools will become yet another tool in their kit. And once these are shown to provide value, it has a natural progression into the rest of the org.

We believe this is the beginning of a massive change in how companies build products. Just like how cloud enabled engineering teams build and iterate much faster, the new age tools are going to enable non-engineering teams to build products for themselves so the engineering teams will focus on the core value proposition of the company.

With the learnings and progress we've had so far, we're building a new set of capabilities that will really accelerate the way companies build products for their deskless teams. We can't wait to share it with you.