Industry Spotlight: Efficiency, ease of low-code power digital transformations

Low-code solutions are often viewed as a means for non-technical people to create line-of-business applications and as a way for developers to create custom solutions that solve specific business needs. An example offered in the first of this series of articles described a restaurant owner who needed a unique software development solution for food purchasing or managing changes to online menus. While low-code platforms do offer this, they have another advantage: acting as a guideline for development teams creating custom software solutions. Calabash, a process consulting firm founded by John Bratincevic and Matthew Hubbard, uses Kintone’s low-code platform to create...