Low Code means that you don’t have to code or have technical skills for process design. You can simply design your application interface and workflows from the design interfaces instead of undergoing complicated coding tasks.
The following diagram shows the differences between the next4biz low code BPM platform and traditional solutions.
The next4biz low code BPM platform provides three critical advantages:
- Shortens delivery time
- Reduces coding & consultancy costs for project implementation
- Eliminates hidden costs after production
next4biz shortens delivery time because of its agile design approach; you don’t have to wait for tech teams to plan and develop a new app for you.
next4biz dramatically lowers consultancy costs. You don’t need coders or vendor support for the implementation. You are able to design your own processes in just minutes.
With traditional cumbersome software solutions, you have to hire developers/consultants for implementing new requirements. next4biz puts the power of process design into your hands. You don’t have to wait for any assistance; you’ll be able to change and update your process applications yourself.
With the next4biz UI design features, you can create data fields, forms, and pages and simply drag & drop data fields to design the interface. Interfaces are not static; you’ll be able to create separate forms for every process in your process catalog. As shown in the following picture, you can create your forms with the required set of data. The procurement and product management processes may be totally different.
It is also possible to create separate views for users in the same workflow according to their data access privileges. Authorized users may see and edit all of the data while others may see and change only a part of the data.
Designing a professional UX is also important. next4biz provides tools and techniques for a better UI design and UX.
Data may have different types and UI presentation styles. next4biz provides wizards for designing the data model and its management. Data access, visibility, requisites, and validations can be managed as a group of data or on a single piece of data level.
Data design is a crucial part of business process management. Data is processed through the workflows and transformed into valuable information.
next4biz BPM provides a wizard for creating data fields to be used in processes. By using this wizard you’ll be able to define:
- Data types
- Data field types
- Default values
- Validation rules
- Data resources, etc.
Fields can be created with many different types such as text, list, multiple selection box, cascading lists, date, and document. Even data fields can be combined to form composite data fields (Data Sets) in a table structure. These data fields can be connected to an external data source like a web service or a database.
How can I get started?
To learn more about the next4biz system and its features, contact us.