Digitization places new demands on enterprise software

Hückelhoven, 12.02.2021 In the course of the digital transformation, many companies have to ask themselves whether their business software is up to the new requirements. After all, digitization also means speed, scalability and, above all, flexibility. That’s why more and more companies are turning to business applications built on low-code platforms.

Since the 1980s, systems that were primarily implemented with 4GL languages have dominated: The primary goals were to reduce development effort and improve maintenance options by separating the programs and their flow logic from the user interface data compared to the “former” 3GL languages. In the age of digitalization, however, the advantages are fading more and more and the disadvantages are becoming apparent.

It is not uncommon for companies to find themselves in a vendor dependency. New requirements (e.g., mobile applications, integration or cloud capability) – especially in the area of business applications such as ERP or CRM systems – can be realized less and less frequently or only at great additional expense due to outdated basic technologies. In addition to a lack of mobile data access and slowness of the system, there are many other signs that the enterprise software is no longer up to the demands of digitization.

Classic signs of outdated enterprise software are:

  • There are no or only sporadic, cost-intensive updates.
  • The enterprise software no longer fully maps the company’s processes.
  • The software does not grow with the company and is too complex and overloaded.
  • Adaptations can now only be made by specialists.
  • Maintenance costs are constantly rising.
  • Data is captured multiple times via different isolated applications.

Low code platforms: The future of enterprise software

Low-code platforms such as the brixxbox raise the topic of enterprise software to a completely new level and enable companies to position themselves with their enterprise software in a future-proof, flexible, and scalable manner in a short time Low-code platforms can be understood as the successor to 4GL languages: Requirements are implemented significantly faster and more cost-effectively with the help of graphical modeling methods.
In addition to simplicity, the focus of future-proof enterprise software is above all on flexibility and scalability. Here, too, low-code platforms can score points: Any business processes can be mapped with low-code systems and – if desired – adapted by any employee within a few minutes; new functionalities can be added easily and flexibly at any time. Existing systems can be supplemented at will without duplicate data storage if a complete change is not immediately an option for certain reasons. But also the cloud capability and almost unlimited integration possibilities make enterprise software based on low code a real alternative.

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Premium Partner GEBRA-IT relies on low code based application development for years

More and more innovative consulting and software service providers recognize the trend and use the new possibilities of low-code development. GEBRA-IT, for example, has been successfully using the low-code platform brixxbox as the basis for its customer projects for years. Today, all customers – whether food factories, telecommunications companies, or service providers – confirm that they benefit enormously from the modern, innovative solution. Even institutions with more traditional structures are already working successfully with GEBRA-IT today in order to be better prepared for the topics of digitalization in the future.

Interested parties can register for the low code platform brixxbox free of charge at any time and test the brixxbox 30 days free of charge: https://app.brixxbox.net/account/register

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