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A LC/NC Industry Overview

Your guide for LCNC industry by platforms, apps, use-cases and key-terminologies.
Categories / Terms

Categories / Terms

Developers thrive with freedom, and information security professionals thrive with control. Read about the key-terminologies and product categories within the low-code/no-code industry

Low-Code API Management Platform (API Management)

A low-code platform which supports full lifecycle API management, including creation, management and monitoring of API endpoints.


Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Software components that apply advanced data science techniques (including machine learning) to automate data analysis, decision-making and action. AI is often used in document digitization, text translation, image classification and many other fields.


Intelligent Virtual Agent (Bots)

A platform that enables organizations to easily integrate data and build business intelligence applications on top of it, usually via an intuitive drag and drop interface. BI platforms help organizations to analyze data, expand their advanced reporting capabilities and get critical, business-empowering insights. These BI platforms are usually consumed as SaaS or as an on-premises appliance.


Low-Code Business Analytics Platform (BI)

A platform that enables organizations to easily integrate data and build business intelligence applications on top of it, usually via an intuitive drag and drop interface. BI platforms help organizations to analyze data, expand their advanced reporting capabilities and get critical, business-empowering insights. These BI platforms are usually consumed as SaaS or as an on-premises appliance.


Low-Code Application Platform (LCAP)

An automation platform that helps organizations remove processes that involve intensive (and error-prone) manual work by humans and replace them with software robots. The software robots, built by end users, automate the performance of repetitive, manual-work-intensive processes and can understand and process computer interactions with SaaS and on-premises applications. RPA technology can increase efficiency and ensure that human attention will be focused on the critical aspects of work that require human intelligence. RPA technologies cover the building, deployment and management of these software robots and can be consumed either as SaaS or as an on-premises appliance.


Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

An automation platform that helps organizations remove processes that involve intensive (and error-prone) manual work by humans and replace them with software robots. The software robots, built by end users, automate the performance of repetitive, manual-work-intensive processes and can understand and process computer interactions with SaaS and on-premises applications. RPA technology can increase efficiency and ensure that human attention will be focused on the critical aspects of work that require human intelligence. RPA technologies cover the building, deployment and management of these software robots and can be consumed either as SaaS or as an on-premises appliance.


Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS)

A platform that helps organizations control, simplify and standardize the way that applications (internally developed or 3rd party SaaS) are integrated. Such platforms help users to share data between business applications, automate business workflows and remove error-prone manual workflows, in an advanced, controlled manner. iPaaS enables more types of user personas to integrate applications, eliminating constant dependency on software developers. iPaaS can be consumed either as SaaS  or as an on-premises appliance.

 

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Citizen Automation and Development Platform (Citizen Development, CADP)

A development platform for business users who create applications (otherwise known as “citizen developers”) that doesn't require coding skills and is based on intuitive drag and drop interfaces. Applications created in such platforms are usually made to automate or improve the efficiency of business processes and of personal productivity without going through IT. CADP are usually consumed as SaaS.


Business Process Automation (BPA)

An automation platform that enables business users with no coding background to automate complicated business workflows and actions through an easy to use, drag and drop interface. Automations in such platforms are usually built in an event-driven mode (i.e. with triggers) around critical business processes. BPA can be consumed as SaaS or an on-premises appliance. BPA is about creating applications that streamline a business process. Usually a hand-in-hand guidance for users through a process.


Low-code/No-Code Vendors & Platforms

Your guide for lcnc industry by platforms, apps, use-cases and key-terminologies
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Atlassian
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