No-Code and Low-Code: The Future of Logistics Applications?
TPMTECH STREAM: MAKING THE FUTURE REAL
If there’s a single development that may impact the breadth of how logistics software is used over the next decade, it’s the rise of low-code and no-code applications. Simply put, no-code and low-code tools are designed to give average users — those without any training in programming or coding — the ability to customize workflows, processes, and outputs in a way that hasn’t been possible in previous generations of enterprise software. This is primarily done by putting a visual skin on complex systems and system integrations that put powerful tools in the hands of novice users. The logistics industry is at the early stages of this shift, and this session will explore practical ways that such tools are likely to impact areas such as freight procurement and transportation management, among other possible use cases.