Low-code development and digitalization
In recent years, organizations have noticeably been adopting a path to digitalization, but are being held up in the process because their data is locked in legacy systems. With that being said, according to Gartner, “By 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity.” Low-code application development platforms, like Mendix, allow for integrations of multiple systems – including CRM, ERP, and PLM systems like Teamcenter.
Breaking down digital silos
Furthermore, low-code is enabling organizations to now move in a more meaningful direction by connecting ecosystems across any device. They are embracing digitalization and determining new, adaptable ways of solving problems– like breaking down data silos with low-code development. The results are a streamlined time to value.
In our upcoming live webinar, Your Key Systems & Low-Code: The Integration Story, you will hear from Gordon Van Huizen and Peter De Moerloose on the importance of integration, how to leverage low-code to build solutions that break down silos, and how you can optimize your current manual processes.
(Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low Code Application Platforms, 8 August 2019, [Paul Vincent, Kimihiko Iijima, Jason Wong, Mark Driver Yefim Natis Name(s)],)