SAP Community Spotlight: Low-Code/No-Code
With low-code and no-code solutions SAP bridges the gap between business and IT to allow more users to quickly build enterprise-ready applications, automations, and digital experiences.
The availability of Low-code/no-code tools on SAP BTP has sparked lot of interest among SAP customers and partners. According to SAP Champion Murali Shanmugham most of the SAP customers his speaks with are dealing with changes and are looking for ways to empower their staff to be able to address these changes quickly. Many of them are already evaluating options of using low-code/no-code (LCNC) tools and have started to try out SAP AppGyver.
Also, read Murali’s 7-part blog series on Getting Started with SAP Process Automation – the New No-Code Experience.
Be sure to join the Low-Code Challenge: 0% Code; 100% App and hoodies! Then check out the Learning Journey that covers Low-Code/No-Code applications and automations for citizen developers.
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