Adopting Low Code, No Code Platforms as Better Alternatives for Your Business (E-Commerce).
In the past few years, the global tech industry has grown tremendously. Technology-based software and services have become relevant in virtually every industry. Recent predictions by Gartner indicate that the worldwide IT spend could reach about $4.5 trillion in 2022, a 5.5% increase from 2021. As one might imagine, organizations across various fields require development teams to build and maintain web-based applications that contribute to their overall business success. However, with increasing demand comes competition and shortage.
Rather than re-invent the wheel thereby imposing huge overhead costs and technical management requirements on your business processes. You could simply outsource the IT part of your business to the experts that do it as a business. By so doing, you have removed a chunk of tasks that could easily burn you out and cause you not to focus on the financial part of your business – making your business profitable.
While having an advanced tech team and a sophisticated software is good, the need to focus on results, productivity and profitability is paramount. because, having a complete software solution for your business requires specialists of each sector of the projects, a frontend engineer, backend engineer, UI/UX engineer, etc. which comes at a high cost and maintenance as compared to the outsourcing alternatives available.
Most businesses don’t understand this clear fact and are victims of the rush to adopt new technologies and create a new technical department out of their businesses without proper analysis of the ROI.
However, if you already have a well-managed technical team, how would you empower your non-technical teams while also nurturing the skills of their technologically-advanced peers?
This is where utilizing low-code or no-code platforms could be the pathway to achieving better and cost-efficient results.
Many experts have suggested that low/no-code app development will dominate 2021 and beyond. Low-code and no-code platforms make it possible for users to build software applications without having to write much or even any code at all. The purpose of this is to free up time for developers and give non-developers the chance to implement changes to their platform.
Launching new storefronts can be challenging for any business. Implementing new front-end designs and developing microsites from scratch can result in additional overhead costs and a lower than expected return on investment. Furthermore, adopting new decoupled touchpoints usually means that a different service level agreement (SLA) will be required. These issues are stumbling blocks for enterprises that demand agility.
For many digital commerce enterprises, flexibility is crucial. Being flexible automatically equates to more freedom to experiment. Additionally, flexibility and speed are essential when creating mini-sites for sub-brands or promotions, building storefronts for different markets/regions, or simply testing and evaluating new store features.
Business users are beginning to see how a feature-ready platform with pre-composed layouts can make their lives easier. Similarly, developers looking to save both their time and energy are shifting towards utilizing a custom framework that would help front-end developers easily deploy changes and give back-end developers some stability.
Tintrel provides a fully automated custom E-Commerce solution that helps businesses effortlessly scale and sell in volumes, anywhere, anytime, without having to depend on IT teams.
Get in touch with us to learn more about our E-Commerce services, and what we can do for your unique business.