The reasons the “No-Code Low-Code” market exists are to:
- Drive down the technical barriers to app building
- Lower the costs associated with app building
- Reduce the time-to-market for new apps
- Drive up the agility of businesses and their capacity to respond to changing market conditions
This means that thanks to No-Code Low-Code now anyone can create an app. You can use, for example, the Crust Low-Code platform.
Crust Low-Code Makes Building Complex Applications Easy For All Organisations
Building apps needs thorough needs-analysis and planning. This is the case if you’re constructing a complex company CRM Suite like you can do with Crust Low-Code. It’s also the case if you’re building something simpler and more banal with the likes of Amazon Honeycode.
Keeping a customer-focused approach is often a useful starting place. There are some good, basic questions to ask yourself. For example:
- Who is my business trying to serve?
- What is must have/should have/could have list of features required?
- How many different user roles (e.g. sales, marketing, finance) will need access to the app?
- Do I need to build several smart apps or will just one do? It’s usually good to break down complexity into simpler components.
- Does my app need to communicate and transfer data with other applications?
How to build your own application with Crust, the open-source Low-Code Development platform, is a well-documented process. The same goes for its accompanying community project, Corteza, where the build logic and process is identical.
With a BPMS tool like Corredor, the open automation engine, and a powerful API to reach to third party applications, Crust Low-Code delivers flexibility to organisations of all sizes and types. Crust Low-Code delivers flexibility to organisations of all sizes and types. Whether you wish to deliver software for school management, clinic case management, or any other app, use Crust Low-Code.
Drive your own Digital Transformation
It’s important to point out that Crust Low-Code is capable of delivering a full scale digital transformation strategy for enterprises. So, this is not something that should you should try with just any solution. Only Crust allows you to set up unlimited Low-Code applications correctly in your organisation. This because it can tie together the low-code apps and other solutions you are using. For example, you could connect the CRM with the open-source case management app or to Jira from Atlassian.
To build a database app is relatively simple, but to deliver an entire insurance claims management system is not. Questions such as “What is a BPMS?” require detailed answers and to implement an enterprise BPMS tool requires serious expertise in Crust Low-Code. It’s really about biting off what you can chew initially and growing your skill over time. Yes, anyone can create an app in Crust Low-Code, but practice makes perfect!