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How low can you code?
Technology | December 2022
Low-code automation is set to transform businesses - but what exactly is it, and what will it mean for how your organisation works? Tim Hood...

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So you think you're ready for Digital Transformation?
Opinion | December 2022
Eugene Young, Country Director UK/Ireland at DocuWare, suggests 10 game-changing questions to ask before leaping into invoice automation

Our last eNewsletter for 2022 includes an interesting article from Hyland's Tim Hood on the potential impact of low-code and no-code approaches on automation strategies - you ignore these emerging practices at your peril. Low- or no-code development tools allow organisations to create new applications without having to write expensive, time-consuming and extremely detailed code.

This can prove transformational for businesses, and perhaps unsurprisingly a growing number of organisations are seeing it as the way forward. Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2025, seven out of ten new applications that are developed by enterprises will be created this way - a considerable rise from just 20% five years earlier.

"Low-code is an opportunity for organisations to reshape their IT functions completely so that they become more worker- and customer-centric," says Hood in his article. "But, for it to fulfil its potential, teams must be empowered to develop the applications they need and not feel their efforts are being choked by bureaucracy. Not all business leaders are comfortable giving their workforce the freedom and scope for this kind of organic software growth."

Low- and no-code should not be seen as a magic bullet, but a platform that lets users build whatever application they require - with minimal coding - is an excellent way to accelerate your automation journey and inject new momentum into your digital transformation.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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