In the digital workplace, citizen developers serve a key purpose. For starters, they know firsthand about the challenges employees face at work; they also know which applications or tools are critical to getting the job done. Workplace Innovation Platforms aim to enable citizen developers to build solutions for business scenarios that standard systems do not address.
These platforms are user-friendly, collaborative tools that allow businesses to quickly build, test and deploy applications using visual modelling interfaces. They come with full-stack development capabilities for the developers to create highly custom solutions. Teams can share information in real-time and connect with other systems and services using API integrations.
With access to a platform like this, employees can create their solutions with apps to solve their problems.
The entire team to collaborate to create an optimum solution without relying heavily on the IT department
The applications built once can run as a mobile app or a web app with offline capabilities.
They let you to integrate with any enterprise system for better connectivity and increased customization.
With apps, a lot of repeating tasks get automated, allowing the employees to be more productive at their work.
Users can build solutions in a matter of weeks, often without any external support for development.
Your employees are swamped with manually entering and fetching information and a lot of data is still captured on paper. Employees are not able to achieve maximum productivity that results in frustration and stress in the workplace.
Every department in the organization relies heavily on data whether marketing, HR, IT or sales. When the data comes from systems that are not interconnected, it hampers collaboration, decision making and timely business outcomes.
Your existing systems have no room for customization. You want to build more flexible digital experiences on top of the out-dated solutions but you require a dedicated IT team to work on it. The workforce wishes for more features and accessibility to information.