Low-Code App Development doesn’t mean Low-End App Development for companies
Low-code app development means – following a modular building block principle – that companies are provided with a flexible tool that enables IT departments to develop modern customized apps fast. In the blink of an eye, you’ll be able to meet the enormous increase in demand for easy-to-use digital solutions by employees, suppliers & customers.
Low-code doesn’t mean low-end and is far more than just a gimmick for businesses. Just like the principle of building blocks, the software applications being built can become as complex as desired. The trick is to use the right imagination and planning to put the recurring building blocks together for each project to digitize paper processes or outdated ways of doing things to make employees’ day-to-day jobs indeed easier.
Low-code = faster, more stable software development
Low-code provides companies with solutions that users actually accept because they are a perfect fit. Furthermore, the digitization of the working world has experienced a tremendous acceleration, which means that the need for modern apps and solutions exceeds the capacities of corporate IT many times over. Therefore, the speed and scalability of enterprise app development must not only increase dramatically but also be easily deployable in the enterprise.
Low-code approach solves a huge bottleneck
Low-code eliminates much of the manual programming required by a highly trained software engineer. As a result, it allows companies unprecedented speed in developing and deploying new software and features. Gone are the days of waiting years or months for the next software release from IT. Low-code provides the right tool to enable project teams to design digital solutions in a truly agile way.
Stability and availability are the top priority
Neptune Software sets itself apart from market competitors by integrating the low-code app development platform [Neptune DXP] into companies’ existing structures. It does not require a pure cloud architecture or a modern security concept. Neptune DXP can be installed directly on the existing core systems – regardless of whether cloud or not – allowing the newly developed applications to fit in seamlessly and ensuring data security at all times.
Traditional division of labor between IT and business departments is dissolved
Thanks to low-code, the workforce can expect new solutions perfectly tailored to business processes and roles. Employees can finally enjoy digital products in the company that really change their daily work. With low-code, there is a growing trend toward “Fusion Teams.” These are multidisciplinary teams that combine technological and business expertise and share the development of applications.
In conclusion, a low-code approach to app development doesn’t mean you are taking a low-end approach to app development. By taking the low-code approach, you are venturing down the smart path to break down barriers between business and IT and truly become agile. The ability to digitize your processes can be done without breaking the bank – fast, at scale and with ease. Give low-code a try and see for yourself. We dare you!