Low-code Development

Axacraft believes that low-code development is a game changer. We can help develop low-code solutions that address the constant pace of change that our clients are managing.

Axacraft Low-code Development

By 2025, 70% of new applications developed within enterprises will use no-code or low-code technologies.

Rather than delivering IT systems to the workforce that are rigid and hard to customize, organizations are deploying low-code applications that empower staff to deliver the innovation they need.

By 2025, 70% of new applications developed within enterprises will use no-code or low-code technologies.

Low-code doesn't mean low maturity.

Traditional approaches to writing software are still very valid. In fact, Axacraft is very much "pro-code." The problem with some coded software solutions is that they are often built with obtuse, system-specific coding languages that make them incredibly difficult to maintain, even by highly skilled software developers. This “pro code” is still used in many applications, but it is no longer the only option. The reason is because low-code tools are now incredibly powerful compared to just a few years ago.

Low-code doesn't mean low maturity.
Empower your workforce. Software is for everyone.

Low-code development simplifies the processes used in pro coding, giving users the ability to configure and customize parts of an application without the need for IT expertise and coding skills.

Empower your workforce. Software is for everyone.
Common use cases for low-code

Low-code development can offer control & flexibility over traditional custom-code alternatives.

Common use cases for low-code development within the enterprise include:

  • Apps that orchestrate business processes and workflows within apps

  • Forms or data-collection apps

  • Apps that replace paper, email or spreadsheets

Low-code development can offer control & flexibility over traditional custom-code alternatives.

Why Axacraft looks to low-code for software advantages in the enterprise.

Organizational agility

No-code and low-code platforms have evolved to provide business users with a versatile and agile toolkit that solves their software needs without the need for expert programming resources from the IT department.

Greater autonomy

Low-code and no-code platforms are particularly effective tools for empowerment. They allow business experts to easily roll out the applications they need with little to no input from traditional software developers, while also incorporating approval mechanisms on the IT side where necessary.

Economically advantageous

Software will play an even bigger role in the enterprise and it's critical the businesses can scale to meet this reality. With low-cde, business users no longer need to rely on IT teams to start using what they’ve built, and they can easily adapt and quickly implement changes as needed.

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Low code is here to stay.

Low-code will be part of an increasing number of core business applications. For business owners and managers, that means the ability to adapt to whatever the world throws at them. IT departments can focus on higher value and complex projects, and end users can build their own applications to solve the problems that affect them daily