The first thing to note here is that the release content of the new version is smaller. That’s a deliberate ongoing policy from Oriana. From now on new releases will be smaller, but more regular – every quarter in fact. So rather than ‘giant leaps’, there will be steady, incremental changes and improvements. Makes sense? So let’s take a look at what’s going on ‘under the hood’ in the new version.
How to make workflows which have the characteristics of a standardized one-size-fits-all system – with the efficiencies and cost savings this brings – coupled with a case-by-case approach allowing for queries and variations. The result is Dynamic Case Management, or DCM.
Oriana provides a go-to reference point, given that the company’s Effector platform is increasingly seen as very definitely enterprise grade.
On the one hand, Citizen Developers are a wonderful asset. They are probably enthusiastic, and being the actual users of apps, have an investment in seeing things work well. On the other hand, what are they getting up to in the shadows?
Enterprise grade applications are essential to every business and organization, and are getting ever more so. Internally, organizations face the drive towards digitalization to produce smoother and more cost-effective solutions.
Bad performance is the most striking problem affecting end users. The current audience of application users expects responsive, high-performance business apps with sub-second response times, regardless of how the application is delivered.
Organizations have been tied up in change forever, and in the thick of it all, we find the CIO. Now change is the order of the day as ways of working are significantly altered, perhaps permanently. The world pandemic means that changes on the to-do list are now hot topics.
What is a Chief Information Officer? Back in the day, it was an internally-focused, mainly technical role. Now we can describe a CIO as the company executive responsible for the management, implementation, and usability of information and computer technologies.
Everywhere, businesses of all sizes are facing unprecedented challenges, sometimes to their very existence.
To say that businesses are facing challenges right now is an understatement. At the beginning of this year, Oriana was actively promoting the need for workflow digitalization as a means to increase efficiency, and streamline organizations.
Many things that were ‘normal’ are now inaccessible, and business models are turned upside down. So what can a low-code platform such as Oriana’s Effector bring to the changed world we find ourselves in? Let’s look at four areas where low-code can offer positive benefits: Health, Community, Arts, and Business.
Depending on where you are in the world, and your business or sector, by now you could be working remotely from home. How’s it going so far? Do you have to share your space with others? Do you still dress for work, or are you adopting a more relaxed dress code?
With low-code platforms such as Oriana’s Effector, we have the means to easily sculpt Business Processes to the exact needs of an organization. Couple this with the rapid uptake of Robotic Process Automation or RPA and iBMPS becomes a reality
The coronavirus crisis is affecting everyone, and huge numbers of people are having to attempt new ways of working as they operate from home. We are living through desperate times, which can generate great resourcefulness, but companies must do everything possible to support their now-remote staff.
Like Effector, RPA ‘sits on top’ of the system, so it works at user interface level across applications, helping to free up people, and providing step-by-step automation. This can be achieved without the involvement of IT, or indeed external consultants.
Advantages of using SQL coding language: high-speed, portability, well-defined standards, perfect for databases, less coding required, most commonly used language, ACID, perfect for low-code platforms.
Workflows and a case handling approach are essential to multi-viewpoint, rule management systems. Low-code platform Effector provides the answers.
Digital transformation technologies can be designed and managed, with fast proof of concept using low-code solutions such as Oriana’s Effector
Citizen developers using low-code solutions create innovation. Add Robotic Process Automation from Oriana partner UiPath, and advanced workflows are enabled.
Back-office modernization is achievable by building internal applications using low-code solutions such as Effector from Oriana: Build, test, deploy in-house
Back-office automation and legacy system modernization are possible using enterprise grade applications and low-code platforms such as Effector.
Agile software development is a must for developing business and core applications, and creating customized business applications. Any other factors?
Drag and drop app development makes BPM workflows easy to program, using low-code platforms such as Effector from Oriana, with UiPath’s RPA as a plus.
Citizen developers work agilely to build apps quickly, using low-code application platform Effector. Result: innovative opportunities for businesses.
Easy to build back-office apps - using the best workflow software - is cost-effective, encourages co-operation, and steps out from the ‘blame game’.
Digital transformation technologies and business applications require agile software development, but human behavior must be factored in too.
No-code / low-code apps are creating new possibilities in workflows for back-office modernization and automation, shaped by customer input and analyst opinions.
Legacy system modernization and better back-office apps are increasingly the province of Citizen Developers, who understand the needs of their organization.
Legacy system modernization is essential for digital transformation, but thankfully core applications can remain undisturbed, using Oriana’s low-code Effector.
Low-coding platforms are perfect solutions for SMEs and large multinational enterprises alike.
In today’s fast-moving world, where newer and newer software development concepts and approaches compete against each other, enterprises are looking for solutions to scale and pace up their development processes.