Low-code bids to elevate customer relationship management

Are there are any depths to which low-code software application development cannot reach… and should that actually be heights? Among the principle practices within information technology potentially about to grow its usage of low-code functionality is Customer Relationship Management (CRM).


With the templates, short-cuts, reference guides and pre-configurations that low-code software offers, its ability to make things simpler for programmer-developers is widely lauded as means of building modern IT systems more quickly with expanded functionality. Where low-code strays into some even lower no-code drag-and-drop, it may also have applicability for some business users to help create software too.

Given this backdrop then, is low-code Customer Relationship Management really a sub-discipline in and of itself, or is this spin adding to an already quite noisy din?

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