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The five drawbacks of low-code apps

  • The five drawbacks of low-code apps
    Smartphone apps are extremely popular. It's not hard to see why: they're efficient, user-friendly and do exactly what they're supposed to do. Wouldn't it be great if we could also use apps to speed up business processes at work? The market is bursting with low-code third-party solutions designed to help you build your own functionalities quickly and effectively. While that may sound great, we do see a lot of major practical concerns.

Smartphone apps are extremely popular. It's not hard to see why: they're efficient, user-friendly and do exactly what they're supposed to do. Wouldn't it be great if we could also use apps to speed up business processes at work? The market is bursting with low-code third-party solutions designed to help you build your own functionalities quickly and effectively. While that may sound great, we do see a lot of major practical concerns.

Employees lack access to the latest technology

Today's smartphones are like Swiss army knives in that they can do pretty much everything. There are apps for banking, apps to help you find the quickest route to your destination and apps for chatting and messaging. You can even use them to make phone calls. However, employees in many sectors, including the manufacturing industry, lack access to the latest technology. Many of them are still using desktop phones, paper and email instead of smart apps. Business that has been digitized is usually conducted through relatively unwieldy screens that usually show plenty of unnecessary information.

A major software revolution, or unrealistic promises?

Software company marketeers claim we're currently in the midst of a real software revolution. With the current range of low-code third-party solutions, your colleagues can simply create the apps they need. Programming in the classical sense has been replaced by solutions that allow users to chain functionalities together. So is it really that simple in practice, or are things less straightforward than they seem?

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This white paper examines the need for app development and describes the five drawbacks of low-code third-party apps. If you're looking to digitize processes for all your PCs and smartphones as quickly as possible, while keeping costs to a minimum and eliminating continuity risks, download the Five drawbacks of low-code third party mobile apps white paper now.

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