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November 24, 2020 2 min read

Low-code solutions - why is everyone talking about them?


According to Gartner, IT is no longer just a platform that enables organisations to run their business on. It is becoming the engine that moves the business. As a result, Enterprise IT is moving ahead at warp speed, with constantly growing demands, the pressing need for digitisation and increasing buyer expectations.

For that reason, the low-code market is exploding with innovation, driving unprecedented value for customers as software applications can now be delivered in days, not weeks or months.

As a large, public or private sector organisation based in New Zealand -you might be considering low-code solutions as a means of rapidly delivering software solutions to meet the challenges of the increasingly digital marketplace. Businesses, government agencies and enterprise-level organisations are seeking to streamline workflows and automate processes wherever possible, now more than ever.

According to research by Gartner, low code is forecast to increase its share in application development activity to 65%, with three-quarters of large enterprises running on multiple low-code development tools by 2024. Not only that, but

This eBook looks at how adopting low-code solutions can deliver mission critical applications faster. The digital imperative for rapid application development is a guide to using low-code to empower New Zealand organisations to be more agile and efficient.

The eBook will help you to understand:

The potential barriers to innovation you need to look out for

Enterprises with large IT organisations, well-established business processes, and embedded systems are challenged by rapid change that can impact growth, revenue, and market share. This section outlines these challenges.

Eight ways to inject agility into your development process

This is a detailed look at how low-code empowers your IT team so they can focus on the business value of the applications they're developing. It outlines:

  1. Rapid development cycles
  2. Connectivity with existing systems
  3. Security assurance
  4. Iterative development processes
  5. Lower IT costs
  6. No product or vendor lock-in
  7. Future-proofing
  8. Better CX and customer satisfaction

What to expect when moving to low-code

What you can expect when deploying a low-code platform across your organisation – changes that will certainly impact your IT team and its processes, and also require a broader cultural realignment across the organisation.

Real-life low-code success stories

This section outlines how low-code has delivered value for two New Zealand organisations:

  1. JAE Cleaning Group needed a partner to build and support their new booking system. Their investment in digital transformation demonstrates to their customers and franchisees their commitment to be the market leader while increasing competitive advantage.
  2. Reframing the challenge of contactless compliance - in just four days, we were able to ideate, design and configure a virtual site inspection and workflow demonstration solution that could meet the challenges of contactless registration, virtual site inspection, tracking and compliance.

Low-code solutions are constantly innovating; they are a highly agile development approach ideal for enterprise-level corporate businesses and government agencies focussed on providing a digital experience to their stakeholders.

Now learn even more about low code - make sure to check out our full guide to agile low code development to help streamline your digital transformation.

Rethink your approach to a digital future. Download this eBook now.