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Accelerate Low Code Adoption

Several organizations are struggling to justify their investments in low code technologies due to low adoption rates. There are several key reasons behind the lower adoption of low code platforms, including:

  • Lack of in-house talent: Early wins are crucial for any new technology platform to gain momentum in an organization. The absence of in-house talent creates a barrier to delivering initial wins that would have generated enthusiasm in the business and user communities.

  • Inability to leverage outsourced talent: While it may be relatively easier to identify low code talent through an outsourced model, a lack of in-depth knowledge and technical leadership can result in the inefficient deployment of outsourced talent.

  • Considering low code platform as just another tool: Teams often treat low code platforms as just another development tool due to a lack of in-depth experience in working with low code platforms. This approach can lead to the shelving of several low code projects, as low code teams may struggle to justify the cost of the platform relative to the productivity gains and time-to-market reductions.

  • Immature architecture: Inexperienced teams often design low code solutions for proof-of-concept scale or, at best, simple workflows. Such solutions may fail to scale effectively to accommodate complex workflows, stringent security requirements, and higher performance requirements.

If your organization is facing these challenges, we invite you to invest two hours of your time with us to explore how we can help you overcome these obstacles and accelerate the adoption of low code in your organization.

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