No Code Design: Apps, Bots, and Generative AI

Without a single line of code:

Create your own Apps and bots intuitively

Dare to use complex rules, use OCR and AI

Interconnect your Apps with the computer ecosystem

Ensure access security at any time



For interconnected Apps open to your ecosystem.

1. Design your flow

Dessinez votre flux

2. Assign the roles

Attribuez les roles

3. Design your interfaces

Dessinez vos interfaces sur les taches

4. Define the management rules & interconnect your Apps

Definissez les regles de gestion interconnectez vos apps

AI, OCR, QR Code, Photo…

Disruptive: Generative AI

Ask the AI to model your apps for you … without exposing your data.

Real-time Apps Generation


Express your need, the AI models the app in ROK.


Interfaces and forms are automatically generated.


Tasks are automatically assigned to the right people in alignment with your directory


Chat with the AI to improve your apps in real-time

Centralization, digitalization, and standardization of your processes and regulations


Enter your processes in Word, PDF format… and let the AI model your flow diagrams in ROK


Centralize and standardize your processes in record time


Automatically assign information to the right people

Create an Apps and connectors store


Use AI to generate connectors (APIs, Web services) to share


Use AI to create process repositories to share with your collaborators

The AIs used by ROK are external to the platform to ensure total data confidentiality; generative AI becomes a knowledgeable accelerator that complements your No Code platform.


A professional and intuitive studio.

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Drag-and-drop graphical interface


Extended graphical palette


Simplified connector integration through AI


Customization of the mobile interface

ROK… in your image.


What no other application offers you.

Any collaborating movement updates your streams

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Any stream modification updates your permissions

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Because ROK manages hierarchies (responsibilities) rather than individuals


The Who’s Who module

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The No Code module

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Dynamic rights allocation

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The main problem with No Code applications is that their proliferation compromises cybersecurity… whereas ROK strengthens it.


A complete workshop.

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Workflow engine

designer tache

Task designer


Rule engine

macro actions

Macro actions


Connectors / AI

Model even complex applications, orchestrate workflows, connect existing systems, and create robots.

ATAWADAC dashboard

A 360-degree view of your business.


Task status visualization


Risk control


Electronic document management


Integration of BI and custom reports


Proactive alerts


What you need when you need it.


The best of Who’s Who and No Code.

1 - Input of information

Digitals inputs

Sources: HRIS, directories…

collect user


Source: Data entry form



Onboarding, moove, outboarding flows

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Up-to-date application mapping

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3 - ITSM


Pre-existing applications

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Other applications


ROK will ensure real-time integrity between collaborators, assets, and application rights by building on what already works and filling in the gaps.

Comparative analysis: ROK vs other IBPM solutions, RPA, Low code / No Code

With its unique No Code modeling capability and its access rights management-centered approach, ROK offers unparalleled flexibility, simplicity, and security

  • A true no-code platform, unlike mere renowned low-code solutions (limited connector list, lack of easy access for modification and maintenance, etc).
  • Simple modeling, even for complex scenarios.
  • Rapid and secure deployment in the cloud of interconnected applications (natural language APIs) in just a few days, both well-documented and easily maintainable.
  • Instantly provide agile and secure access to applications.
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  • No-code interface for accessible automation to accelerate manual task processing and avoid errors, without the usual complexity in implementation that can be encountered.
  • Integration of human intelligence into the automation process.
  • Enables non-specialized users to create robots tailored to operational needs.
  • Managing business processes completely without code.
  • Designing and optimizing workflows accessible to non-technical users.
  • Direct integration of access management, communication, risk, project management, and other functionalities.
  • Simplified creation of API connectors through a natural language interface.
  • Traceable exchanges and annotations for transparent communication with all stakeholders (users, security, technical teams, external contractors).
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ROK Decoder: Your Questions, Our Answers!

The No Code has never been so clear.

Why use No Code platforms?

No code platforms aim to accelerate digital development by eliminating the need for manual coding and reducing deployment times. They contribute to the democratization of digital creation by empowering business users (citizen developers), thereby fostering innovation and freeing up time for IT teams. Overall, they enable significant cost reductions and offer a consistently positive ROI.

What are the limitations of these solutions?

Although these platforms offer a variety of pre-designed patterns and components, they are limited in terms of presentation possibilities and customization. Similarly, while offering a range of components and connectors, they encounter feasibility issues when deviating from standard applications (complex apps). Additionally, by nature (due to their widespread use) and by design, they open up vulnerabilities to cybercriminals and present security flaws that are difficult to manage.

Customization seems to be a limitation in No Code; what about with ROK?

Beyond providing a range of more or less extensive pattern models that no code solutions offer, ROK features a unique design workshop. Its intuitive drag-and-drop graphical interface and extensive graphic palette facilitate the creation of customized applications in a manner similar to PowerPoint, which offers patterns but also allows you to design a completely original slide from scratch. An ingenious rule engine enables the creation of both unique and multiple forms within the same application, thus opening the door to complex applications when the majority of offerings are limited to single forms.

The range of connectors seems to be limited to the store offered by the provider; what about with ROK?

ROK offers a modeling interface that allows the integration of any web service, including SOAP or REST, in natural language, i.e., without coding. ROK has also integrated AI to accelerate connector creation, assisting the modeler who wants to move faster. With this AI, ROK makes the use of a connector store, which is not always up-to-date and in any case limited, redundant. Finally, for the reluctant computer scientist or those dealing with a proprietary or very complex interface, ROK offers the possibility to code their own connector.

Another cited limitation of No Code is security. Does ROK take this issue seriously?

Indeed, the multitude of apps that can be developed, the ability to interconnect them with sensitive pre-existing company systems, and the fact that the solution is placed in the hands of non-IT users significantly increase the risk of security breaches. In terms of security, ROK is defined as ‘compliant & secure by design.’ It natively integrates the ability to interface with HRIS, IAM tools, and electronic directories like AD. The platform manages access mapping in real-time and transparently for the designer, including those related to the created application. It links with the company’s organizational charts, clearly exposing new areas of responsibility and automatically updating the risk mapping of SoD.

We have internal workflow solutions; what's the difference with no code, and isn't it redundant?

A no code application is designed to allow the creation of applications without writing source code. They aim to democratize app development, making it accessible to non-developers. A workflow software, on the other hand, is designed to automate processes and focuses on modeling, automating, and optimizing business workflows to improve operational efficiency, reduce human errors, and ensure better business process management. The goals are different; the former enables the creation of simple apps without worrying about their integration within the ecosystem or really about the impact in terms of optimizations and performance, while the latter aims at performance and optimization. They are therefore complementary, and sometimes redundant, which is unfortunate, costly overall, and not optimal from a security perspective.

ROK seems to combine No Code and workflow; what about that?

ROK is genetically an iBPMs solution. As such, it aims at organizational performance and business flow automation. Similarly, it allows for the generation of organizational charts, managing computer accesses, handling document management, and risk management. Significant work has been done to make it a fully no-code platform. As a result, in a single solution, you can aim for both the democratization of rapid and innovative applications and contribute to the automation and performance of your organization. This is made possible in a single platform that also guarantees the clarity of roles and responsibilities and the mapping of application rights, ensuring perfect security of what is developed.

There's a lot of talk about AI; what about at ROK?

AI is completely transforming our way of working while also raising real issues of confidentiality, as its learning is through the data it processes… therefore, your data. We have already integrated AI to create connectors (APIs) with third-party applications of your IT system under the modeler’s control. In June ’23, we will offer a brand new way to create applications via AI and a conversational interface, allowing this AI to propose an app through ROK that matches your wish, which you can amend in real

What is the cost of the platform?

The platform can be contracted either OnPremise or as SaaS. The average cost per user for SaaS is less than 5 euros.

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