Low code and the Pareto principle
Moving into 2023, business and technology enterprise executives are considering digital transformation to be a key objective in their strategies. They do this in order to remain competitive, add value, and improve productivity and reliability. For example, the UAE has introduced a long-term objective towards modifying public and private sectors through using innovative digital strategies to enhance customer experience and improve business efficiency.
If the past year has taught us anything, it is not just necessary for organisations to meet their digitalisation objectives. They need to fit it in a contracted timeline to enjoy the first-mover advantage and in a capacity that allows scalability and the freedom to introduce new features and services that correspond to the market’s ever-changing requirements. For these reasons, a high-performing low code platform will play a key role for several businesses and tech executives in 2023 and beyond.
To thrive in the current economy, companies need high-performing dev teams to keep up with the market changes. Companies can build high-performing dev teams by promoting creativity, sharing ownership, and encouraging the team to share ideas freely. Yet always clearly setting the ultimate vision of where we want to be, and defining the success KPIs upfront. Otherwise, you risk people going through perceived great ideas in the wrong direction.
By behaving this way and using low-code to make development faster and easier while reducing repetition and grunt work, they can build a motivated team that will go the extra mile.
As organisations grow conscious of their environmental impact and adopt sustainable practices, technology will be a great enabler to help them achieve their sustainability goals. But first, they need to find out their footprint, where the waste is, identify major impacts, and then implement quick wins.
If they do not understand where most of the waste originates, it will be difficult to plug it. The Pareto principle will be applicable here, where a majority or 80% of the waste will be the consequence of 20% of their entire process. Once this has been identified, they can utilise technology and human ingenuity to find solutions.
The OutSystems high-performance low-code platform provides the ability to accelerate companies’ digital transformation journey. It is designed to unleash innovation from across an organisation, whether large enterprises or small-to-medium businesses, enabling them to build serious applications that solve their biggest business challenges and respond to market changes and new opportunities using innovative, digital solutions that solve business problems.
OutSystems allows business and technology enterprise executives to develop customised software to meet their specific needs. As a result, this creates tailored software fast that suits the needs of the enterprise and customer accurately.
- Technology will be a great enabler to help achieve sustainability goals.
- Organisations need to find their footprint, where the waste is and then implement quick wins.
- If they do not understand where most of the waste originates, it will be difficult to plug it.
- The Pareto principle will be applicable here, where 80% of the waste will be the consequence of 20% of processes.
- Once this has been identified, businesses can utilise technology and human ingenuity to find solutions.