Top 8 Rapid Application Development Software Tools
ServiceNowMicrosoft PowerAppsPega BPMSalesforce PlatformAppianBizagiOracle Application Express (APEX)Zudy VINYL
For change management, I find the CAB workbench very useful. I haven't seen any other solution that has a CAB workbench or advanced automated solutions for a change advisory board. ServiceNow also has the Workflow Engine which works very well and is very intuitive.
The most valuable feature is that PowerApps can be used by most business users. It is not only for programmers.
I like how fast I can develop an application and put it in production with PowerApps. I think the integration is also excellent. The platforms is growing, so they are constantly adding more connectors on all these things.
Pricing is a little on the high side.
The workflows are the most valuable features, particularly for us, because we were attempting to automate processes by utilizing workflows to provide a hands-off comparison between the bot and the human.
When compared to Siebel, the Salesforce Platform is easier to use.
It works beautifully. I haven't had any errors.
I find the BPM the most valuable feature.
It's heavy on business processing in terms of logic, process workflows, and primarily on the process design modeler. Appian is really great at that. In terms of the full stack set from a low-code platform perspective, it's definitely an eye opener since it can be deployed via mobile app and on the web as well.
Very, very stable.
What I find most valuable is the flexibility, I find it very easy to use and very flexible for my purpose. I can use it without any particular problem, and it's very intuitive and easy to understand.
There are many ready modules inside it that can be used and developed.
Oracle APEX allows our company to complete webpage projects easily in a fast turnaround time.
There are a lot of low-code development tools out there, but VINYL has the ability to connect to just about any data source out there, if an API exists for it and can be leveraged. We have even partnered with them at times to work with third-party vendors to develop APIs on our own, if there wasn't an API that exists for it.