What Are Good Use Cases for No-Code and Low-Code?

What Are Good Use Cases for No-Code and Low-Code?

No-code and low-code development can help organizations modernize their digital workplace and improve the employee experience in many areas… 

Enhanced guided attention and employee experience. With hundreds of systems vying for users’ attention throughout the day, it’s challenging for employees to know what needs their immediate attention. No-code and low-code apps can be developed to reduce digital friction and help workers manage their attention and deliver a greater employee experience. These can be simple integrations to systems and applications can abstract just the right amount of information employees need to know or act on – at the right moment.

Better business processes management. No-code and low-code development can deliver tremendous value in improving business processes, reducing friction, and making it less painful for users to execute routine tasks. This is accomplished by delivering targeted portions of complex enterprise applications to users for experiences such as onboarding, expense management, procurement requests, travel approvals, tasks/workflows, time management etc.

Reporting and dashboards. Providing users with easy access to the data they need to work effectively is an area where no-code and low-code development can add tremendous value. Apps can be built that bring datapoints and KPIs together from various systems to create centralized dashboards for groups like sales, marketing, and IT to use, eliminating the need for them to log into disparate systems and spend valuable time compiling that information for themselves.

Optimized operations EX + CX. There are many use cases where no-code and low-code development can help aid, guide, and take actions on behalf of employees. This is particularly helpful in the realm of HR and IT and may include inputting help desk and support tickets, requesting ticket status, requesting a list of solutions or actions and directions to resolve issues, updated list of inventories, FAQs, etc.


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