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Accelerate Digital Transformation with a Low Code Digital Factory

Establishing a low-code digital factory can increase the efficiency and agility of your digital workforce.

In their in-depth article McKinsey explores the dynamics and successes of the ‘Digital Factory’ model, a “construction site” where change happens.

“A Digital Factory is the “construction site” where change happens. It comprises dedicated, cross-functional teams that work together on change-the-business programs. They resemble factory workers in that they employ reusable tools and repeatable processes to build specific “products” in the form of new experiences, services, or solutions. The secret to the Digital Factory’s success is that its small teams, working closely with the business side, function as a start-up accelerator.”

“We see reductions in management overhead of 50 percent for technology teams in the DF, 70 percent in the number of business analysts needed to write technology requirements, and, as test automation becomes the norm, a drop of 90 percent in the number of testers. Finally, we see top engineering talent performing at eight times the level of their peers, as measured with metrics such as code commits.”

Establishing a low-code digital factory can increase the efficiency and agility of your digital workforce. One of the most important steps in setting up your low-code digital factory is defining standards for architecture and user experience. Learn from our experts how to create live style guides with OutSystems, and how this positively impacts time to value and the consistency of the user experience.

Paulo Garrudo, Head of Transformation Services EMEA, OutSystems | Luís Sequeira, Enterprise IT Architect / Head of OutSystems Competence Center at EDP

In their playbook Outsystems introduces a new methodology called the Low-Code Digital Factory, and outlines the structure, talent, ecosystem, and processes needed to scale low-code from first app to enterprise-wide adoption.

Low Code enables “business logic programmers”, abstracting the process of application development to non-technical staff, thus increasing the throughput rate of workflow solution deployment for business needs, such as Case Management.

Establishing a low-code digital factory can increase the efficiency and agility of your digital workforce. One of the most important steps in setting up your low-code digital factory is defining standards for architecture and user experience. Learn from our experts how to create live style guides with OutSystems, and how this positively impacts time to value and the consistency of the user experience.

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