Enterprise Applications

Low-Code Tools: Fuel Business Transformation at Digital Speed

Provided by Appian

Category Enterprise Applications

Type White Paper

Length 9

Publish Date June 13 2016

Date posted August 11 2016


Businesses face growing pressure to operate at digital speed. New expectations from both customers and internal users have left companies facing mounting pressure to accelerate their everyday operations.

Moving at the speed of digital business requires meaningful innovation. In particular, companies must:

- Ensure employees have access to the right information
regardless of where they are and which device they use.
- Coordinate processes across various business channels
and throughout the organization.
- Create healthy, meaningful customer interactions on
web, social, mobile and traditional touchpoints.
- Develop internal and customer-facing apps that meet
the changing expectations of your various end users.

Low code development tools are critical in meeting these demands. By favoring visual composition over traditional coding, they allow you to quickly develop apps that your customers want, remove the barriers between Business and IT, and support continuous collaboration and improvement.

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