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Smartphones and tablets have significantly upended the way we conduct business operations, our daily tasks, and even how we interact with each other. It is therefore not a surprise that smartphone penetration in the United States is estimated to have crossed 81% of the population mark by the end of 2020. The United Kingdom is close at 79%, and China is not too far behind at 63% penetration. What these numbers imply is that most EHS and ORM stakeholders are often within an arm’s distance from their smartphone, and they interact with consumer-focused apps to complete end-to-end workflows for their personal tasks. However, when it comes to the enterprise apps, the landscape is very different. Very few apps on your phone can help you with the day to day processes of your workplace.
The situation has started changing with the advent of low-code/ no-code application development platforms. In fact, the Low-Code Application Platform (LCAP) market has grown rapidly over the past few years, and according to Forrester, it is estimated to become a $21.2 billion business by 2022.
A no-code/low-code application development platform is a solution for building software applications without requiring any coding, just like ProcessMAP’s Connected Worker Apps platform. LCAPs are fast becoming a popular alternative to traditional software development for non-technical business users hoping to build their own full-fledged applications. EHS leaders and stakeholders within ProcessMAP’s global customer community have used the Connected Worker app platform to develop hundreds of mobile apps for their specific business requirements.
The ProcessMAP Connected Worker Apps platform offers users an intuitive graphical user interface to drag and drop elements and define the workflow logic to quickly create apps. Using visual models replaces the complexity of coding for users. The platform utilizes declarative UI that describes what the user should see, instead of how it should be laid out. This allows platform users to render the same app across multiple devices (various types of mobile phones, tablets, and even desktop computers) and platforms (iOS, Android, and browsers).
Some additional standard benefits of utilizing a LCAP include:
In addition to the benefits listed above, ProcessMAP’s Connected Worker apps also offer comprehensive benefits from EHS and risk management point of view. Some of the advantages include:
There are many more benefits offered by ProcessMAP Connected Worker apps. To learn more, click here.
ProcessMAP customers have embraced the Connected Worker Platform and have used it to solve a whole host of business challenges.
These are just a handful of examples from amongst hundreds of such interesting use-cases for which customers relied upon the ProcessMAP Connected Worker apps. The mobile revolution is just starting in the enterprise app landscape, and particularly for EHS and ORM use-cases. We already notice rapid adoption of mobile solutions by our customers across the world, and the advantages of LCAP apps are further accelerating the digital transformation of workplace processes. To learn more about how ProcessMAP can help you accelerate your digital transformation initiatives, Sign up for a free, no-commitment consultation with our Center of Excellence team, today!