Pillir Releases Free Downloadable No-Code/Low-Code Evaluation Guide
Low-code/no-code tools are gaining huge momentum among businesses looking to drive agility and increase operational efficiency by leveraging custom application development processes. Platform extensibility, native-mobile components, visual tools for application logic, etc., are a few of the growing list of features that make a quality no-code/low-code platform package.
As a provider of class-leading low-code supply chain applications, Pillir has released a free low-code platform evaluation guide.
With the guide, the company stresses the importance of deploying a high-end low-code platform to significantly improve warehouse productivity while driving measurable (and quick) returns.
A set of blocks, a no-code development platform offers WYSIWYG editors and drag-and-drop components to help develop applications promptly–with zero coding.
On the other side, offering base-level scripts, codes, and integrations, a low-code platform provides app development environments that enable businesses to develop enterprise-grade apps with minimal coding. Leveraging such a platform, developers can build, prototype, and scale medium-complexity and high-complexity apps faster–no need to design complex IT infrastructure.
Besides these two, enterprises can use transform code while transitioning to modern IT environments, such as SAP S/4HANA, as part of their effort to modernise their legacy apps. This results in reduced technical debt and a clean digital core with much fewer remediation efforts.
Backed by years of SAP expertise, Pillir aims to help warehouse teams invest in the right low-code/no-code platform to drive innovation across all lines of business.
Shedding light on the benefits of leveraging an LC/NC tool, the company pinpoints the driving forces behind the rising adoption rate of such a system among SAP-centric businesses.
According to the company, with the shortfall of development talent predicted to soar to as high as four million by 2025, recruiting and retaining experts will become more expensive. With a low-code/no-code platform, seasoned developers as well as people with little coding expertise can build apps optimised to their specific needs faster and more efficiently. And needless to say, being able to create reusable objects leads to minimised time-to-market, thus ensuring consistency across the ecosystem.
Furthermore, unlike traditional app development processes, a high-end transform code tool, enabling side-by-side configuration, makes the application modernisation process seamless and cost-efficient, Pillir explains.
According to Pillir, to accelerate speed to delivery while significantly lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) of SAP applications, leveraging a sophisticated LC/NC or transform code is a no-brainer.
However, the company urges warehouse operators to gauge the features of each vendor and get buy-in from their teams, focusing on small successes with line-of-business (LOB) users.
For example, Pillir offers enterprises EdgeReady Cloud, a purpose-built low-code app development platform.
With reusable objects and little-to-no coding, Pillir helps SAP organisations build mobile-friendly, highly resilient, scalable, and effortlessly manageable business applications for complex SAP environments.
Offering complete lifecycle solutions–from design to deployment–Pillir enables companies to automate their major business operations while building on their SAP investment, the company claims.
On top of this, leveraging its pre-built integrations for SAP and other legacy systems, enterprises can efficiently modernise their SAP processes or apps in weeks, even days–regardless of device, network connectivity, or back-end system.
To quote a client, “Pillir’s applications allowed us to track our loading/unloading activities in our SAP system in real time instead of intermittently, significantly improving productivity in the warehouse.”
More information about Pillir’s guide to no-code/low-code evaluation process is at https://www.pillir.io.
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