Coding or application development! One would first imagine a lengthy code to make an application function. Conventional programming techniques utilize various programming languages, either high level or lower level, to develop applications. A few years back, this was the only way to build applications. Organizations thought that such an approach to application development provided flexibility and scalability as they could have complete control over how they develop applications. In addition, they would be able to support clients for a more extended period as they have full access to the source code. Owing to this, they could also offer new features to existing clients. Thus, with such an approach, organizations thought they were self-sufficient in application development.
Today, many organizations explore digital transformation projects and are interested in adopting trendsetting solutions. However, with rapidly changing technology, it becomes tough for organizations such as OEMs to cater to ever-rising consumer demands if they depend on an army of software developers.
Coding! Does it add flexibility?
Over time, organizations realized that working with source code and having the complete application development in-house has its share of disadvantages. They need to keep track of revisions and versions. They need to spend extra hours providing support and incremental modifications. Development also takes time and effort, which means such development approaches increase the time to market for a product. In today’s highly competitive market, it becomes a challenge for an organization if they cannot get their product that is thoroughly tested out in the market on time. The overhead of employing and retaining quality resources is much higher than the perceived flexibility. These factors were instrumental in moving the industry from coding to exploring no-code or low-code alternatives.
No-code adds value
No-code or low-code application development enables organizations to build applications without or with limited coding. Organizations providing no-code platforms implement the code and provide business users with simple, ready-to-use application interfaces to implement functions. Additionally, these platforms enable business users to write code parallel to these no-code blocks that offer users the necessary degree of freedom and flexibility. This allows them to scale their applications quickly and independently, using no-code or low-code platforms. For such platforms to be successful, they need to be designed to have little to no training and thus be highly cost-effective. Utilizing no-code or low-code application development platforms enables business users to improve time-to-market and quality while reducing overheads.
Enabling acceleration of transformation projects
With no code or low-code application platforms, business users improve their customer experience while adding to business pace and agility. The motivation of any organization is to gain market share, improve business, stay ahead of the competition, reduce time-to-market and total cost of ownership, and offer an enhanced customer experience. Organizations can accelerate digital transformation projects with no-code platforms and leverage all the benefits. Kalycito has been helping OEMs by providing best-in-class solutions for over 15 years. OEMs have partnered with Kalycito to integrate digital technologies into their machines. With Kalycito’s no-code application platform, OEMs can leverage years of expertise and build applications catering to their customer’s needs. They can integrate newer technologies easily, which helps them stay ahead of their competition. The no-code platform enables OEMs to equip their machines with cutting-edge technology and scale them whenever needed. Kalycito with its know-how, off-the-shelf components, and last-mile services convert your vision into reality.