Conclusion:

Low-code platforms have the potential to fast-track process digitisation. In addition to making coding faster and easier, low-code can also bolster collaboration between developers, business analysts, and general staff on digital transformation. Yet many organisations still find it challenging to democratise digital processes and automation.

A low-code culture does not just happen with the introduction of low-code tools.

To create a low-code culture, organisations must follow a strategic approach to reduce legacy dependencies, adopt iterative problem-solving, institute robust data governance, and sustain a centre of excellence (CoE) that includes IT teams, business analysts, and general staff (citizen developers).

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