Does the rise of low-code/no-code help or hinder human interaction?

The way we interact is changing quickly. Technology is taking over the way we communicate since the introduction of AI.

David Byrne, the lead singer of Talking Heads, has a unique view that less human interaction may be better...in some cases. In an MIT Technology Review article, Byrne shared his view "Human interaction is often perceived, from an engineer’s mindset, as complicated, inefficient, noisy, and slow. Part of making something “frictionless” is getting the human part out of the way." (source)

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Why CIOs are top investors in low-code/no-code platforms

The time it takes to get an app built and deployed using a low-code/no-code platform has changed the way CIOs function within a business. Financial performance and inventory records have to be accounted for whether the business is the local coffee roaster or the corner Starbucks. It's the CIO who takes the information from the business analyst or manager and orchestrates how to effectively build a digital solution.

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Off the shelf vs. fully customized business applications: which is right for your business

You know that business software applications will considerably enhance all aspects of your business, but what is the real cost of these to your bottom line? In a world where 63-percent of organizations have some customization or significant customization added into their ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning or business process management software), many companies turn to off-the-shelf options, but are they right for the business? Are there affordable alternatives?

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The 7 myths of low-code/no-code platforms destroyed

King Arthur and the sword in the stone, Perseus the slayer of Medusa, even Unicorns (believe it or not) are all myths! Myths have been around for as long as humans have been able to tell stories. Fabricated stories passed down for centuries with not a single fact to back them up. Which is why it's time to put the low-code/no-code myths to rest - so they don't get passed on and lose their original meaning for existing.

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