Resco Products chose Kianda no-code business application development platform to achieve business goals
Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) application development platform

What makes Kianda low-code / no-code (LCNC) platform special? In my interview, Osvaldo Sousa (Osvaldo Sousa : The Future of
No-code)
 made some big claims. When something sounds too good to be true, it invariably is. I wanted to see this for myself, hence my conversation with Daniel Wertz, the Director of Information Technology, Resco Products.

86 platforms reviewed for vendor rating

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Daniels claim to fame in Kianda is that he analysed 86 (!) no-code / low-code (NCLC) providers.

Daniel included some of the top players’ platforms to decide which vendor he would use for workflow and business process automation.

That is how he ended up with the Kianda no-code / low-code application development platform.

Mission to find the best platform

He was on a mission to replace the current cumbersome system that was a pain to use. He was looking to digitise some of their business processes. Examples of these processes include incident reporting, data collection, capital expenditure approvals, purchasing approvals, etc.

Subsequently, he wanted to find a no-code / low-code solution that:

Frogs

He kissed many frogs. He found that there are a plethora of solutions, with lots of different definitions and interpretations of business process automation. To clarify, there is no standard. As a result, this makes vendor selection very difficult. So, during the search for a viable NCLC platform, Daniel set some key criteria: 

1.   Dashboarding 
2.  Form design 
3.  Multiple columns  
4.  Table creation  
5.  Conditional fields  
6.  Integration  
7.  Single sign-on  
8.  Link to outside partners  
9.  Data storage   
10. Public-facing forms  
11.  Approval process  
12. Price  
 

The basicsand piloting Kianda No code Low code platform

He requested a demo, played around, and then piloted Kianda with users, using the data from the existing system. The users were very positive. For example, they found Kianda has a simple data input, is easy to use, and integrates well with their systems inside and outside the company. Those are the basics.

The three main reasons for choosing Kianda No code Low code platform

Ultimately it is about unrivalled flexibility, the platform’s ability to scale and grow with the company, the integration and the access to multiple data sources. 

Kianda is exceptional in that regard. For instance,  many platforms no-code / low-code platforms in the market make several promises but have lost sight of the importance of doing the simple things right.

Indeed, there are lots of NCLC providers, and they are all jumping on the bandwagon. However, the basic functionality of Kianda is what sets above the rest. So, that, combined with the Kianda track record, made Kianda’s no-code / low-code development platform an easy choice for Resco Products. 

My conclusion

I have written extensively about citizen development and I have also spoken with many experts. There are quite a few issues that CIOs are worried about (risk, security, chaos). However, in particular, the lack of flexibility due to vendor lock-in, the data access and the integration are huge issues once you start applying NCLC in larger organisations. 

Next-generation NCLC

Kianda might just have developed the next generation of low-code platform-based, entirely flexible, borderless, fully integratable, and can access multiple data sources!. In short, it can give your systems a new lease of life and allows for full extension of the possibilities. That is, beyond efficiency and workflow. Think digital twinning, think innovation, think digital transformation without limits. 

But, you don’t have to take my word for it. Ask Daniel. 

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Hear from Daniel Wertz IT Director of Resco Products, as he explains the factors that made him choose Kianda no-code business application development platform as the right no-code low code platform to achieve his business goals.

 

What to Look for in a Low-Code/No-Code Provider - A Customer Success Story With US Manufacturer Resco Products

Cumbersome, siloed legacy systems, disjointed paper and email processes are thorns in the side of the modern digital workplace. Daniel Wertz, IT director at Resco Products, wanted to solve this with an easy-to-use, flexible toolkit to streamline data collection and reporting and offer system-agnostic integrations. Daniel analysed a number of low-code/no-code (LCNC) providers using 86 platforms (!) to decide which vendor he would use for workflow and business process automation and discovered Kianda. The Kianda no-code application development and business process automation platform was the only one that checked all the key boxes for Resco. 
 
Daniel Wertz, Resco Products and Derya Sousa, Kianda Technologies, discuss Daniel’s decision process as he worked to find the right solution. They will detail Daniel’s 10 key criteria and how he ensured success on his mission to replace the current cumbersome system using the Kianda flexible no-code platform.

Speakers  

Time : 11.45 – 12.10 (EST) 

Date:  November 18th, 2021

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Ron Immink is a Best-Selling Author, Entrepreneur and Coach and Mentor of Tibor. He has extensive experience in the areas of (social) entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, strategy, innovation and SME engagement and regards himself as an entreprenerd. He has read over 10,000 books, has written 18 books of his own and has worked with many leading universities, membership organisations, corporate clients, government departments, public agencies and thousands of businesses across Europe. See more at:

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