Lots of research data, no suitable software
According to the requirements of good scientific practice, all experiments and the resulting data must be clearly documented and archived. For a long time, due to a lack of any alternatives, recording data was done by hand or individually with standard software such as Word and Excel. This system was inefficient, prone to errors, and not protected well enough against manipulation. Dr. Aswendt was therefore looking for a more efficient solution.
However, there was nothing suitable in the commercial range of scientific software, and he lacked the know-how and resources for conventional in-house development. Then he came across the low-code database Ninox.