Low-code is fast becoming the go-to tool for organisations across Europe as they seek to rapidly transform digitally and solve critical business issues. Low-code platforms offer a new way to unite IT and business, with the ability to extend automation solutions and digital apps enterprise wide. They offer a user-friendly workflow interface that lets both professional developers and non-technical business users work together on solution design and development.
Outdated, manual processes are inefficient and don’t provide the data-backed insights and automated workflows organisations need to stay competitive in the digital age. A good low-code platform and the right service partners can help.
The digital transformation potential of too many European businesses is being stalled. Legacy systems may be partially to blame, but there are other challenges at play, too. IDC conducted a study to uncover the main reasons today’s businesses are struggling to digitise. They found three overarching barriers to modernisation:
Low-code platforms are designed to make business processes, app development, and data integration faster and easier—no coding skills required. Here’s just some of what low-code lets you do for your business:
The rapid pace of innovation and change in the intelligent process automation sector makes it very hard for an organisation to stay on top of product capabilities that are not its core function. Service partners have a critical role to play in helping customers navigate the complexity of designing, building, managing, and orchestrating digital transformation initiatives involving low-code.
Appian partnered with PwC Switzerland and Accenture and their clients to support complex, end-to-end projects with low-code. Read the full IDC infobrief to learn more about Appian’s partnerships with Accenture and PwC and how low-code service partners are accelerating digital business outcomes across Europe.