Low/no-code systems’ impact on IS strategy and competitive advantage
Low-code and no-code platforms like Mendix, Betty Blocks and WEM among others are changing the way information systems are developed (PaaS). The global market in 2023 is expected to grow six times the value of 2018 (according to researchandmarkets.com) and 74% of IT professionals see low-code solutions as key to rapid application development (according to www.prnewswire.com). What is the background of this development, what triggers within organisation are relevant and how should companies act to get the best out of these platforms to server their goals.
Review of the webinar: “Transform the customer experience without limits (with Low-code)’.
A holistic approach for combining technology with organisation orchestration using the ‘Technology Stack’ (Porter, 2015) and the ‘Digital innovation framework’ (Nylén & Holmström, 2015).
Review of the QSM Thinkwise benchmark providing recommendations for analysis and decision making, including a video with thoughts and reflections on the benchmark.
What is the connection between no-code platforms and digital transformation. WhitePaper Critique 1.
Why is silo busing an issue implementing information systems and what can be done to optimize added value.
Reviewing paper ‘Developing a Software Quality Framework for low-code Model Driven Development Platforms based on Behaviour Driven Development Methodology’ (Braams, 2017).
What developments in social media are impacting the way of doing business. A one minute paper on video lecture ‘Social Media’ by Dr. David Kreps.
Article: The utility of rapid application development in large-scale, complex projects. Critique based Analysis Pro Forma template enclosed.