Low-code application development will continue to increase in this era of fast change, providing companies with an opportunity to transform how they provide apps.
Fremont, CA: COVID-19 has demonstrated that every firm must be capable of adapting to change. When the epidemic struck, businesses got compelled to shift quickly. Long-standing corporate practices were rendered obsolete. Employees were relocated, cut off from business systems, data, and each other. However, businesses that could adapt quickly survived, even prospered, while those unable to do so suffered severe repercussions.
No industry is immune, from financial services and insurance to healthcare, life sciences, construction, retail, telecommunications, the public sector, etc. Furthermore, as companies across markets attempted to adapt to COVID's consequences, most discovered that they had not yet achieved any digital transformation success despite years of discussion. They all have to learn new methods to function by 2020. They also searched for new technology to assist them.
Because low-code platforms are change platforms, their popularity gets expected to skyrocket in 2020. In addition, low-code is fast becoming a must-have for companies and organizations that want to drive change quickly because of its flexible nature. As a result, Low-code may boost almost all organizational operations' efficiency, productivity, and agility, including sales and marketing, research and development, front-line customer care, and back-office finance, accounting, and human resources.
The beauty of low-code is that it brings all business resources — people, technology, and data – together in a single process. Users' apps are easily linked into the overall corporate architecture, ensuring that they are all coordinated and aligned with the company goals and high standards. It removes shadow IT and provides the organization with coordinated synergy.
When users can see the overall picture, users can guide robotic process automation (RPA) to the areas where it will provide the best results rather than applying it to the inappropriate use cases, which is common when users have tunnel vision and unconnected resources.
Improve business workers' efficiency and deliver more value to the customer with improved workflow automation. For example, users can decrease their old application portfolio, lower license fees, and reclaim on-premise storage space. In addition, legacy systems can be decluttered and streamlined into integrated processes.