Low-Code Development Platforms Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Paul Parisi says in an Appian review
Enterprise Architect at a tech consulting company with self employed
Form building capabilities and well thought out process modelling are key points to this product. View full review »
Markus Travaille says in a Mendix review
Business Development Manager & Project manager at EGALiT
* The complete stack: You have a complete cloud operations, and everything is included. For every customer, wherever we go, we can provide a solution within a few days with a complete data environment in a very stable, high performance cloud. * The development environment is model-driven. We really like this because we can use the information from this for our business engineers to make the information models, and they can also execute the model. * We do not need programmers anymore, so it is a small team of business engineers who design and build the application without us needing to program. That makes our teams four to six times more productive, but also a lot smaller with no overhead and very flexible. It is something, and not every Mendix partner does this. A lot of them have still use analysts and programmers in different roles, but we do not do this. I like that we use the platform on this level. We stick within the core of the platform, so we don't do anything with custom Java or custom JavaScript. View full review »
PRAMOD JAIN says in an OutSystems review
Associate Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has so many features and almost every one of them is awesome. It makes our development life easier. The most important features of this tool are its visual modeling capabilities and drag and drop functionality. You can see what you are coding which makes it easy to understand and maintain. They have also created a big revolution in digital transformation by introducing native mobile app development under the same IDE. Integrations with external systems with SOAP and REST are easy to implement off-the-shelf, but a developer can always implement specific libraries for other integrations. View full review »
it_user264834 says in an Appian review
BPM Consultant at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
You can develop a back-end UI and back-end reports using this tool. View full review »
Mallik Kesavaraju says in a Pega BPM review
Associate Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I think it is the user interface and the ease of developing the workflow for an application. It has a lot of gadgets to just plug and play, and that cuts down your development time quite a bit. View full review »
George Khairallah says in a QuickBase review
Chief Technology Officer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The ease of use of Quickbase is second to none. Creating applications in Quickbase will take, literally, a fraction of the time it would take to create them in other database applications (which shall remain unnamed). . View full review »
Mehdi Hasankhan.M says in an Oracle Application Express (APEX) review
Head of Development and Implementation at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
The first feature that I think is very important is that the product is able to safely deploy on the web. You can develop any application and you can share it on the web without any installation by the end client. The second-best option in Oracle APEX is that it is very easy and very fast. You can quickly create forms and reports and in the reports feature there are a lot of options to help complete tasks. In some ways, it is the same as in Microsoft Excel. You can create charts or create almost anything that has the same features as Excel and it will be immediately available for the end client to use it. View full review »
reviewer948792 says in a Microsoft PowerApps review
Solution Architect at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is easily connecting to data services. I can have a SharePoint list and connect with users through PowerApps to present the information. I am also able to connect with Microsoft Flow, which allows me to connect with different people to email and update items in Sharepoint. View full review »
MikhailLyubimov says in a Pega BPM review
Managing Director, Intelligent Automation Practice, Business Consulting at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
Pega is currently number one in BPM and case management solutions, according to Gartner and Forrester. I like that it’s mostly a no-code platform. It’s also more of an enterprise-level solution. It looks like a front end stack. There are dozens of applications that are just moored to each other. However, Pega feels like one solution. The interface is quite simple and easy to use, even for beginners. View full review »
reviewer1050882 says in a Pega BPM review
System Architect at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
The solution's most valuable feature is its quick setup. Nowhere else you can create a good-looking application this quick. It's a fairly robust system. From an end-user perspective, you can build a really good user experience with the user interface they offer. View full review »
Christoph Ruepprich says in an Oracle Application Express (APEX) review
User
This solution offers declarative, low-code development. Improves delivery speed, accuracy, and performance. It provides attractive GUIs allowing professionally-styled applications without the need to know HTML, CSS, or JavaScript. Portability: It can be easily moved to other environments. View full review »
SamirTafech says in a ServiceNow Now Platform review
Senior Digital Enterprise Director at DetaSad
Incident Management and workflow are the most valuable features for us for the time (at least for us currently). Also Learning materials, such as online courses, are readily available. This solution is not difficult, and I have learned it from taking e-courses. I am actively giving the courses to my full team, because I want them to learn about it as well. when it comes for the interface of ServiceNow is ok, and it is easy to use. View full review »
Molifi Sehaole says in a ServiceNow Now Platform review
Business Relationship Manager at Sasol
The most valuable feature of this solution is cataloging the requests, which allows us to speed up the process and improve the user experience. The knowledge management feature is now continuously learning from incidents. View full review »
Logisthead67 says in an Infinite Blue review
Head of Logistics and Operations at a manufacturing company with 51-200 employees
The solution is simple. It's very easy to deploy, and there's no risk with sorting that out. It's very fast to develop the screens and the modelilng. View full review »
Eric Casteel says in an Appian review
Net Appian Developer with 11-50 employees
The Cloud offering is a nice feature. The process models provide self-documenting systems. View full review »
NanfaKumswa says in an Appian review
CTO/Owner at AVAILSYS LTD
The most valuable features of Appian are the Low Code, robust Process Design, Run-time Management, Deployment, Interfaces, and Mobility. The business rules capability are advanced and the integration capabilities are second to none. We also find security to be more robust than pretty much all other application platforms we've worked with in the past. View full review »
Uriel Zamora says in an Appian review
Technical Service Advisor with 10,001+ employees
This solution provides for fast development with Quick Apps and simple CRUD user interfaces. Some of the other features are: * Fast development with SAIL * Beautiful user interfaces that are limited in customization but have the benefit of fewer problems with usability * Having data in memory using KDB technology is also a good idea View full review »
reviewer1133562 says in a Salesforce App Cloud review
Chief Technical Lead at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are quick customization, solid deployment processes, and excellent reliability. View full review »
Mark Myers says in a QuickBase review
Vice President Information Technology with 51-200 employees
There is ease of development as long as the data is well understood. View full review »
Finana445 says in a Pega BPM review
Financial Analyst at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
A lot of our customers are working with a digital confirmation. The enhanced features in Pega are appealing to our customers as they can use it on designs, digital agility, omnichannel or customer experience. The rapid renew structure allows better implementation over other solutions and aids clients in serving their customers. Because of the features available, we are filling a need we see for our customers. It works with team frameworks and allows them to take proactive decisions with their product lines, data integration, data crunching and some other features that are helpful for customer marketing. View full review »
Oleksii Prokopovych says in a Pega BPM review
PRPC Developer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Some of our clients are still waiting to upgrade from Pega 6 to Pega 7. Only a variety will upgrade from 7 to 8. Overall, Pega 8 is a good platform with improvement. View full review »
ImpletSpec356 says in an AgilePoint review
Implementation Specialist at a tech services company
For now, the most valuable feature for us is the ability to build web forms. The interface is very easy to use. View full review »
Saif Ul Islam Khan says in a Kony review
Sr Managing Consultant at Abacus Consulting
The best feature is the Kony Studio, which is the product that is used to develop interfaces. It has support for mobile interfaces, desktop-based interfaces, and kiosk-based interfaces. We have a lot of different widgets available like text boxes and other UI controls that can easily be put onto the screen and start working right away. The next feature is the Kony Fabric application, which is an integration tool. This helps me to connect to the backend. For example, if I have a backend for SAP, or an ASP.NET layer that provides me services, or a custom application that provides some kind of endpoints such as business endpoints, then Fabric can easily connect to these endpoints and provide different drag and drop features. Once it connects to the backend services and it shows what kind of data model the backend is providing, I can easily map to my front end interface using drag and drop controls in the Studio. The third feature that I really like is the teamwork that it offers. I have an online mobile app, which I can present my application to. While I am working on the development, I can simply publish my app on that, online, and the customer can easily download that app and test it in real time. The means that the customer is fully engaged. They know what we are doing, so it builds up a lot of confidence in the customers. View full review »
Christopher Odonoghue says in a WorkflowGen review
SAP Solution Lead at Johnson & Johnson
The most valuable feature is the ability to automatically trigger the workflow. View full review »
AlokPillai says in a Pega BPM review
Functional Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features are case management and integration services. View full review »
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