Industrial strength approach to building low code applications spurs digital business innovation

Digital business transform is all about becoming a software company to gain and maintain a competitive edge over existing and, just as significantly, potentially unknown rivals that may be preparing to move into an adjacent business category. In the face of all that competition, it’s critical for organizations of all sizes to be able to turn ideas and concepts into tangible applications as quickly as possible.

The fastest way to achieve that goal is to adopt a low code development that makes it possible to build applications orders of magnitude faster than traditional legacy approaches that measure progress in months and years versus days and weeks.

Organizations that are consistently successful when it comes to launching and completing multiple digital business transformation projects all have one thing in common. They all embraced a guiding set of best practices for executing their strategy that goes well beyond the low-code application development platform itself. In fact, the challenge all these organizations overcame is that as the volume and complexity of the applications being developed started to increase, they implemented a set of best practices to make sure the rate at which applications are developed is not in any way hampered by a set of antiquated manual processes that can’t keep pace.

At Mansystems, we’ve worked with the organizations on developing those frameworks. We have now leveraged all that experience to create a SMART Digital Factory framework that packages our knowledge and best practices in a way that can be easily consumed by any size organization.