The pandemic has put pressure on companies to digitize their business. However, there is not regular software for all processes, and the development of your own apps is time-consuming and expensive. Experts explains why low code is a good option and why it can help accelerate transformation. Many companies have advanced their digitization in the past few months in order to be able to continue business activities during the pandemic. The most important steps were mostly the equipment of the employees for home office and the introduction of new communication and providers. Now they are faced with the challenge of having to digitize many processes so that the distributed workforce can work together efficiently – both with one another and with business customers. A low-code approach helps you to quickly develop and use your own business apps according to the requirements of departments.
Fast App Creation
Thanks to modeling tools and ready-made software for many requirements such as rules or reports, companies develop their business apps with low-code ten times as quickly as with software development. The maintenance of the apps is also easier: adjustments, for example because they change, are implemented just as quickly as new functions are installed or errors are corrected.
Even complicated business processes can be easily digitized with the help of low code, because companies do not have to convert the entire thing into an app in one go. You can focus on the most important routes and build on continuously expanding the app.
Low-code does not rely on the specifications that are common in software development, but rather on close cooperation between departments and IT. Thanks to the intensive exchange, the business apps can be tailored much better to the requirements of departments whose employees participate in the development even without knowledge. Low-code quickly provides you with visible results so that you can identify and correct usability or weaknesses in the user journey during the development.