Evolution of the ERP system
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) had been around for over 100 years. It started as a manual process and has evolved and gone through several technology transitions over the years. Today, there are many ERP technologies, some more than 20 years old, servicing organizations around the globe. Many businesses are still running on old ERP applications, and are stuck on old software versions because they are so difficult to change and upgrade. If the ERP system in your organization is outdated, it’s probably not keeping up with the speed and demands of your business. It is time to consider a low-code ERP solution.
Clear out your backlog in no time, decommission legacy software and regain flexibility with software that seamlessly integrates while being easily adaptable – even post-implementation.
Thinkwise is the only low-code platform specialized in the realization of large-scale business software, delivering the opportunity to create perfectly fitting business software at the speed of lightning. Breaking free from legacy systems has never been easier. And perhaps to the most valuable part, software developed on Thinkwise is completely independent of technology and never has to be rebuilt.
The Thinkwise platform delivers your organization the ability to break free from legacy constraints and delivers the flexibility, productivity, and agility vital to surviving market disruptions.
When And How To Modernize Core Applications Using Low-Code Platforms
Application development and delivery (AD&D) pros using low-code development platforms are starting to tackle large, complex mission-critical (core) applications. As they do, they’re learning important lessons about the product features and development practices these challenging use cases require. The result: A new avenue to modernizing core business applications is opening.
Read this Forrester report to learn more
- The new use case for low-code: development of core business applications
- What kind of core applications are realized with low-code ?
- 7 essential methods for deploying low-code for core applications