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How low-code impacts an organisation

Updated: May 31, 2023

Low-code is a method to develop applications using visual user interfaces and modular building blocks, and that requires minimal manual coding. It has a significant impact on organisations and can offer several benefits. We list them for you here.

Improved efficiency

Low-code platforms can significantly reduce application development time, allowing organisations to quickly deploy new applications and save time and resources.

Higher productivity

A low-code approach allows inexperienced software users and IT staff to work together on building applications, enabling IT staff to focus on more complex tasks, while end users can build the applications they need themselves

Greater flexibility

Using low-code means that applications can be built and adapted quickly, and this allows organisations to respond more easily to evolving customer needs and market conditions.

Fewer IT bottlenecks

Low-code enables users to build applications themselves and without the intervention of IT experts, reducing pressure on IT staff and keeping delays to a minimum.

Improved control and compliance

Low-code can help improve control and compliance with business rules and regulation, because it allows IT staff to determine which building blocks and constraints should be applied in building applications.

Low-code can have a major impact on an organisation as it helps speed up the application development process, improve efficiency and productivity, and enhance the organisation's ability to respond swiftly to changing circumstances.



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