The Rise of No-Code Applications In Enterprise Settings

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Companies are finding new ways to go lean and efficient. One of the ways they’re achieving this is through the use of no-code applications in enterprise settings.

Exploring these trends and how these platforms work on this episode of In The Cloud, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Sagi Eliyahu, Co-Founder & CEO, Tonkean. Tonkean develops enterprise-grade no-code OS for business operations efficiency, used by enterprise clients like Salesforce, Google, and major gig-work companies.

“There’s been a massive shift in the last few years and a somewhat bigger shift in the last year with COVID and everything,” Eliyahu said of the push toward no-code applications. “In the last decade, it was all about the Cloud, and still digital transformation is about moving to the Cloud.”

The move to the Cloud, API and SaaS opened the door to how users leverage software in organizations, according to Eliyahu. No-code platforms focus on ease of integration, adaptability, and ease of use. Instead of requiring coding to build out these workflows, no-code utilizes a malleable GUI. For example, users can double-click into a service online and start using it the right way, which is how they are improving processes.

“With that value came a lot of responsibility, as well, where now you have different parts of the business that can bring in new technology, but not necessarily going through IT,” Eliyahu said.

Fast-forward to where we are now, and COVID forces companies to be more agile and adaptive as they think about their operations and processes. Companies need the tools to move fast without jeopardizing the importance of governance, best practices, and compliance.

“We’re actually seeing an increase in both IT and business sides adopting, or planning to adopt, no-code technologies,” Eliyahu said.

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