Extending your capability is easy thanks to the nocode / low-code revolution. As an SI or ISV, don't get left behind the competition by hiring expensive development teams - join the revolution!
If you’re an SI or ISV, Buzzy can make your life easier - thanks to the “nocode / low code” revolution. We’ve designed a tool for you to take to your customers which lets you offer them a fast solution with a lightning-fast time frame. You can extend your capability - without needing to hire a team of developers - and not get left behind the competition.
Traditionally, apps frequently took months or even years to develop. Now, by using a low code platform, it’s possible to create and deploy a new app within weeks or days - even hours.
Low code development isn’t new. Rapid application development (RAD) tools have been around since the 1980s. But today’s need for immediacy and agility, combined with a shortage of developers, have driven a market for low code, and even "no code", app development platforms. Gartner predicts that low code application building will account for more than 65% of all app development functions by the year 2024, with around 66% of large companies using a minimum of four low code platforms.
By adding Buzzy to your solution offering, you can deliver the following features. Adding to your existing capabilities it will create a brillant, powerful and reliable solution.
1. No tech skills needed
Some low-code development platforms require no coding knowledge at all. They offer drag-and-drop functionality, pre-built user interfaces and templates for different business processes. This enables "citizen developers" (or geeks who don’t have enough time)- ie people outside the IT department - to create their own apps.
One of the challenges with software development is ensuring that an app can integrate with other systems and tools. In some cases third party connectors might even be needed. Many low-code platforms have out-of-the-box APIs and are cloud-agnostic, so they can be used with any cloud providers.
Coding from scratch is always going to take more time - and money. By using templates you can put systems in place at lightning speed - allowing for instant innovation, delivery and business value.
4. Easy, rapid updates
With low-code development, an app can quickly be adapted to market changes or customer needs, adding new functions and features. This also makes for a better customer experience. This also helps organisations keep up with regulatory changes and compliance.
5. Best practices at cloud scale
No code/low code abstracts a lot of the moving parts such as the scalable cloud platform, the database, the underlying code and patterns, which are developed using best practices. This reduces the options a “citizen developer” can make, reducing the potential introduction of bad code. These benefits extend into scalability and maintainability in the ever-changing world of software. As the underlying no/low code platform is updated and improved, all the applications on the platform benefit instantly.
6. User Experience
Creating business apps that have the usability of consumer apps ensures that users have a great experience and will maintain usage.
7. Ideal for Agile methodologies
As organisations look to methodologies like Design Thinking to be more agile and responsive in today’s challenging world, they need new tools to match the speed of innovation. Using weak paper, screen prototypes and mockups do this, and then waiting for developing to punch something out, can mean losing momentum. With no/low-code, a working product can be created in a fraction of the time, and the gap between prototype and test closes.