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The Low-code Movement

Faster results. Lower cost. Full integration.

The global low-/no-code trend offers companies the ultimate platform on their path towards digitizing their environment. Digital processes can be realized faster than ever and actual business users are enabled to further develop needed functionality in an agile manner. Furthermore, mature existing apps can be integrated easily and provided to users around the globe in a matter of a few clicks.
Simple integration

Comfortable integration of existing and new apps and analysis tools

Fast development

New functionality can be developed by actual users, raising user acceptance

Lower IT overhead
Apps are provided to users with much less needs for IT involvement

What is Low-/No-Code ?

Low-/No-code is a more efficient form of software programming. Thanks to visual software modules, users can edit software using the modular principle, even without programming knowledge.

Businessman using online trading technology on laptop computer searching for digital data of stock for investment

Why a Low-/No-Code platform?

Because these platforms solve so many of the issues that make digital transofrmation with conventional means difficult, complex and expensive.


Standard apps

Standard apps ready without much customization



Integrated customization capabilities for business users or development professionals



Far reaching process and data integration across countless applications

In-Memory Datenbank

One step at a time

Agile projects with quick return of investment

Applications Lifecycle


Convenient publishing of apps towards all users


Save cost

Lower your cost in non-core busines areas like IT

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Return of Investment
Developed Apps

Percentage in global software development in 2024 (Gartner)

Return of Investment by replacing existing systems with low-code solutions (Ricoh)

Time required to develop a modern mobile digital banking (thinkmoney)

Apps Schneider Electric develope in 20 months (mostly less than 10 weeks)