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No-Code On The Front Lines Of The COVID-19 Crisis

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"No-Code On The Front Lines Of The COVID-19 Crisis"

How Unqork empowered organizations to rapidly build and deploy enterprise-strength digital applications in response to an unprecedented crisis.

Modern digital technologies may have helped mitigate some aspects of the crisis, but for most organizations, the impact proved unavoidable and, in some cases, unrecoverable. Following months of unrelenting disruption, one thing became clear: Withstanding a COVID-scale crisis requires more than online hubs and cloud-based productivity suites; it requires the ability to rapidly shift digital infrastructure around fast-moving events. 

Building custom software, however, can be plodding under even the best of circumstances: Consider that developing a custom enterprise solution using a traditional code-based approach can take up to a year with 85% of projects going over schedule, which is hardly useful in the context of a pandemic that unfolded over a matter of weeks. 

This lagging pace of traditional development is due to a variety of factors such as difficulties upgrading and integrating legacy technology, competition for IT talent, and the disparate and expansive complexity of modern digital ecosystems. All these challenges are, of course, only amplified during a pandemic.

When it came to engineering around this fast-moving crisis, no-code platforms proved invaluable for helping organizations—both public and private—build scalable, secure, enterprise-ready applications with unprecedented speed. In this eBook, we will explore how some of the country’s leading cities and biggest enterprises used no-code to rapidly adapt their infrastructures and deliver for residents and clients.

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