If you still think that a low-code application development (LCAP) platform is only used to build simple applications, you have a major misconception. There is so much an organization can do with the power of a low-code platform. The tool is ideal for highly scalable applications, the kind that can support your organization’s digital transformation initiatives.

Forrester anticipates that the low-code market will approach the $50 billion mark by 2028. This proves that low-code application is definitely not a fad and is here to stay.

Low-code application development is not new. What’s new is that leading enterprises today have realized that they can go the low-code way for faster innovation. Low-code has become the go-to choice for its visual development environment, point-and-click user interfaces, drag-and-drop control, automation capabilities, and workflow management.

But do you know all that you can build with a low-code application development system?

Honestly, a whole lot! Professional IT developers and business users can collaborate on numerous projects with a low-code application development solution.

Here’s a glimpse into the 4 use cases of low-code application development platform:

Content-driven workflow applications

Low-code platforms can enable businesses to automate their end-to-end content-centric processes/applications–such as customer onboarding, claims processing, and online account opening–ensuring that the right content is available at the right time to the right people at appropriate stages of the process.

Mobile app development

Businesses can rapidly design and develop responsive mobile applications with point-and-click and drag-and-drop functionalities in a well-abstracted LCAP.

Customer-facing and customer-support portals

With a low-code development system, an organization can develop customer-facing portals such as customer self-service or agent portals that can easily be integrated with existing systems. Businesses can also leverage a template-based development interface to design these portals for faster, simpler, and more efficient ways of interacting with the customer in real-time.

Modernization of legacy systems

An LCAP platform can help enterprises extend their legacy systems. By leveraging the low-code application development system, businesses can support core systems and develop applications that can easily integrate into the existing system.

These are just a few of the numerous use cases on how a low-code development solution can drive up productivity, revenue, and customer experience. To learn more about how low-code can help your enterprise, read the case study on how National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited leveraged a low-code application development platform to centralize its loan underwriting service and decrease turn-around time for loan applications.

You might be interested in


Featured Image

16 Jul, 2024

Harnessing the Power of an Ideal Provider Data Management System

Featured Image

09 Jul, 2024

Cost Control and Beyond: Best Practices for Value Based Health Plan Contract Management

Featured Image

02 Jul, 2024

NewgenONE Digest: All you need to know about Intelligent Data Extraction

icon-angle icon-bars icon-times