No Code

Podcast Round-up: Is the Low-Code/No-Code Movement Here to Stay?

Pulpstream founder Pankaj 'Romy' Malviya was invited to join Robb Wilson of OneReach, David McCormick of Alpha Software, Prabhjot Singh of Pyze, and Grant Smith of K-Rise Systems on a recent episode of Inside Analysis podcast, a forum known for its ability to bring its listeners the “latest buzz from the information economy, straight from industry experts.”
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No Code

Low-Code vs. No-Code Software

Low-code and no-code platforms are changing the game in software development, offering an efficient, innovative alternative to traditional coding that is up to 10 times faster to deploy. 
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Process Digitization

6 Key Benefits Of Digitizing Processes

They may not be at the forefront of your mind when you think about your business, but processes are what keep your business ticking and make your customers feel engaged and heard.
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Process Digitization

The Tools You Use at Work Can Literally Change Your Mind

As companies grow, it’s increasingly important for employees to effectively collaborate and communicate in real-time with reliable tools. Tools to manage business processes have the power to encourage efficiency and job satisfaction. They impact the way employees feel about their role in the workplace—either creating a sense of efficacy or inspiring the behaviors of learned helplessness.
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Claims Processing

Why You Should Be Managing Workers' Compensation Claims in the Cloud

Workers’ compensation claims management can be a time and resource-intensive activity for both employees and HR departments. This is because managing workers’ comp demands multiple processes like risk management, risk mitigation, and various HR claims management protocols to ensure that injured employees receive benefits.
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Compliance Management

Ways a No-Code Development Platform Helps Reduce Enterprise Risk

No-code application development is rapidly gaining popularity as it seamlessly meets many enterprise requirements. Unlike traditional app development where every line of code is manually written, business people can utilize an intuitive drag-and-drop editor to build visual models of the app’s user interface, business logic, workflows, and integrations.
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Claims Processing

Gaining Visibility Into Claims Processing

The way we do things at work and in our personal lives is going through a period of rapid transformation. Things are moving so rapidly that it can feel like you need eyes in the back of your head to keep track of everything. Instead of spending money on another specialized employee, why not simply open a new pair of digital eyes.
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Process Digitization

No-Code Application Development Empowers Business Units

No-code application development allows almost all of us to feel like software engineers within minutes. This is because no-code software can be used to develop applications easily without years training, experience, or considerable technical knowledge. This innovative idea gets non-technical business people onboard to help corporations become more resilient while seamlessly adapting to change. It’s also a fantastic approach to respond to the growing shortage of top tech talent within the country.
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Claims Processing

Digitize Incident And Claims Management To Work Smarter Not Harder

An area of concern for businesses today lies in implementing claims and incident management processes in the office. It may feel like things are getting out of control at times when there are multiple claims to be filed, and a lack of manpower in house to manage them.
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Process Digitization

Why Deploy Process Management Applications with a No-Code Platform? 

As companies shift their focus from internal processes and systems to customer-facing activities, it’s vital to facilitate cross-channel collaboration among employees, partners, customers, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Digital business process automation can make this happen. It helps enterprises transform the way they operate by streamlining workflows to drive critical initiatives. It is transforming companies that want to support emerging digital work patterns, architectures, and devices. In our digital age, innovative businesses must closely collaborate not only internally, but also externally with their customers and partners.
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