White Paper: Creatio
"The only sustainable advantage you can have over others is agility.” This quote, which is often attributed to Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, is an important reminder that technology alone is not enough to compete effectively in an increasingly digital world. Your closest rivals are already adopting business processes and employing robust platforms to further their digital transformation maturity. For your organization to stay ahead of these competitors, you must be able to conceptualize, create, and implement new technology quickly. Enter low code, a software development approach that focuses on efficiency and accessibility. Low-code platforms provide IT with the tools to more quickly deliver tech solutions in house. In addition, app creation is no longer solely in the hands of technically inclined software developers — everyday business users can even use low-code platforms to create apps themselves. With low code, drag-and-drop user interfaces replace line-by-line coding. Automation replaces manual efforts. And, most importantly, speed replaces lengthy development timelines. In fact, Forrester indicates that low-code platforms can make software development as much as 10x faster than traditional methods.1 It’s no wonder the market for low-code platforms is growing by an estimated 40% annually, with spend expected to surpass $21 billion by 2022. Low code is here to stay, and more and more organizations are embracing it as a strategy to achieve sustainable success and compete effectively. Read on to learn more about low code, its impact on organizational agility, and steps you can take to choose a low-code platform that’s right for your organization.