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Mary Ludloff

Mary Ludloff

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We're All in this Together: AppSheet's COVID-19 Support

We’re all in this together: from neighborhoods to cities to countries to the world, we are figuring out new ways to work, teach our children, make sure our first responders and neighbors are supported, help out with healthcare needs, and so much more.  Many of our AppSheet community members have shared suggestions and feedback for apps that address problems they’re seeing at this time. In addition, community members have been responding to requests for help, as well as giving guidance and support to new app creators working on COVID-19 related apps. We’ve put into place a number of resources to make this process easier: New COVID-19 category in the AppSheet Community.  This is the hub where new and existing customers, plus the AppSheet team, can share guidance and help others that are building COVID-19 related apps. The AppSheet team is actively monitoring this category. AppSheet Sample App Directory with a new COVID-19 tab. The COVID-19 page features apps that were built to address crisis use cases. Some apps have been built by the AppSheet team, others by the AppSheet community. All community apps are vetted by the AppSheet team and can be previewed or copied for use. These are ‘Sample Applications’ that organizations can copy and use as a template for creating their own version of the application. AppSheet COVID-19 resource page. This page provides links to all AppSheet support materials. Additionally, all apps supporting the COVID-19 response will be made available on our platform at no cost to new and existing customers until September 30, 2020. We realize that the situation is very fluid so as needs change, we will review extending use of the platform at no cost as well as update these resources with the most current information.  Many of you have approached us asking for support in making these kinds of apps available to everyone who needs them. Already, we have seen many use cases that our community or internal folks are working on that can have broad application. Our ask: We’d like your help in making every COVID-19 related app built on our platform available to others as a sample app. We believe that the use cases are very similar. For example, others could copy and customize a neighborhood support sample app instead of building their own. From the Sample Apps Launcher, you can submit your app for review. If it passes our process, we will include it in the COVID-19 category.  For more details on this process, go to our COVID-19 resource page. Please use the COVID-19 category in our community as a support starting point for sharing your great work and feedback. We’re already seeing a lot of activity and want to thank members for pitching in! We are navigating through some uncharted waters but we know one thing for sure: now is the time to reach out and help our neighbors. Our thanks to all of you for doing just that!

Year in Review: AppSheet 2019

Another amazing year is in the books and we couldn’t be more thankful to our devoted app creators and community. This year, we greeted over 100k new app creators and 190k new app users. Welcome to the family, everyone. And, wow, have you all been busy! In 2019, app creators produced over 490,000 new mobile and desktop applications. That’s an app created nearly every minute. Also, we're now deployed in over 190 countries. Recently, we’ve made it even easier for AppSheet creators to share the love. Check out our new resources page for an array of tools that will help you inspire your team to build apps, digitize processes, and grow your productivity. Speaking of growth, let’s take a moment to highlight the AppSheet team. At the start of 2019, we had 17 full-—time employees in our Seattle office. Now, we total more than 40 employees in Seattle, plus part-time team members spread all around the world. We will carry this ethos into 2020 and continue our commitment to personalized customer experience. As always, the AppSheet User Community remained the place for our most vibrant, engaged, and enthusiastic platform advocates. We now have over 17.5k community members who published a total of 30k posts and comments. This is the place where users and AppSheet team members connect and work to improve the platform — this ecosystem has always been important to us and we look forward to working with all of you in the new year. The AppSheet platform has also experienced tremendous growth. In 2019, over 50 new features were introduced with expanded functionality across all areas. We’ve improved each facet of our platform with special emphasis on UI richness, enterprise capabilities, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. To learn more about how no-code platforms bring machine learning and AI technology to businesses of all sizes, read our new white paper, “Why the Future of Machine Learning is No-Code”. This year certainly has been a whirlwind of positive change and we can’t wait to keep the momentum rolling into the new decade. Here’s to a happy, healthy 2020 to our AppSheet community near and far! Finally, check out some more statistics from the past year: Most popular sample apps Explore & copy sample apps to get your project started Inventory Management Stock Management Order Capture Manufacturing Inventory Sales Report Work Order Store Inventory Quote and Proposal Project Management Top 5 new features in 2019 OCR  Map Point Grouping   Predictive Classification  Predictive Values Add a new row to another table using values from this row  Most common app use case  

How American Roofing & Metal used SmartSheet data and the AppSheet platform to transform their business

Background There comes a point in any growing company’s life when you look around and realize that your underlying systems and processes are outdated and need a refresh. For American Roofing & Metal, a full-service roofing contractor and metal fabricator launched in 1904, this moment of realization came after a period of rapid growth.   The scope of the company’s operation was increasing by the day and its underlying management strategy—which relied heavily on paper-based tools at the time—was struggling to keep pace. The company needed to change the way it communicated, and quickly.   An American Roofing & Metal project: The Henry B Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio Maximizing SmartSheet with AppSheet To achieve this goal, the American Roofing & Metal team set out to find a no-code platform that could interface with its Smartsheet data. Waite and his team assessed the market. AppSheet met all of the criteria and, very importantly, also offered a seamless integration with Smartsheet, a software solution for collaboration and management. “Smartsheet allowed us to custom develop processes and automate repetitive tasks. Still, we needed a better and simpler way to interface with our field personnel, project managers, production departments, and salespeople who are out on job sites and on the road.” Over time, American Metal & Roofing leveraged Smartsheet and AppSheet to built and deploy a Job Site Info App, Pick Ticket App, Project Manager Job Site Inspection App, Manager Access Only App, Emergency Contact App, and Human Resources App. Collectively, these apps empower the business's day to day operations and have resulted in reduced paperwork, stress, and greater team collaboration and efficiency. To get the full story with screenshots and app building tips, get the case study below.

AppSheet Named a Leader Among Low-Code Platforms for Business Developers by Independent Research Firm

Leading global research and advisory firm, Forrester Research, named AppSheet as a leader in Low-Code Development Platforms for Business Developers. We received the highest scores possible in ten specific criteria, including vision and strategy, startup experience, user interface development, mobile application development, data design, application scaling assistance, application documentation, and commercial model. AppSheet was among a group of select companies that Forrester invited to participate in its report, The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Platforms for Business Developers, Q2 2019. Forrester identified the twelve most significant low-code platform vendors and evaluated them against 30 criteria, which were grouped into three high-level buckets: current offering, strategy, and market presence. This marks our second recognition as a leader by Forrester Research in less than a year (in our first Wave appearance, we were named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Low-Code Platforms for Business Developers, Q3 2018). In AppSheet’s vendor profile, Forrester’s report stated: “AppSheet has the most aggressive strategy and road map for empowering business people as developers. The vendor is dedicated to software creation without any coding, and it shows in a stellar startup experience and strong features for mobile app development, data design, application scaling, and documentation generation, as well as in its commercial model and growth rate. Reference customers were highly satisfied with the product’s mobile features and rate of innovation.” To us, this recognition demonstrates that our powerful platform is enterprise-ready and the ideal choice for business developers who want to build robust apps—without ever writing a single line of code.  The number of companies that are running their businesses on AppSheet-powered apps is on the rise and we expect this trend to continue as our platform innovates and evolves. In 2014, when we started this journey, our mission was simple: everyone should be able to make apps. This mission is still our guiding star. Yes, the platform is far more powerful today but with every robust feature we add, we also ensure that business developers can easily incorporate those new features into new or existing apps with the appropriate enterprise governance and management guardrails in place. We are humbled by this recognition and so very proud of what all of you (our customers) have achieved building apps on the AppSheet platform. As we've said more than once, customers are a part of our team. We are so grateful that you are on this journey with us. Thank you. To get a complimentary copy of this Forrester Wave™ report, go here.

Solvay and AppSheet: The No-Code Approach to Digital Transformation

Last week AppSheet was at the Forrester Digital Transformation and Innovation Forum in Chicago. It was a great event and all the sessions featured some aspect of digital transformation with guidance on how companies should look at managing the technology side of the transformation equation. It’s a big topic and most companies I spoke with are currently in the trenches, making process and technology decisions to drive their digital transformation initiatives forward. Undertaking these kinds of projects takes grit, ingenuity, and a willingness to embrace the unknown. Certainly, that’s how Solvay approached their digital transformation journey. For those of you unfamiliar with the company, Solvay is an advanced materials and specialty chemicals company. Headquartered in Brussels, with more than 26,000 employees located in 61 countries, it made the ambitious decision to introduce mobility into its shop floors. Why the focus on shop floors? Well, Solvay’s plant-specific processes were paper-driven and the company wanted to replace those paper-based processes with app-driven automation. So, Francis Boulu, Industrial Data Analyst, in collaboration with Solvay’s digital office, selected AppSheet’s no-code platform to build the first set of apps. Of course, this was not Solvay’s first digital transformation project as many teams and industrial plants had been working on digital solutions designed to automate processes. But this transformation project was a bit different as one use case led to another, resulting in AppSheet becoming the no-code platform for more than 400 citizen developers. Today, there are approximately 1,000 deployed apps (and counting) and AppSheet is an integral part of Solvay’s software suite. The digital mobility team continues to find new use cases for apps built on AppSheet’s platform. All in all, Solvay is now more operationally efficient after working with AppSheet. The workforce is better supported with a no-code platform that allows them to build and support their own applications. You might even say that Solvay and AppSheet are the perfect combination for digital transformation initiatives. For the full story, download the Solvay case study.

5 Digital Transformation Challenges Facing IT Departments

A growing number of businesses are investing in digital transformation to become more agile, cost-effective and profitable. A recent study, for example, found that B2B spending on technologies like connected devices and mobile apps will exceed $250B by 2025.  The path to digital transformation, however, is not always a smooth one. And for IT departments in particular, the process can be a big undertaking. Not only do they have to manage their regular workloads, IT departments also need to train other employees on how to use the new tools effectively and safely. But the difficulties don’t stop there. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the five greatest obstacles IT departments face as they move digital transformation initiatives forward. 1. Limited budgets Digital transformation doesn’t always come cheap; IT departments often get pushback about the costs associated with rolling out new solutions. Let’s imagine a company has decided to build a custom mobile app. That’s great and all, but hiring developers comes at a high price. The average salary of a full-time software engineer is $103,000, according to Glassdoor. If your company wants to build a custom web application, it could cost between $90,000 and $241,000, with eight developers working full-time on the project, a recent study suggests. With the right approach, however, it’s possible to get started down the path of digital transformation without breaking the bank. No-code app platforms, for example, are helping thousands of companies save money by enabling everyday employees—also known as citizen developers—to create custom apps for their businesses, without any prior coding knowledge and for a fraction of the price. 2. Employee pushback If your workforce consists of millennials—also known as digital natives—you’ll probably receive less pushback. Digital solutions are often a perfectly natural fit for a younger workforce. On the other hand, if your business is in manufacturing, construction or energy—where baby boomers represent a significant percentage of the workforce—you may have a learning curve to deal with. Oftentimes, older workers who have been using paper management systems for decades do not want to use mobile technologies in the field. This shouldn’t stop your digital transformation efforts, though. It may take some effort, and a willingness to change, but sooner or later most employees will come around and see the benefits of using new technologies. One way that you can help ease the transition is to create a training program where tech-savvy employees show others how to use your new technologies. Not only will this help facilitate the learning process, it can also double a great team-building experience, strengthening employee bonds. 3. Fear  Many employees are understandably concerned that new technologies and automated systems will make their jobs obsolete. To overcome this fear, remind employees that the adoption of new technology is essential for business survival and also helps employees learn new skills. The goal of implementing digital technologies, after all, is to remove repetitive tasks from everyday work, such as manually filling out paper forms, time cards, and spreadsheets, among other things. This is a big deal, since a recent study found that 90% of employees are burdened with mundane tasks that could easily be automated to save companies an average of 19 working days per year, per employee. 4. Security While digital transformation delivers a ton of upside to organizations, it also comes with risks. For starters, it can dramatically increase the chances that your IT department experiences a data breach—something that’s already happened to 53% of small- to medium-sized businesses, according to Cisco. The cost of a data breach might also be larger than you’d expect. The Cisco study also revealed that more than 50% of cyber attacks result in financial losses of over $500,000, including lost revenue and missed customer opportunities. The good news is that you can protect your company from these risks by selecting only the most secure, and well-respected solution providers. If you have the budget, you can also consider hiring a full-time cyber security specialist (which 59% of power and utilities CEOs view as the most important new role in their organizations). You should also encourage your IT department to lead training programs that educate your employees about cyber security risks and how to identify ransomware attacks so they are always aware about potential security issues. 5. Communication Digital transformation can have a big impact on an organization. Even something as seemingly small as an app can affect security, finance, production, management, and more. To this end, communication is the cornerstone of successful digital transformation initiatives. In fact, digital transformation often fails when teams bring new solutions and processes into place without communicating with one another. To avoid complications and prevent projects from getting shut down midway through completion, it’s important for key decision makers to discuss objectives and solidify project roles and responsibilities prior to launching an initiative. Choose the path that’s right for your business While the path to digital transformation is not always smooth, with the right approach, your IT department can motivate employees to use new tools while minimizing security risks. If building apps is a part of your team’s digital to-do list, check out this page that outlines how AppSheet keeps data secure while enabling businesses to build custom apps for a fraction of the cost—and in much less time than hiring an outside firm.

4 No-Code App Development Misconceptions

In the past, when companies needed custom software to power their operations, they’d either hire in-house developers or contract a third-party agency to build apps for them.  Both options are very expensive.  Instead of covering those prohibitive costs, organizations of all sizes are increasingly using no-code platforms to build apps that support their unique processes and workflows—all without breaking the bank. No-code platforms enable rapid application development and deployment at a fraction of the cost. No-code represents the next phase in the evolution of software development. Like all new technologies, there’s some uncertainty surrounding no-code platforms. Let’s set the record straight by debunking four common misconceptions about no-code platforms. Misconception #1: You can’t make complex enterprise-grade apps with a no-code platform There’s a perception that no-code platforms can only produce “simple” apps, and that if you’re looking for an enterprise-grade application, you’re better off looking elsewhere. Some folks also believe that no-code apps struggle to scale. Both sentiments couldn’t be further from the truth. AppSheet’s no-code apps, for example, are used by industry leaders for all sorts of mission-critical processes. Popular use cases include streamlining inspections, keeping track of inventory, project management, process digitalization, and more. As you search for a no-code solution, look for a platform that is data source-agnostic and works with various data formats. With the right no-code platform, scalability is easily attained, and you have control over how that happens. For example, you can look for a solution that scales using data partitions or security filters, depending on your app’s specific needs. Organizations can use no-code platforms to build powerful enterprise-grade apps. Husqvarna, for example, used a no-code platform to build applications that track and manage every piece of equipment (35,000 product SKUs in total) sent from its headquarters in Sweden to its warehouse in South Carolina. Misconception #2: Like low-code platforms, no-code platforms require trained software developers Low-code platforms do need software developers. But that criteria doesn’t extend to no-code platforms. Thanks to no-code platforms, we’re entering a new phase in application development where any team member can become a citizen developer, helping build apps that support their company’s unique workflows. Check out this case study to see how Janis Majors, head of special projects at M&O Partners, used AppSheet to build several custom applications without having any technical expertise. Misconception #3: No-code apps are not secure You’re probably wondering: If any average employee can build an app with a no-code platform, doesn’t that increase the chances that the apps they end up building might be full of security vulnerabilities? Not at all, as long as you are using a platform that includes built-in security features and extensive compliance certification. As you begin your search for a no-code platform, ask yourself what kinds of security requirements your organization has. For example, you might be interested in SOC 2 Type 1 compliance to ensure that your apps comply with existing internal policies and regulations or you might be looking to build a HIPAA-compliant solution to keep personally identifiable information secure. If security is a top priority, look for no-code platforms that include built-in security features. With the right solution, citizen developers can define the security model of the apps they build, require users to sign in, set authentication providers, and implement domain authentication, and more. Leading no-code platforms will also ensure that data is encrypted both at-rest and in-transit. With the right solution in place, you won’t have to worry about a third-party provider storing your data; your information will simply pass through their servers, and data will always sync from the original source. As you can see, no-code application platforms can be highly secure, and with the right solution in place, your team always has the ability to adjust security measures as needed. Misconception #4: IT will lose control over no-code apps Some IT leaders believe that they won’t have much oversight over apps created on no-code platforms. The fear is that no-code apps will lead to “shadow IT,” i.e., technology that is used without IT’s knowledge or permission. To address this concern, look for no-code platforms that give administrators tools to manage users, teams, apps, and compliance. In short, citizens developers build apps while IT manages and governs the release of those apps—IT retains the same control over no-code apps as they would have over any other apps in their software suite. Rethink What’s Possible with AppSheet AppSheet is the platform of choice for making secure, complex, enterprise-grade apps with minimal technical experience or training. With this in mind, it comes as no surprise that AppSheet was named a leader in the 3Q18 Forrester Wave Report for mobile low-code platforms. More and more users are trying AppSheet, experiencing the app-building process for themselves, and enjoying great business outcomes because of it. Learn more about no-code development: Top Five Reasons Companies Are Turning to No-Code Development Platforms 7 Things to Look for in a No-Code Development Platform What is a No-Code Development Platform?  

5 Ways Custom Mobile Apps Increase Productivity

As businesses continually strive to lower costs and increase productivity, it comes as no surprise that more and more companies are investing in new technologies. Despite this, a recent report from McKinsey indicates that U.S. productivity growth has been steadily declining since 2004. The good news is that it’s possible to reverse that trend by using custom-built apps that are designed to support your company’s unique workflows while empowering on-the-go workers. Today’s mobile workforce needs apps that work well across all devices—phones, tablets, and laptops—while offering a seamless experience as employees move from one to the next. With the right custom mobile app in place, your team’s productivity will improve—even when your workers are out of the office. With that in mind, let’s take a look at five ways mobile apps help employees in all industries work more effectively.  1. Mobile apps increase employee engagement Employees become more engaged when they’re able to use modern tools that make their jobs easier and allow them to accomplish more. The importance of an engaged workforce can’t be overstated. According to Gallup, highly engaged teams are 21% more productive and 22% more profitable than their non-engaged counterparts. Studies also indicate that 70% of U.S. workers are unengaged at work—making them much more likely to be on the lookout for their next gig. On the flip side, 87% of engaged employees say they are unlikely to leave their employer. Since it costs more than $4,000 to replace an employee and takes an average of 42 days to fill a position, this has significant budgetary and productivity implications. A way to further increase engagement is by using a no-code development platform to empower your employees to build the custom apps they need. No-code platforms enable everyone on your team—even non-technical workers—to become citizen developers and participate in the app creation process. This approach increases engagement in two different ways: workflows become more efficient and employees learn how to use new tools. This is a big deal: A separate study from Gallup found that 87% of millennials highly value professional training and career growth in the workplace. Encouraging employees to participate in no-code mobile app creation not only satisfies these demands, it also directly benefits your company through digital transformation.  2. Mobile apps increase efficiency by eliminating mundane tasks There’s nothing an employee dreads more than having to repeat the same time-consuming tasks over and over again. According to IT Chronicles, office workers spend an average of 69 days each year on administrative tasks. Collectively, these wasted hours amount to an annual $5 trillion loss for companies around the world. How, specifically, can mobile apps increase efficiency? Building a custom mobile app enables organizations to collect, share and unify data to support different use cases. Employees no longer have to toggle between several spreadsheets to do their jobs. Instead, they can use a custom mobile app—which they might have even helped design. 3. Mobile apps reduce errors and improve production quality If your business still relies on a manual paper filing system, it’s time to consider upgrading. Swedish-based machine manufacturing giant Husqvarna recently used AppSheet to build a custom mobile app that digitalized inventory across its 150,000-square foot North American warehouse—home to over 35,000 SKUs. Prior to building with AppSheet, Husqvarna had 12 employees who were responsible for manually counting inventory and storing that data on paper.  Within eight months of using AppSheet, Husqvarna’s team created 41 unique apps. This led to productivity gains, more visibility into key metrics, fewer tracking errors, and increased employee engagement, among other benefits. 4. Mobile apps facilitate telecommuting and field technician productivity It’s no secret that employees today, and millennials in particular, expect more flexibility when it comes to working from home. In fact, experts predict that remote workers will account for 34–50% of the workforce by 2020. Research has shown that remote employees are actually more productive than their in-office counterparts. A recent Stanford study, for example, found that remote workers take less sick time, are less distracted, and are 50% less likely to leave their organizations.  However, if your business relies on employees filling out manual forms in the office—or if your employees are only able to access work-related files and documents from their work computers—they won’t be working remotely anytime soon. This also makes it harder to attract top talent, as remote working enables you to attract employees from all over the country—or even the world. Mobile apps enable employees to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and other key business tools from any connected device. In other words, employees can get their jobs done at any time from anywhere in the world. 5. Mobile apps increase productivity by connecting data In the past, organizations relied on several different software solutions to facilitate their day-to-day operations. The typical software suite might include tools to manage HR, accounting, inventory, supply chain, customer transactions, security, payroll, and more—all made by different vendors. Custom apps enable businesses to centralize all of this data—which means employees can access each system through a single interface. Research suggests that businesses with poor data quality lose 6% in revenue each year. Simply put, the more centralized your data is, the more accurate it will be—leading to greater productivity and profitability across your organization. Take Team Productivity to the Next Level with No-Code Apps Custom mobile apps help businesses realize significant productivity increases. These tools increase employee engagement—particularly when you empower your team to build their own custom apps. And they also make your company more efficient while reducing errors and streamlining communication.  Add it all up, and custom mobile apps save your business a lot of time and money, enabling you to improve productivity and reclaim countless hours by streamlining mundane tasks. That’s the ticket to a happier, more loyal workforce and a healthier bottom line.  

What’s the Difference Between No-Code and Low-Code App Development?

If your business uses custom apps or is in the market for one, you’ve probably come across the terms no-code and low-code. If by some chance you haven’t, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve published a primer on no-code development here, and this piece explores the differences between no-code and low-code.Both no-code and low-code app development platforms enable organizations to quickly and efficiently develop apps without having to manually write code. This means that new apps can be created in less time and for a fraction of the cost. It also means that iteration is easier than ever before. Low-code and no-code platforms are based on framework known as rapid application development (RAD), which, generally speaking, enables users to visually assemble an app via drag-and-drop tools. (Some leading no-code development platforms, however, can automatically create apps by analyzing business data. Those apps can then be further iterated by citizen developers.) So, what exactly are the differences between no-code and low-code development? And which approach is best for your company? Let’s take a look. What is low-code? Low-code app development was originally rolled out to streamline workflows of professional developers. Instead of having to manually write each line of code, developers could navigate pre-built app templates and user-friendly interfaces to quickly create and scale their applications. Low-code also enables more advanced developers to integrate an organization’s applications with other enterprise services. For example, a marketing team might want to create a custom app that automatically sends all social media notifications to one location, and a finance team might want to connect Quickbooks to an ERP or CRM solution. Low-code development, however, typically requires some level of technical coding expertise—more than the average citizen developer has. An easy way to remember all this: The word “low” doesn’t imply “nothing.” Low-code still involves a bit of effort on the employee’s end. Who should use low-code? A low-code platform is better suited for enterprises with in-house developers. With a low-code platform, developers can take advantage of: Packaged modules and templates that make it easy to reuse code. Design tools—most commonly drag-and-drop—that make for easier app design, especially when it comes to the UI. Lifecycle management functionality that simplifies the deployment, devops, and application management processes. Taken together, low-code platforms make developers more agile and productive. But if your employees don’t know how to code, or if you don’t have an IT or development team, low-code is probably not the best choice. What is no-code? No-code app development relies on the same RAD framework mentioned earlier. Depending on the no-code platform, apps can either be created automatically through data analysis or by using intuitive drag-and-drop techniques. In either case, the main advantage is that employees don’t have to know anything about coding to be able to build transformative applications. (That’s why it’s called no-code development, after all.) Not only does no-code save a ton of time (months and potentially even years of development), empowering all of your employees to be able to create apps may in fact boost morale. A recent Gallup study, for example, found that 87% of millennials want professional development opportunities within their organization. In other words, no-code is a win for your customers, your organization, and your employees. Who should use no-code? No-code platforms are ideal for organizations that want to build their own apps to increase efficiency and streamline business processes, yet have limited development resources. As an example, a leading Colorado-based construction contractor relies on AppSheet to automate reporting, maintenance, payroll, and repairs. The future is no-code Low-code and no-code app development platforms have revolutionized the app development industry. Projects that used to take months or years now take far less time, enabling organizations to build apps more quickly and efficiently to solve their unique problems. At the same time, everyday employees are becoming more engaged as they participate in the digital transformation of their organizations, using no-code platforms to build applications that make their teams, departments and entire companies more effective. Add it all up, and it’s safe to say the future is no-code. We expect to see organizations increasingly adopt no-code development platforms as we move into the future. Tell me more To learn more about no-code platforms and digital transformation check out: Our overview of what no-code platforms are and what they can do. The top 5 reasons companies are turning to no-code platforms for business app development. How our customers are unlocking the full potential of rapid no-code app development.

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