By 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity, according to Gartner. Low- and no-code platforms allow staff, faculty, and campus-wide administrators to solve critical business needs on their own.
One of the most difficult parts of adopting low- and no-code on your campus is deciding which tools are right for your institution.
Download the infographic today to review:
- The types of forms and workflow automation software available and their corresponding use cases, advantages, and challenges.
- Key elements of forms and workflow software pricing models and complications to be aware of.
- Tactical recommendations and examples for selecting the right solution or suite of solutions that will best serve your campus.