Full product breakdown


  • To an unlimited number of users at all times
  • All tools & features to choose from
  • All apps and components to select & apply
  • Support & Helpdesk
  • User skill development
  • Enterprise architecture
  • Process engineering
  • Project management


  • From any device via progressive web
  • Each user controls access to his/her tools and apps for an unlimited number of other users 
  • Access rights to all features read & write, or read-only


  • Section unique to each user
  • Section for sharing work
  • Section for corporate management
  • Section for establishing business relationships
  • Section for creating, closing and executing contracts
  • Section for centralised & distributed document management
  • Section for sharing and managing apps
  • Section for managing notifications
  • Section for managing reports and analytical data
  • Section for chatting, video conferencing & fast info+data exchange


Work object can be a representation of 

  • Task
  • Event
  • Document
  • Opportunity
  • Contract
  • Invoice
  • Report
  • Investment object
  • Organisation
  • Project
  • Working crew
  • Person

Each work object contains three stages of its state change: 

  • Inputs
  • Throughputs 
  • Outputs

Each input & output may have one of the following forms: 

  • Any physical parameters & measures
  • Any financial values, currencies & conversions via actual index
  • Any time-related values & frequencies
  • Any serial numbers, barcodes or QR codes (data warehousing)
  • Any GPS coordinates
  • Any legal form or link to specific laws & regulations
  • Any description with parametrical functions
  • Any contextual or process combinations such as more/less than, all except, tolerance +/-, does have/does not have, must have/must not have, etc.
  • Document
  • Comment
  • Description
  • Financial volume or calculation
  • Time
  • GPS coordinates


Content tools

  • Roles
  • Competencies
  • Capacities
  • Rights
  • Rules
  • Resources
  • Time
  • Routing
  • Formulas
  • Supervisory control
  • Optimisation algorithms

Context tools

  • Create
  • Select
  • Cut
  • Copy
  • Paste
  • Drag & Drop
  • Export
  • Import
  • Link
  • Propagate
  • Aggregate
  • Delete

Imaging tools

  • WBS
  • Flowchart
  • Gantt chart
  • Calendar
  • Linkage
  • Line graph
  • Bar graph
  • Combo chart
  • Scatterplot
  • Waterfall chart
  • Pie graph
  • Histogram
  • Gauge chart
  • Area graph
  • Spider chart


  • Each work object can be linked, combined, grouped, propagated and aggregated with any number of other objects across the system
  • Each group of work objects can be assigned with certain functions, logical operators, and mathematical formulas
  • Each work object can contain an unlimited number of processes
  • Each process can contain an unlimited number of sub-processes etc.
  • Each process can contain an unlimited number of  objects
  • Each process can contain an unlimited number of process steps

User Interface

  • Language mutations
  • Automated translation of user content
  • Selection of sections
  • Selection of components
  • Selection of linkages
  • Selection of apps
  • Hierarchical customisation (each level of operations has its own GUI)
  • Professional customisation (each profession has its own GUI)
  • Individual customisation (each user has his/her own GUI)
  • Aesthetic customisation (fonts, colours, logos)
  • Combinations of all the above


  • Photo
  • Audio
  • Video
  • Speech-to-text
  • IOT
  • AR
  • VR

Data Connectivity

  • Business registers
  • Google Docs
  • Google Translate
  • Dropbox
  • MS Project
  • Formats: csv, xml, pdf, html


  • Tools for saving and reusing all created apps, processes, and components
  • Tools for sharing apps with other selected users
  • Tools for selling & buying apps


Continuous development

  • New features each month
  • Custom development when required

Why all this flexibility

The way of meeting requirements 

After having spent 8 years of dealing with a diverse group of SMEs and creating their systemic solutions, we have come to the understanding each of them had been interested in a slightly different way of doing business. 

And yet, they need to work seamlessly together. 

Imagine a model example when one company uses Excel as their primary viewpoint, another one is keen on Dropbox, and a third one has recently embraced Slack. By their choices, they are forced to sharing data and documents via email and phone, subsequently having no real-time control, no auditable track record, and no data cohesion as a group. Just to make sure everybody is informed, they circulate a flood of emails to whoever is on the list with one sure result - no one reads them. And that is the most common practice.

In this case, Constream offers a simple ambition:

Being a global signpost for information - recording, processing and displaying data any way you want to see them and yet, assuring their cohesion and consistency on all sides.