Jim Fennell’s experience with low-code / no-code (LCNC) Jim Fennel is the Information Systems Manager at Lagan Management. I talked to him about low-code / no-code and digital transformation. In short, it was a refreshing down-to-earth conversation about IT. About three and a half years ago 80% of the company, was sold and Jim is
Citizen development is the bridge Digital transformation does not only apply to the “technicians”, or the tech geeks but, also to the people outside of the tech world for whom digital business transformation can all be very intimidating. This can create a digital divide. Technology should never be a barrier – it should be an enabler!
Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) application development platform It all started with an idea. But, today Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) development platform is empowering thousands of citizen developers to drive digitalisation in their organisations. A long time ago, a young couple of IT specialists moved to Ireland from Portugal. In Ireland, they began working
I have had the pleasure of working with some fascinating characters in the world of citizen development, no-code and low-code. The excitement of technology abstraction allows people to play Lego with software and build anything they want. Certainly, the impact that has on automation, efficiency, and digital transformation. But, also the implications for organisational development,
Why are no code development platforms emerging? There is a rising demand for generating more software in today’s business world. However, there is a limited number of skilled people who can create software. No code platforms are emerging because they’re much easier to learn compared to coding. No code development concept has positively changed how