Low Code/No Code for the Business Side

It may have sounded too good to be true when low-code and no-code technologies started to appear a few years ago. After all, they were promised as an elixir that would shift application development responsibilities from the professional programmer to end users in departments such as marketing, inventory, payroll, and finance. Did those tools eliminate … Read more

Satisfying Meal or Junk Food?

Until recently, programmers alone possessed the power to write the code that directed various aspects of our professional and personal lives. What they created, the rest of us learned how to use so we can function in an digitalized world. But soon, software ate the world and the programming hierarchy had to come up with … Read more

Why Consigli Went Low Code for Project Management

When a construction company takes on a job, the work can involve complex input from a host of professionals that include contractors, architects, and building committees — but using a low-code platform for project management can alleviate some of the headaches that might arise in the process. “We often, and most construction companies, struggle with … Read more

General Catalyst’s Clark Talks Opportunistic Investing in Tech

With the next evolution of compute, data, software, and cloud still taking shape, venture capital firm General Catalyst looks for opportunities to back innovators who might speak to the new needs of the market. Companies might be angling to bring workers back to the office but not every staffer is going to let go of … Read more

Dawn Foods Tries a Low-Code Recipe for QA Testing Automation

With its digital transformation strategy already accelerated by the pandemic, bakery ingredient distributor Dawn Foods opted to further its plans by using intelligent test automation company Mapl for a transition to low-code SaaS automated testing. The intent of going low code for testing was to maintain the pace of going digital and to better integrate … Read more

Can AI Lead the Way in Low Code/No Code App Development?

In the span of a few years, low-code and no-code platforms, which reduce the burden on professional developers to create certain apps, have matured vastly. They have become resources large enterprises explore to speed up app development, but can that carry over new, more intensive needs such asAI app development in a substantial way? Gartner … Read more

The Benefits of Adopting a Low-Code/No-Code Development Platform

Not so long ago, when an enterprise required a new information system, it either had to hire a developer or acquire off-the-shelf software. Today, however, there’s another option: low-code/no-code applications. Low-code/no-code applications allow organizations to build custom systems without the need to either hire teams or outsource the work. Low-code/no-code development platforms represent yet another … Read more

Why Low Code is the Great Unifier for Total Experience

(Sponsored article) The Great Resignation: We’ve read about it and likely have tried it on our own teams. The pandemic has rearranged their lives, causing many to leave the workforce. Many organizations suffer from talent gaps, and struggle to fill these roles while retaining existing employees. At the same time, they work to provide excellent … Read more

Why a Low-Code Development Recipe Worked for Pampered Chef

As their business becomes more and more digital, Pampered Chef has found a way to increase its online connection to its customer base through a platform developed using low-code resources. Shiv Dutt, vice president of innovation at Pampered Chef, spearheaded a low-code strategy that leveraged Iterate.ai to create a tabletop trading platform — a move … Read more