OutSystems Low-Code vs No Code
What’s the difference between OutSystems low and no code applications you ask?
In this blog we discuss the differences between low and no code application developments. The good, bad and which one would best suit your business processes and activities.
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An OutSystems Rapid Application offers developers and users;
- Engaging Customer Experiences
- Legacy Modernisation
- Business Operations Field Services
- Business Process Management
What is Low-Code?
Low-Code Development is a way for developers to quickly design an application with minimal hand coding – typically completed through a drag and drop functionality.
- Low risk/high ROI
- Rapid deployment
What is No-Code?
No-Code Business Solutions are used to solve a single business problem within a business.
- Initially designed to solve ONE business problem for example, business process management
- Difficult to customise
- No unique functionality
- No-Code Solutions only cater to the business user or citizen developer
- Low-Code is designed to serve both business users and professional developers alike
Why Choose Low-Code for Business?
An OutSystems Low-Code platform addresses the full spectrum of enterprise use cases including, mobile, web and core systems.
Did you know: No-Code’s limitations mean it should only be used for front-end use-cases.
At Novata Solutions we have the most certified OutSystems engineers in Perth who understand the unique aspects of your business processes and deliver solutions that are tailored to your requirements.
Novata Solutions specialises in customising and deploying applications suited to your business’ needs.
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