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Low-Code truly is here to stay.

Ricardo Gil, one of our Project Managers, tells us how Low-Code helps companies, its benefits and the opportunities it offers.

The answer to why Low-Code has become so popular in recent years is simple: it provides a solution to the need for greater programming and automation of processes, tackling problems such as increased delivery times and lack of resources.

These tools allow people who do not have extensive knowledge of the various programming languages to be able to effectively deliver solutions in the optimal timescale.

This also happened previously in the world of banking and COBOL procedures, when they were migrated to Oracle Database, with the appearance of data migration tools such as Informatica PowerCenter.

Altia has been an OutSystems partner for more than 14 years. It is a leading platform that allows us to create customized solutions through accelerated software development in record time and at low cost, thanks to its graphical user interfaces.

What would be the main advantages for your company when jumping to Low-Code?

  • Development in record time: The increased agility in developing an application is combined with the reduction of barriers in development, as it allows the business units themselves to be the ones who create their applications without having to depend on IT departments.
  • x3 increase in productivity: A single development offers a wide range of digital experiences: web, mobile, APIs, web services, chat, SMS…
  • Integrable with current and future solutions: Low-Code is already being embedded by large manufacturers, which will result in its expansion, and it will thus begin to have an increasing use in the core of the business. According to Gartner, 65% of software development will include Low-Code by 2024.
  • No specialized knowledge required: It also allows you to easily visualise the result before it is finished, which speeds up the process. The developer can thus focus more on value for the end user and not so much on code execution.
  • Facilitates teamwork: By improving the readability of the code, anyone can see and understand at a glance its status and continue working on it. In addition to this, if it is a full-stack solution, it is possible to integrate it with existing systems giving the developers the power to extend projects beyond the IT department, involving other departments and teams.
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Ricardo Gil

Ricardo Gil

Project Manager