Smartsheet Streamlines Enterprise Workflows and Processes Across Business Critical Platforms with Bridge

BELLEVUE, Wash., October 1, 2020 — Smartsheet (NYSE:SMAR), the enterprise platform for dynamic work, today announced the general availability of Bridge, a no-code automation engine that streamlines business processes by enabling workflows across applications and systems of record.

Bridge enables organizations to build complex, high-value workflows across mission critical platforms through a simple, no-code user interface. Teams can reduce time spent on manual and repetitive tasks using workflows that are triggered to run based on various actions. By applying business logic to data-driven actions, organizations will drive overall efficiency and accuracy allowing teams to spend more time on innovation.

“Today’s business processes often rely on multiple systems updated by manual tasks or IT intervention. But these systems are not always connected, leading to inefficiencies and data silos,” said Gene Farrell, Chief Product Officer at Smartsheet. “Bridge eliminates these barriers by connecting your critical enterprise systems, allowing for more sophisticated integrations and dynamic workflows — helping you gain a clear picture across systems to make informed decisions for your business and deliver quality work, faster.”

By implementing Bridge to enable cross-platform connections across a company’s business critical applications and systems like Marketo, Salesforce, or Slack, organizations will be able to achieve the following:

  • Automate multi-step, cross-platform processes by removing the need to manually input data into common workflows to accelerate quality work.
  • Deliver actionable insights on business health that help organizations make informed, confident decisions based on up-to-date information.
  • Build complex business workflows through a no-code interface that empowers users to orchestrate workflows between new or existing systems to meet evolving business needs.
  • Work on what matters most by eliminating repetitive tasks, improving processes, and freeing up time to complete projects.

“The ability to automate data across platforms is powerful, but having a solution that enhances Smartsheet workflows without code is something I’ve been looking for,” said Chad Eiring, Senior Manager of Data Science and Process Management at Vertiv. “Bridge takes automation to the next level by giving our team the ability to create complex workflows that transform data in new ways between Smartsheet and our most critical systems, and provides a cross-platform view of the business insights we need.”

Bridge is now generally available for all Smartsheet customers. Learn more at

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SOURCE: Smartsheet