Low-code/No-code-enabled Citizen Developers: Catalysts to Innovation
In today’s highly competitive environment, it can be challenging to fulfill the development and operational demands needed to keep your businesses running while also continuing to expand and enhance your digital capabilities. This is where “citizen developers” can help — and where “low-code/no-code” (NC/LC) solutions shine.
In this webinar, Cutter Consortium Fellow Greg Smith and Senior Consultant Michael Papadopoulos explore how enterprises can leverage the low-code/no-code (LC/NC) solutions that have relatively low learning curves and provide tools to easily create software to grow and transform the business. You’ll discover:
- What is low-code/no-code?
- What is the difference between low-code and no-code?
- What are the benefits of LC/NC
- When should you use LC/NC?
- What are the limitations and barriers to LC/NC?
- Why is LC/NC going to be so important in the future?
Plus, Smith and Papadopoulos will describe the value-added services two organizations developed using LC/NC platforms.
Imagine enabling average people in your organization to quickly create apps that you could then layer customization and added features on top of. Register now for this February 10, 12:00pm EST webinar, and discover how, for any business undergoing a digital transformation, an LC/NC approach to development can be a catalyst to innovation, boost productivity, and even address a developer shortage.
Cutter Members: You can also register for the follow-on Members-only Peer-to-Peer virtual discussion about how to introduce Low-code/No-code solutions on February 17, with Greg Smith and Michael Papadopoulos.