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What is low-code?

Low-code is the easiest way to develop business applications, fast. It’s essentially process automation on steroids. You map the process you want to create – including steps, actions and end points – and the software takes care of the rest. And once you have your app, you can test, refine and improve it on an ongoing basis.


What are the benefits of low-code?


Solve process issues, fast

Cut development time

Take the pressure off IT – now non-developers can share the development burden


What can you build with low-code?


You can create all kinds of applications using low-code: little or large. It’s up to you whether you build a cafe or a cathedral.


Four use cases for low-code



Get it to process your orders

Simplify the order process by creating one application that can be used by everyone in your company. That way, there’s no endless cycle of (unread) emails and everything syncs up nicely.


Shatter data silos

Get rid of data silos by creating one system to rule them all. Pull all your customer data together in one central repository that updates automatically. And retain complete control over who sees what, when.


Offer a new service in days

Create apps X10 faster by giving business users the tools they need to build products themselves. Say someone wants to build a mortgage application app. They drag-and-drop the components they need, get IT to test it and then (pending approval) upload it to your site. It’s as simple as that.


Cut out the virtual clutter

Spend less time in your inbox by creating an app for storing admin documents. Meeting minutes, action lists, related content – you can drop it all in app and upload it to your intranet. You can even automate email alerts so people know when you’ve uploaded something relevant to them.
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We’ve shown we can transform existing services with low-code. Having the ability to create new, digitally-enabled services proves our vision has been justified.
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What used to take two days to do now takes ten minutes.