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Read Our eBook: The CFO's Guide to No-Code
Enterprise development with no-code is far more efficient than traditional code/low-code-based approaches, which means enterprises can reduce development costs and generate value sooner without sacrificing quality.
Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) are responsible for the financial well-being of their entire organization. A big part of the modern CFO’s role is scrutinizing the value of digital transformation initiatives against the cost of implementation. These choices are not to be taken lightly as the decision of whether to transform or not—and how to go about that transformation—can have meaningful financial implications in the form of resources needed to:
Manage years—or even decades—of legacy code
Address scaled compliance challenges
Maintain innovation in the face of sharply rising development costs
Replacing outmoded processes and systems with modern solutions allows organizations to reduce costs, increase revenue, and improve operational efficiencies. However, building and maintaining high-quality enterprise software is complex and expensive—particularly when using a traditional code-based (or even low-code-based) approach. Too often enterprises are forced to bow to financial constraints and compromise on business requirements or postpone digital initiatives altogether—both of which can negatively impact value generation. This is where a no-code application platform like Unqork can be a game-changer.
No-code-built applications can go to market in a fraction of the time—and using a fraction of the resources—compared to traditional and code/low-code processes. As a result, organizations can start generating revenue sooner for less cost. What CFO wouldn't like that?
With no-code, enterprises are able to invigorate outdated processes and provide enhanced services to clients and customers without radically expanding costs. In this eBook, we will explore five key reasons that can help convince any CFO about the value of no-code.