Imagine if building business processes was as easy as a toddler building a tower out of blocks. Imagine having every employee at your company become a citizen developer without any coding skills. With a no-code solution, this can be possible!
Gone are the days when an organisation would need to hire an external tech team to build business processes for them. Previously, this might have taken up to three months and if mistakes were made, it might take another three months.
The demand for low-code development is on the rise and is forecast to grow drastically even further in the years to come. According to a recent Forrester report, the low-code market is set to reach an annual growth rate of 40%, with spending forecasted to hit $21.2 billion by 2022. In conclusion, the rise of low-code development will also precipitate the rise of customisable integration, implementation, and consulting services.
With low-code software, automating business processes can be as easy as building a tower out of blocks. An employee knows the processes of the business better than anyone else. So why not give them control to build the processes themselves? Wyzer offers a low-code solution for all your BPM needs.
Define your processes in a drag-and-drop flowchart and let us transform them into machine code for you. Wyzer empowers employees by providing a simple platform to easily build processes, create forms and not worry about the tech side of things. In turn, this allows organisations to turn time-consuming manual tasks into automated, efficient workflows. Let your employees focus on what matters most by reducing the workload of manual tasks and replacing them with intelligent automation.
Low-code platforms help organisations by improving their agility and drastically increasing productivity. Moreover, they decrease costs as they provides the ability to develop processes and applications in less time.
The graph below is based on research conducted by Frevvo and explains the importance of low-code development tools. The researchers found that low-code solutions accelerate digital innovation and transformation by 69%. It is also responsible for reducing the dependency of high technical skills by 40%.
Low-code/no-code is the future of software development. Time is money, and with this innovative development, it is easy to claim that it will increase an organisation’s efficiency and speed. It allows any employee to build workflows and directly solve process problems.
With a no-code solution, anyone can be a developer with the power to code.
Small businesses need to leverage technology, especially automation, to remain resilient.