What’s the Difference between No-Code and Low-Code App Development?

What’s the Difference between No-Code and Low-Code App Development? What’s the Difference between No-Code and Low-Code App Development?

What’s the Difference between No-Code and Low-Code App Development?

Traditionally, a company that required apps depended solely on the highly specialized skills and knowledge of coders to develop the apps they need. This resulted in long wait times for apps and significant operational inefficiencies that left organizations struggling to fulfill their needs.

Add to this the increased need for digital apps and shortage of developers in recent years and it becomes clear that IT teams need a way to build powerful apps quickly with the resources at hand. Fortunately, this is where no-code and low-code app development come in.

No-Code vs. Low-Code App Development

At first glance, no-code and low-code seem like the same thing, and they are often confused with one another. However, there are subtle differences between the two that you should know. With this in mind, let’s start by defining these types of app development.

No-code app development is a method of building apps that requires absolutely no coding knowledge or experience. This is a way for non-professional developers, such as employees outside of the IT department, to build the apps they need quickly and easily. These apps can be built using a visual interface and drag-and-drop building platform that contains all the elements required to build an app within minutes. Think of it as similar to a website-building platform.

In contrast, low-code app development is a more flexible method of building apps that still has the drag-and-drop visual interface for people who don’t know programming languages. However, there may be minimal hand-coding required, particularly when you want to customize these applications.

Advantages and Disadvantages of No-Code App Development

What’s the Difference between No-Code and Low-Code App Development?

The greatest advantage of no-code app development is that it doesn’t require any coding to build an app. Anyone can quickly develop an app and launch it with the click of a button. This is the ideal solution when you need an app that will solve a specific problem within a department or a company, making it easy to address an immediate need without having to tap into your IT resources.

There are two major disadvantages of no-code app development to be aware of. The first of these is that the apps that can be built will be fairly basic. However, when they are needed to solve a specific problem, this is generally not a problem. The other disadvantage to no-code app development is that it can be easy for people within an organization to develop apps without proper consideration or supervision, resulting in possible security concerns, problems with integration, and compliance issues.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Low-Code App Development

Low-code app development comes with several advantages. Apps can be developed quickly, which means there is no more waiting for app development when working on a larger project. In addition, app development costs less, increasing your ROI, while lowering your risk. And with a single click, an app can be deployed and changes to the app can be made as people interact with it.

However, like no-code app development, there are disadvantages to using low-code app development. Prime among these is the fact that with just a low level of coding knowledge, you will find there is a steep learning curve. Low-code apps are not easily suited to building enterprise-grade apps that offer the high performance, quality and scalability.

No-Code or Low-Code App Development—Which Should You Use?

With the above differences between no-code and low-code app development, you might find it challenging to decide which one you need. No-code app development is ideal for simple front-end apps, such as those that can pull, analyze, report on and export data. No-code app development is also good for apps that perform repetitive tasks and for simple internal apps.

On the other hand, low-code app development is best suited to building standalone web and mobile apps that are more likely to be integrated with other systems and multiple data sources. This method of app development can be used for nearly any type of app, with the exception of highly sophisticated, mission-critical apps that need to be scaled and must interact with multiple systems and data sources.

Connect with a member of the Tangentia team today to learn more about how we can help you use no-code and low-code app development to get the apps you need quickly and easily, while easing the burden on your IT department.

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Tangentia is proud to announce the expansion of our North American sales and leadership team. We understand the value people bring to our organization and it has been our goal since expanding into the USA. to create job opportunities for professionals throughout North America who want to be part of the quickly evolving artificial intelligence and automation industry.

Robert Lye

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Seasoned by hands-on real-world experience, Robert offers great insights into the opportunities and challenges of digital transformation and will be an integral part of ensuring our customers have the tools and support they need to navigate the fast-paced world of automation.

“I am honored and humbled to be joining the Tangentia Family and to work alongside a remarkably talented team,” Robert says. “I am extremely excited for the journey ahead and look forward to enhancing the success of Tangentia customers.”

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Also new to the Tangentia team is Joseph Saad, who joins us as our new Sales Account Executive based in Montreal, Canada. He speaks English, French, and Arabic and comes with a very experienced background in sales. Joseph has already embarked on his journey at Tangentia, and we look forward to building a robust Montreal-based team in the near future.

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We are also pleased to welcome two new members of our executive sales team in the USA. Shawn Bakos is our new Sales Account Executive based in Delaware, USA. He comes with many years of experience in the IT field besides being in the US Navy. An avid sports person who played competitive ice hockey, we are pleased to have Shawn Bakos flying the Tangentia flag on the US East Coast.

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George Bennett, VP Sales at Tangentia mentions “ Alongside Bob, we are really excited to have Joseph in Montreal, Mike in San Diego and Shawn in Delaware join our team. It's full steam ahead from now on.”

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Tangentia Partners with Soroco to Make Process Discovery Accessible to Automation Clients

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Tangentia Partners with Soroco to Make Process Discovery Accessible to Automation Clients

Tangentia, a global leader in digital transformation solutions, announced today that they have strengthened their partner network with the addition of Soroco, a leading provider of process discovery, task mining, and process transformation solutions that are based on an AI-powered #work-graph approach.

This new partnership will allow Tangentia to provide their clients with Soroco’s work graph platform – Scout, enabling them to discover end-user interactions to discover, monitor, and improve processes in real-time.

“We are thrilled to join forces with Soroco,” says George Bennett, VP of Business Development for Tangentia. “This partnership will allow us to leverage Soroco Scout, their work-graph platform that will help our clients accelerate their digital transformation programs through a discovery-led process that is world-class”

With head offices in Boston, London and Bangalore, Soroco has a global presence that allows them to provide task mining, process discovery and intelligent process transformation solutions to clients no matter where they are located.

“Streamlining processes helps companies harness the power of automation,” says Vijay Thomas, CEO of Tangentia. “Our partnership with Soroco will make it even easier for us to empower our clients to fill in technology gaps, lower costs and increase productivity by helping them turn unstructured task and process data into insights they can use to improve processes companywide.”

Samson David, CEO of Soroco said, “We are happy to partner with Tangentia who are a leading boutique consulting, technology, and outsourcing firm with global presence. Our partnership would help bridge the most challenging technology gaps for their customers in e-commerce, supply chains, and various industries and help them accelerate their automation and digital transformation programs by discovering their work graph.”

Tangentia and Soroco share the same strategy of building a partner network that will allow them to bring the world’s leading automation software and service providers together to ensure their clients have access to cutting-edge solutions

Tangentia’s think global, act local approach to their solutions, combine with nearly 20 years of experience in digital technology, allows them to help clients across numerous industries simplify their relationship with technology and accelerate their adoption of automation. Click here to learn more about Tangentia Automation.

About Tangentia

Since 2003, Tangentia has been at the leading edge of the technological revolution, helping clients simplify their relationship with technology. Based in Toronto, Canada, they also have offices in New York and Goa, making it possible to reach clients across the globe and across industries.

About Soroco

Soroco is on a mission to discover how the world works to help teams be their best. To do this, we are evangelizing and commercializing the “work graph”, which is a structured view of how teams get work done across people, process, technology, and documents. The “work graph” unifies disjoint categories like Process Mining, Task Mining, user training, BPM and RPA to provide a single source of truth. Teams can use the work graph to identify and resolve sources of friction at work, such as technology impediments, poor process design, opportunities for learning and collaboration, among others. Soroco’s work graph platform, Scout, enables a culture of continuous improvement and identifies benefits from applying a portfolio of change levers, delivering targeted change programs at scale. Soroco has offices in Boston, London, and Bangalore with a roster of Fortune 500 customers across 30 countries. Our team has published 150+ papers and patents. Visit www.soroco.com to learn how we help teams discover their work graph.

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Navigating Global Supply Chain Challenges with RPA

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Navigating Global Supply Chain Challenges with RPA

It has been difficult to ignore the global supply chain issues that have plagued us over the past two years. People who want to buy a new car are facing delays due to a shortage of semiconductor chips, possibly lasting into 2023. Grocery stores in Canada and the U.S. have empty shelves as they struggle to stock the necessities consumers need.

The reality is that the global supply chain has been affected from end-to-end by the COVID-19 pandemic and it is taking its toll. Fortunately, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can help us navigate and mitigate these challenges to ease the burden on manufacturers, suppliers, businesses and consumers. But before we get into that, let’s take a closer look at the supply chain issues facing the world today.

The Complexity of the Supply Chain Issues

The world’s supply chain issues stem from many contributing factors that are interrelated, forming a complex web of cause and effect that can be felt across the globe and in every industry. At the heart of these supply chain issues is COVID-19. Prior to the emergence of the Omicron variant, COVID was already wreaking havoc on the global supply chain—Omicron made it worse. Here’s how:

Labor shortages

Labor shortages have occurred along every point of the supply chain, from the collection and creation of raw materials, to the factory floor, to shipping and distribution, and finally, to the sales floor. The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has amplified theses shortages, leaving industries without enough staff to keep goods flowing.

Ghost orders

Businesses that are concerned about getting the orders they need from their suppliers, are placing what are called “ghost orders.” Vendors will place the same order with multiple suppliers in the hopes that one of them will come through with a delivery. This creates a false level of demand for these supplies.

Panic buying

With empty shelves becoming increasingly common, consumers are keeping a sharp eye on stock levels. When an item comes in, shoppers will snap them up quickly, once again clearing the shelves and perpetuating the cycle of panic buying.


During times when goods become available and need to be transported, seaports become jammed with cargo ships and distribution centers fill up with trucks waiting to load and offload their cargo. The result is a bottleneck as shipments move slowly, causing further delays on goods that are desperately needed in stores and through online vendors.

Lack of data

Many businesses do not have the data they need to accurately predict demand and potential shortages. For example, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the automotive industry expected a decreased demand for new vehicles. They canceled orders for semiconductors, only to find that demand was far higher than they anticipated.

How RPA Can Make a Difference

RPA is perfectly poised to help ease the burden of supply chain issues on businesses. By automating tasks that would take humans hours to accomplish, speed and productivity increase, human error is eliminated, and the supply chain can move more quickly.

This cost-effective solution can also help improve the supply chain through:

  • End-to-end visibility into the supply chain
  • Real-time flow of information
  • Rapid response

RPA can help provide visibility into all parts of the supply chain and it can be integrated with relevant supply chain systems. This makes it possible for a business to view the state of each part of their supply chain, as well as their operations and inventory, the current state of the market, and market forecasts.

The ability to gather this information in real-time and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze it, makes every part of the supply chain transparent and makes it possible to accelerate supply chain operations and facilitate business continuity.

As an example, consider the manufacturing industry. RPA provides manufacturers with access to a complete and accurate inventory of raw materials required in their manufacturing, which will allow them to determine the risk associated with each component of the products they manufacture.

They can then make realistic predictions as to when certain components will become available and develop a manufacturing schedule accordingly. This information can then be passed up the supply chain, influencing distribution and delivery schedules.

COVID-19 is still with us, and it will continue to affect the supply chain for months to come. But RPA can help ease the burden and increase the efficiency and agility of the supply chain to minimize the impact of the pandemic.

Reach out to one of our team members at Tangentia and discover how we can work with you to create a customized RPA solution to meet your supply chain needs.

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Process Mining Defined | What It Is, How It Works, And What It Can Do For Your Business

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Process Mining Defined | What It Is, How It Works, And What It Can Do For Your Business

Legacy business process management is obsolete.

Not that it worked particularly well to begin with. Per The Harvard Business Review, too often when reengineering a process, businesses fail to focus on how the process currently performs. While charting out the way they want things to work, they lose sight of the inefficiencies, bottlenecks, and performance problems within their existing ecosystem.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are the businesses that embroil themselves too deeply in analyzing their existing processes. In the absence of any effective process management tools, they spend inordinate time and resources on interviews and qualitative observation. The end result is the same.

Nothing gets done.

Even in organizations where roadmapping and analysis are well-balanced, there is a lack of visibility. A lack of connectivity between processes and the business's enterprise information system. Process mining represents the solution to that problem.

What Is Process Mining?

Process mining is essentially the intersection of data science and business process management. The basic idea is that in a modern context, every business process leaves behind a series of digital footprints. Although these are not always visible to data scientists, these footprints can functionally serve as 'breadcrumbs' through which an organization can gain a more complete picture of how its processes and systems intersect.

Process mining isn't actually a new idea. Although the technology to enable it only recently became available, it has existed as a theoretical field of research for over twenty years. The concept was first introduced in 1999 by Will van der Aalst, a Dutch computer scientist who is widely regarded as “the godfather of process mining.”

How Does Process Mining Work?

Process mining can typically be broken into six stages. Note that not every process mining platform applies all of these techniques.

  1. Ingestion and Orchestration. This is where the 'mining' in process mining takes place. Specialized algorithms are used to extract data from business information systems. This data may take many forms, including event logs, audit reports, transaction records, and customer support tickets.
  2. Discovery. The process mining platform leverages the consolidated data from the first step to create models of each process being evaluated. Referred to as process graphs or process maps, these are frequently interactive and explorable, and in some cases may include multiple process paths.
  3. Conformance. As processes are charted out, the algorithm references an intended process model, flagging any deviations so that they might be addressed. Insights from conformance may also be used to improve the existing model, a process typically referred to as performance mining.
  4. Analytics. The platform applies a range of different metrics to its process models, which may further assist in identifying root causes for the application of targeted fixes. This also allows a business to determine the impact each inefficiency has on business outcomes, and by association the return on investment that may be gained by optimizing that process.
  5. Benchmarking. By creating a digital twin of the process, the business can explore multiple scenarios to determine the most effective model. They can also benchmark this twin against their existing process, or leverage an external process model for the same purpose.
  6. Application. The final step is for the business to apply the insights generated in the previous five steps. This is typically best achieved as part of a greater business optimization initiative.

It's important to understand the process mining is ongoing. It is not a project that one can simply mark as finished and forget. There will always be new efficiencies to discover, new bottlenecks to address, and new opportunities to leverage.

What Are The Most Common Use Cases for Process Mining?

Typically, process mining is most commonly applied for one of the following purposes:

  • Human Resources. Improving recruitment, hiring, and onboarding practices. Optimizing employee management, including training, compliance, and performance tracking.
  • General Business Operations. Optimization of common business processes such as report generation, account creation, and approvals.
  • Finance. Enhancing procurement, improving invoice and payment processing, and identifying opportunities to reduce overhead through automation.
  • Software Delivery. More efficient lifecycle management, migration, and deployment. Greater visibility into testing and development.
  • Information Technology. Optimizing network operations, server management, and security controls. Running simulations to ensure more efficient deployments, particularly in hybrid environments.
  • Support. Identifying bottlenecks in ticket routing, and ensuring more effective, efficient resolution for both internal and external support requests.

What Are The Benefits of Process Mining?

The first, most obvious benefit of process mining is that it provides direct, objective insights. It looks 'below the hood' of a business, automatically mapping each process from tangible data. In addition to being less biased, process mining is considerably more accurate than legacy techniques such as surveys or workshops.

The second major benefit is tied to automation. Compared to legacy business process optimization, process mining is significantly more efficient. Because it doesn't require any manual work, this also means it's more cost-effective, as well.

Most process mining platforms also run without interrupting existing systems and processes, meaning you needn't worry about interrupting workflows or having to implement any complicated workarounds.

The application of process mining, as one might expect, can also improve a business in a multitude of ways:

  • Standardization of business processes
  • Improved accuracy, revenue, and outcomes through business process automation.
  • Reduced lead times and reaction times when dealing with customers.
  • Address noncompliance in real-time and analyze audit data more efficiently.
  • Identify bottlenecks and address process conflicts.
  • Eliminate redundant workflows.

Data-Driven Decision Making

Business process optimization has long felt like an uphill battle, but it no longer needs to be. With the advent of process mining, businesses can leverage data science and analytics to gain a level of visibility into business operations which would have previously been impossible. And through that visibility, they can make better, more informed decisions.

And more importantly, they can do so in a way that allows them to clearly demonstrate their efforts to senior leadership, both justifying their budget and providing executives with peace of mind.

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eCommerce Integration a Top Tech Trend to Watch in 2022

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eCommerce Integration a Top Tech Trend to Watch in 2022

Technology has always evolved to adapt to a changing world and the changing needs of the people who live in it. That fact couldn’t be more evident than it has been in the past few years.

The shifting expectations of consumers and employees, fueled by the increase in hybrid and remote work environments and online shopping over the past couple of years, demands solutions that make working and shopping easier than ever. This has given rise to predictions for the top tech trends in 2022.

Tech Trends to Watch

Boomi’s 2022 Tech Trend Predictions outlines the top tech trends to follow in 2022. These tech trends include:

  • Low-code solutions – With IT staff and skill shortages looming large in the tech industry, the need for low-code solutions to accomplish digital transformations is a must.
  • Automation – Automation will be taken to the next level in 2022, relieving employees from performing manual tasks that are time-consuming and prone to error and lowering operational costs across industries.
  • Integration in the workplace – The need to work remotely a significant amount of time and The Great Resignation, both driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, has resulted in the need to develop data-driven processes and onboarding that will ensure better employee experiences.
  • The customer experience – Organizations that do not make use of integration to create a superior user experience will lose ground to their competitors.

With these trends in mind, let’s take a closer look at integration and the customer experience, particularly when it comes to ecommerce.

The Need for Integration in eCommerce

There is no industry where speed is more important than in the ecommerce industry. In the past 10 years, consumers have come to expect immediate connectivity and service at lightning speed. The COVID-19 pandemic has only increased the expectations of consumers as more and more people have turned to online shopping.

In the U.S., 52% of people are shopping more online, including grocery shopping, a domain that was once strictly a brick-and-mortar shopping experience. The UN reports that globally ecommerce has grown into a $2.9 trillion industry thanks to the pandemic.

What this means for ecommerce companies is that integration is critical to maintaining market share. This is just as true for brick-and-mortar retail companies that have an online presence as it is for strictly online ecommerce businesses.

The goal behind integration is to connect systems within your company, as well as integration your own systems with those of your partners. This includes not only your ecommerce platforms, but all supporting applications, such as inventory management, CRM, content management, digital marketing, and financial information. This will ensure that you are able to:

  • Improve data accuracy
  • Increase the speed of data exchange across systems
  • Keep your platform up-to-date
  • Provide customers with a more personalized and customized experience
  • Sync inventory in real-time across all sales channels
  • Streamline and simplify business processes
  • Improve scalability as sales volume and the number of sales channels grow

The result of this integration is that customers will be able to shop whenever and wherever they are and via any channels they wish. They will experience a seamless purchasing process and receive instantaneous communications and timely updates on orders so they will always know their status, thanks to:

  • Real-time inventory tracking
  • Instant order processing and fulfillment
  • Real-time status updates and alerts

However, in order to make this a reality, your ecommerce integration has to be of the highest quality.

Top-Quality Integration

The very best quality in ecommerce integration will ensure that your finances and inventory processes are all automated and fully integrated with your ecommerce platform. Boomi offers the first 100% cloud-based platform and is an industry leader in integrations.

Boomi’s simple, instant integration between on-premise and cloud systems requires no coding, and you will have your automation up and running in no time, with pre-built solutions that help accelerate ecommerce integrations.

What this means is that you don’t have to invest heavily in IT to implement full integration. Instead, you will have easy access to your integration platform without the need to install or maintain additional software or hardware.

Tangentia is proud of our partnership with Boomi, which will allow our customers to build faster integrations and reduce the time they spend on development by weeks or months, enabling a quicker digital transformation.

Reach out to an experienced Tangentia team member today for more information on how to enjoy the full potential of Boomi.

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