For the most part, the transition to using no-code as a platform is a smooth process.
Governance frameworks can guide your transition
One thing you’ll want to be mindful of is your company’s governance processes to be sure application development and deployment is aligned with company security. That way you can be sure that when you build and release apps – and when you train new users on those apps – it’s being done in a thoughtful way that ensures everyone is on board.
It’s also good practice to have a process in place for updating or altering apps that ensures maintained security and doesn’t accidentally impact other areas of the organization.
You might be used to working with your IT team to build applications by putting in requests, collaborating with different people, and iterating on the request to be sure it’s feasible. This is a time-consuming, difficult process that often leaves people with a home-grown application that isn’t quite what they were looking for.
Depending on your company’s governance structure, there may be different steps your team has to take in order to build applications. Quickbase can help you reduce the number of touchpoints each task requires and empowers your team to get to the real work quicker.