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Working more efficiently with low-code

Low-code development is a method that allows organisations to build applications with minimal manual programming skills. Instead of writing code, developers use graphical user interfaces and drag-and-drop tools to build applications. This has several advantages for organisations looking for ways to work more efficiently.

Reduced development time

With low-code development, applications can be developed much faster than with traditional code. This is because developers do not have to code every component of the application manually. The use of pre-built modules and templates helps to reduce development time from weeks to just a few days.

Cost savings

Low-code means that organisations no longer need to spend large budgets on expensive developers. With the right training, internal staff can build and maintain low-code applications, significantly reducing the cost of development

Fewer errors

Manual programming comes with human errors, such as typos and programming mistakes. Low-code means fewer errors because much of the work is done by the system itself. The chance of system bugs is consequently smaller and there is less need for troubleshooting.

Improved collaboration

Low-code development can improve collaboration across teams and departments because it allows anyone to contribute to the development process with minimal training and without extensive programming knowledge. This can improve collaboration between different departments within an organisation.

Faster implementation

Low-code applications can be implemented faster than traditional applications, because they are developed on the basis of modules that have already been built and tested. This allows organisations to react swiftly to changes in the market and to release new applications faster.

Low-code development offers organisations many advantages. It can lead to faster development times, cost savings, fewer errors, better collaboration and faster deployment.



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