There used to be a few methods of getting things done for big businesses, excel spreadsheets, notepads and paper, or giant applications (sometimes called Enterprise Resource Planning, or ERP software) which cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to customize, and still won’t end up perfect. Many people who use ERP systems still end up using a bunch of excel sheets.
Low Code fixes that. It can create what you need without endless spreadsheets or clipboards, and with all your services for less work and a lower price than the giant applications. Low Code saves millions of hours a month, providing clear data, promoting effective decision making, streamlining processes, and, most importantly, secures more free time to spend where you want.
It’s drag and drop coding, not super complex. It literally creates web apps and, depending on your low-code platform, you can make them for your smart phones as well. Low Code creates databases using logic not programming languages.
Our team of experts can help walk you through the whole process, from creating your application all the way through training, support, upgrading, and customization.
We want you to be able to spend less time working, more time living life, and be more successful in your work at the same time. Our goal is to help you be the best you can be.
All your services for less work and a lower price than the giant applications
Low Code vs. No Code
The difference between Low Code and No Code is that with Low Code, you don’t need coding to do the basics, but you can use coding to create much more specialized applications. However, No Code is strictly non-coding.
This means that although No Code is simple, it is created from templates that limit the complexity of applications built, the amount of customization they can receive, what platforms they can be used on, and the purposes they can be used for. Although No Code is easier to make, it lacks flexibility.
Low code is built to be a faster, better version of formal coding. It keeps the customization options open while slashing the workload in half.