Even with the complexities of building for the enterprise, you don’t have to spend weeks trying to build the perfect design document, setting up infrastructure, or implementing a pixel perfect UX yourself. Instead, crush complexity by focusing on the needs of your customers and let Pega do the rest.
What do you think? Easier said than done? Given all of the advantages of the low-code approach to enterprise application development, what are the biggest barriers to more widespread adoption?
@TimothyHarfield - thought provoking :-) In my experience one of the biggest blockers to low code adoption & rapid delivery, is a lack of understanding & readiness. In some organisations it's a total mindset shift from how delivery has always happened. For anyone to adopt low code, rapid & agile delivery - IF the C level don't support, endorse & drive the mindset shift across the organisation, it will be challenging. However, I think this is where structured change management techniques come in - I've personally been using the ADKAR model recently to assist me in driving adoption!! And as Di puts so well in her blog, do nothing that is hard - I think this is a key point that we sometimes lose sight of :-)