5. Digital transformation

“Digital transformation” is another term largely influenced by Gartner’s role in the no-code/low-code industry. Gartner’s glossary identifies digital transformation as “the process of exploiting digital technologies and supporting capabilities to create a robust new digital business mode.” Essentially, companies who incorporate new technologies into their business strategy and execution are undergoing digital transformation.

Jason Bloomberg, president of agile digital transformation analyst firm Intellyx, takes issue with Gartner’s definition. “We define digital transformation as ‘customer preferences and behavior drive enterprise technology decisions,’” Bloomberg explains. “Such transformation requires an end-to-end rethink of how enterprises deliver value, which requires greater collaboration across organizational silos. Low-code platforms are becoming increasingly important for how they support and encourage such collaboration.”

Read the entire article at https://blog.kintone.com/10-low-code-terms-explained.

Kintone is an Intellyx customer.

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