Despite a few solutions here and there, developing individual DAO governance tools is not financially feasible for all organizations; only those organizations with sufficient R&D funds or initial capital reserves can afford to do so. Hence, smaller organizations or those without capital reserves are left hanging. It is also worth mentioning that most DAOs who have existing toolchains and systems for Governance can only meet the most basic needs of Governance, i.e., voting and fund management. However, they are unable to fulfill other advanced needs, such as the combination of multiple decision-making forms, automated execution of governance behaviors, daily community governance communication, and many more. Moreover, even the few systems with open interfaces to customize needs have incredibly high technical requirements, making it nearly impossible for small and medium-sized organizations to work with.