You might think that as low-code experts we would emphasize the unprecedented speed of development with low-code. Or maybe we would urge every client to build an app as soon as possible. Not really. Although building with low-code can definitely be very fast, we strongly advocate starting slow with low-code.
That’s because we believe there‘s a potential danger in fast development with low-code: it’s easy to build the wrong solution in no time. We believe that reaching your goals with a low-code application is all about thinking before acting.
In the past, we’ve seen many stable, scalable and innovative applications which didn’t deliver the value that the customer and their customers expected. In these scenarios often great technology, the latest features, and the coolest functions were created to tackle the wrong problem. Assumptions lead to misunderstanding and nobody saw it coming.
At Bizzomate we’re convinced that before starting a digital project, the team has to reach a shared understanding of what the solution should be and what problem it should solve. So based on proven methods and frameworks like design thinking, agile and scrum, we’ve developed a 4 step approach: Discover, Define, Design, Do.
In our whitepaper Why fast low-code projects should start slow for solid results we explain our 4-step approach and we will show you how to tackle the challenge of finding a shared understanding in your company because if you succeed, you’re ready to build the right thing!
We’ve also added the story of Agristo, a global leader in the development and production of frozen potato products. They recognized it’s critical to get a good start, so Agristo worked with us to kick off their low-code projects.
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