OpenText AppWorks Pros

Nages Rao - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder and Managing Director at Nichebit
OpenText AppWorks has standard features such as system-to-system and human-to-human integrations, but what I find most valuable in the solution is its monitoring feature that tells you more about your processes, how to restart and how to stop each process, etc.
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AM
Senior Information Systems Specialist, BRM Unit Lead at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
We really appreciate the process automation and how can you create human tasks as one of your processes.
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Ankit Mehta - PeerSpot reviewer
Partner and Co-founder at Adnate IT Solutions
In terms of the scalability and the handling of complexity, the customers are satisfied, and we also have confidence in the solution to achieve whatever implementations are required.
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Senthil Natarajan - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Operating Officer at Muraai Information Technologies Pvt Ltd
AppWorks is a very quick development platform with low-coding capability and strong integration with third-party systems.
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Wabotlhe Tau - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Manager Application Support at SASSA
One of the most useful features is the code is customizable, we can make it our own.
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OpenText AppWorks Cons

Nages Rao - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder and Managing Director at Nichebit
A room for improvement in OpenText AppWorks is its user interface. It should have mobile compatibility because right now, you still have to make two applications with a user interface for Android and a user interface for iOS, so if OpenText AppWorks can provide one UI that can be used across all devices, that would make the solution better. An additional feature I'd like to see in the next release of OpenText AppWorks is a better UI in terms of the look and feel. Another feature I'd like to see in the next version of the solution is mobile compatibility because, at the moment, you have to make your application mobile-ready or compatible with mobile devices because there's no provision for it in OpenText AppWorks.
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AM
Senior Information Systems Specialist, BRM Unit Lead at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution needs to continue to enhance the low-coding feature within the product itself.
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Ankit Mehta - PeerSpot reviewer
Partner and Co-founder at Adnate IT Solutions
There could be some improvements with the low code design part. It could be more customizable and more user friendly.
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Senthil Natarajan - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Operating Officer at Muraai Information Technologies Pvt Ltd
AppWorks could be improved by including BPM simulation.
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Wabotlhe Tau - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Manager Application Support at SASSA
The integration could improve.
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