A review of low and no-code tools, programming libraries and packages that can be used by enterprises, as well as by smaller companies to boost their test automation. Some are new, others have already been on the market for a while. All of them are worth giving a try.
Consumers want better service, better user experience, better functionality, new products and new solutions, RIGHT NOW. This creates enormous pressure, so companies race to innovate and launch quickly. But there are bear traps: innovation and development go hand in hand with technical debt.
Low-code is the perfect tool for creating scalable solutions that ensure employee empowerment and self-service for simple activities and tasks. This can significantly relieve HR departments of the overload of administrative matters.
See how we used low-code to enable our pharma client to stay transparent and compliant with European legislation
End-to-end, flexible low-code based solution integrated with all the peripheral systems in company to meet rigorous transparency regulations for the pharma industry.
Helping animal product manufacturer make a leap in sales and pricing processes management by implementing rebate and contract lifecycle tools that control and manage pricing policy.
Low-code is a fast and relatively inexpensive way to create business applications. Low-code also means low barriers (no need for advanced programming skills) to start developing apps. Is citizen development the future of IT? Will this be the main way for organizations to acquire new IT applications?
With COVID-19 looming, mindful shopping has become a thing. Consumers are more aware of the way they spend their money; they are more open to switching from products they usually buy to cheaper ones. They also do more research before they make the final purchase decision.
Building competitiveness by optimizing processes, increasing efficiency, and making decisions based on data obviously makes sense, and is a global trend. But let’s not forget about the good old price competition, and with it — tool sets necessary to carry out pricing policies effectively in globally competitive markets.