Why choosing the right Low-Code development platform is key to Software-Driven Enterprise
It is this fundamental transformation that enterprise leaders must take on if they are to transform themselves into software-driven enterprises to accelerate and sustain digital transformation.
Software is now an essential driver of business with high competitive
value. Because of this, an organization’s software development capability
is now a strategic asset.
Enterprises must overcome long-standing and heavily entrenched perceptions about the nature of applications in the enterprise.
Challenge & Opportunity
As customer expectations continue to rise, this is creating a massive
backlog of unmet demand. It is not only the rapid development and
deployment of applications, but also the rapid and continuous adaptation
of applications that will deliver value in the modern enterprise.
Traditional approaches to software delivery simply cannot keep up.
To become a software-driven enterprise, organizations must find another
The emergence of Low-Code promised to overcome many of the issues, and do represent a huge leap forward in addressing current application development challenges. But Low-Code often comes with a series of trade-offs.
The reality is that enterprises recognize the need to change how they approach development. They see the promise that Low-Code platforms offer, but they want an approach that will allow them to have it all.
- The pros and cons of the two major forms of Low-Code development platforms.
- Why not adopting a Low-Code development platform that will incur a cost to enterprise IT organizations in the form of application sprawl, redundant efforts and security/privacy risks.
- The architecture and main characteristics of a Low-Code development platform that will allow enterprises to ‘have it all’ without having to compromise.
- Low-code and extensibility: why it’s important and what to look for. Why out-of-the-box functionality for Low-Code platforms will incur hand-coding.
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