“Digital transformation has been used to refer to almost any way in which a company modernizes a legacy process, or improves a core offering. Increasingly, we expect digital transformation to deliver higher levels of personalization and flexibility. That’s where low-code comes in, enabling businesses to develop applications with less time and effort than traditional approaches.
One of the reasons why low-code is highly adaptive and effective is that it makes application development more accessible to IT and tech-savvy business users. It abstracts the coding needed for development, and replaces it with configurable components and intuitive, visual builders. Most low-code platforms include capabilities to design user interfaces, automate workflows, integrate data, and apply business logic. This allows businesses to stay agile, and build solutions that keep up with changes motivated by growing customer expectations, process complexity, and regulation, among other factors.”