In today’s highly complex business environment to make an efficient Finance Automation journey, we must start with a full approach and look at four key areas: Processes, Technology, People, Information.
In our last post about the OutSystems event #NextStep, we discussed how low-code is a significant asset when it comes to overcoming challenges in application development. This week we present the three new game changers that the platform presented.
In last week’s post, we talked about the main challenges when developing software from scratch. Today, we continue our discussion following two topics: how those drawbacks are usually addressed within the companies and how we can look at them through the low-code lenses.
We humans are used to think that every time we try to do something fast, we are going to get lousy results. And even in technology, where a lot of the work is automated, we still believe this standard.
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