The Digital Transformation Puzzle: Find the Right Fit for Your Business

Go faster. Innovate more. Automate this. Digitize that. Build better. Deploy again.

The demands of customers and your business are only getting louder, more frequent, and more intense. Digital transformation is no easy task, and with the plethora of technologies out there all promising to be that just-right piece to your tech stack, solving that puzzle should be getting easier. But it’s only becoming harder to find the correct pieces in that giant jigsaw puzzle.

With so many needs being met by so many vendors, it’s difficult to discern which technology gives you the speed, control, and power—the right fit—for your organization’s digital transformation strategy.

Gartner’s “Identify and Evaluate Your Next Low-Code Development Technologies”[1] shows you that, with low-code, finding the right tools for digital transformation doesn’t have to be so puzzling.

Solve it with low-code

The benefits of low-code are as far-reaching as its use cases. Different low-code platform types touch on a range of digitalization topics: multiexperience to help you innovate and meet customers where they are; business process visualization so you can more easily and automate the mundane tasks that can slow your business down to a crawl; and the enablement of secure development outside of IT, helping address the backlog of requests.

With all these use cases, where do you even begin to evaluate the number of low-code platforms out in the market today?

Read “Identify and Evaluate Your Next Low-Code Development Technologies” and learn:

  • Common low-code components you should look for such as UI capabilities, data integration and management, and process and workflow tooling
  • How to meet most of the needs all in one low-code platform
  • Key criteria for assessing the numerous low-code platforms in the market today


  • 1 Gartner, Identify and Evaluate Your Next Low-Code Development Technologies, Paul Vincent, Jason Wong, Saikat Ray, Akash Jain, Keith Guttridge, Kimihiko Iijima, Adrian Leow, Yefim Natis, 13 April 2021