Gartner is recognised as one of the world’s leading research and advisory company’s, equipping businesses with the resources and tools to achieve their business goals. According to Gartner, by 2024 low-code applications will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activities, globally.

A Low Code Application Platform (LCAP) refers to the modern way to develop an application. Using a LCAP to develop your next business application will increase the time to deployment and market of your application.

What is Low Code?

Low Code uses visual development that abstracts and automates every step of the application development lifecycle. Therefore, reducing the complexity and time required to deliver custom applications.

Gartner’s View

Gartner views low code applications as platforms that support the development of enterprise-grade applications, running on multiple devices, connecting data sources and addressing your business enterprise needs. To be recongised by Gartner in the low code market, a provider must meet the following technical requirements.

  • Demonstrates a go-to-market for cross industry applications.
  • Minimal set of application platform capabilities.
  • Provides an enterprise-grade low code application platform (LCAP) and rapid development.

Benefits of Low Code

Due to the current pandemic, the pressure in delivering and transforming digital solutions have increased significantly.

  • Provides a modern architecture and great User Experience (UX).
  • Easily Integratable.
  • Increased Security.
  • Faster time to market.

At Novata Solutions we have the most certified OutSystems engineers in Perth, who understand the unique aspects of your business processes and can deliver solutions that are tailored to your requirements.

If there is one thing that we love more than coffee, it is talking to you about developing an application suited to your business requirements.

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