Power Apps lets your users and people who understand your business but aren’t trained as pro developers create applications on their own.
This approach is undoubtadely popular today with more than 500,000 organisations use Microsoft low-code tools right now, including 97% of the Fortune 500.
Gartner predicts that by 2025, 70% of enterprise application development will use low-code technology. Yet getting the most from low-code development implies more than just training everyday users. By partnering with the right company, you can gain access to pro developers that can work with these users to accelerate value creation.
The real power in using a low-code application platform comes from collaboration between these two groups. Combining low-code and pro-code. This fusion development of adopting low-code development enhanced by professional developers enables quick, deployment with proper documentation, that can be built upon and modernised as your company grows.
We recently took this approach on a project with Calmac Ferries, building upon the functionality created by a user, to build a robust defect management application that will servce their fleet for years to come. You can read it here.