Meanwhile, there are many different low-code providers on the market. But some of what is called low-code is actually not a low-code platform at all. Often, this technology is only used in a partial context instead of implementing the complete mapping of an application lifecycle management (ALM). For example, some of them only support the workflow management or the modeling of business processes. But typical things that should be supported with a low-code platform when building apps are possibilities for creating user interfaces, defining processes, and integrating and connecting systems for utilizing data. And if you want to have a platform that can be the central tool that doesn’t limit you in building apps from the very beginning to deployment and subsequent processes, then a multi-experience development platform, as Simplifier is, should be more in your focus.
Of course, there are also solutions that don’t require any coding skills – so-called no-code platforms, but this fact and the associated drawbacks should definitely be clear to you. If you want to have more possibilities in the flexible creation of applications, you cannot choose a no-code platform, for these requirements you would be too limited and run into a dead end. While these promise greater time savings, they have limited flexibility and are therefore not a real alternative.
For this reason, we have developed Simplifier. A low-code platform that is simple and fast – and that flexibly adapts to your business.