Discover the potential of low-code development
The “Gain more by doing less” white paper looks at the various benefits of low-code and explores how and when they can be leveraged to their full potential.
While unprecedently fast software development leading to an incredible speed to market are often the first benefits to gain attention, there are many more reasons why visual development is worth adopting.
Perhaps as important as anything else is how low-code platforms can help people to work better together – enabling effective collaboration between citizen developers, professional programmers, and business stakeholders.
From a coding perspective, low-code allows development teams to focus on service capabilities rather than service implementation and delivery. The visual coding tools take care of much of the important and non-value adding activities.
With low-code, you’ll be able to benefit from:
- faster development, which leads to a faster time to market.
- the opportunity to quickly test the potential of different ideas.
- the possibility to easily suggest updates and see them almost immediately.
- features that are demonstrated as part of a business application, rather than being described in a document.
In this white paper, you’ll also learn more about low-code’s most common use cases such as legacy modernisation and replacement, omni-channel access, data management, business processes and workflows, as well as AI and machine learning.
Download our white paper to discover how adopting low-code development can help your organisation.
The future of rapid application development
What the analysts are saying…
“The low-code market is expected to increase from $6.5 billion in 2019 to $21.2 billion in 2022 as more companies see the benefits of adopting the platform for their business needs. “
“...84% of enterprises have turned toward low-code for its ability to reduce strain on IT resources, increase speed-to-market, and involve the business in digital asset development.”
“By 2024, low-code will account for more than 65% of all application development activity.”
“Between 2018 – 2023, more than 500 million apps will be created. That’s more than the previous 40 years combined.”