Low Code Development
Large and Medium sized enterprises have traditionally faced certain type of problems very common to all companies. Accordingly, unified software solutions were created that could tackle these problems similarly across all organisations.
But that still leaves the kinds of problems that are specific to each company, problems that a generic solution can’t solve. Instead, customised solutions are necessary. Consider invoice processing/purchase or sales order. Every company deals with them, but the requirements of each company are so unique that a single product that manages the entire process for every company doesn’t make sense.
Rather than a product, these long-tail problems require a agile n customised application development platform solution, one that lets companies easily build just what they need instead of hoping they can adapt off-the-shelf solutions to their particular concerns.
bpmEdge BPM is a low-code development platform provides an environment programmer use to create various process enabled applications through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional application development. The platform is focused on design and development of a particular kind of application: such as databases, business processes, or user interfaces such as web applications as well mobile accessible applications.
We can produce entirely operational applications, or may need to scripting based coding for specific situations. Low-code development platforms reduce the amount of traditional hand-coding, enabling accelerated delivery of business applications.
One of the benefit of such platform is business role as well technical people can contribute to the application’s development instead of those with formal programming skills. These platform also lower the initial cost of setup, training, and deployment.
Various Scenarios Need low-code platform?
A low-code platform is an ideal solution when:
- Business users need to create their own applications.
- There is no homogeneous solution that solves the problem.
- The application is a normal business use case.
Above point are an abstract guidelines. It’s useful to imagine this in the context of real world business concerns and decisions,
So, here are several examples from different aspects of business operations.
Here, every companies might have variety of ways they generate a sales invoice. Of course, the invoice needs to be connected to a CRM system, but it also usually has an approval chain that needs to be documented. As sales team better understand these issues, so that means they are best-suited to create and design the software-driven management of the sales invoice, Because the application that generates invoices need not be appropriate, they can use a low-code platform to create the application themselves with little help from IT team.
Your marketing team need to deal with approval of one a piece of content before it get published, with a diverse group of co-workers needed to sign off . If that approval process handled manually, is susceptible to delays and mistakes, so here automation with software is very beneficial. Still, most marketing teams rely on getting approval by hand (via emails mostly), as most of management systems don’t make it easy to do in an automated way.
Likewise, each marketing team has its own process, there is no way to easily use a ready-made solution. Instead, with a low-code platform, the marketing team could build and rebuild an approval workflow as often as it needs—and all without IT’s involvement.
Let’s consider a scenarios in human resources department. A surprisingly complex and mission-critical operation within all businesses is employee on-boarding. Having its universal importance, it’s almost impossible to create a standard method to manage on-boarding. Here, every organisation has unique requirements, training, and paperwork processes.
But hires and other personnel changes often need to happen rapidly. HR certainly can’t wait for weeks while IT clears off more urgent and important work. So a low-code platform based solution, in which human resource team members can do change in automated on-boarding process themselves, keeps the experts in tight control of the product they will need to get their jobs done quickly and effectively.
Lets take similar example that an HR person could build the app, creating a form that collects all the information needed from the candidate and a workflow that includes all the departments with which he or she will interact. After someone from each department completes the relevant tasks, the data automatically moves to the next step, eliminating the need for a middleman and making on-boarding more efficient.