European Cloud Summit

It is not about making one application – it’s about becoming an application factory

by Webcon

ecs blog

Friday, Sep 09 2022

A press release by our Platinum sponsor Webcon


A recent study by Foundry (formerly IDG) showed that 79% of companies that use low-code technology to create applications, deliver a maximum of one solution a year. It’s not even close to what a low-code platform is capable of. How to properly leverage low-code technology, and become an application factory that delivers dozens of solutions a year?

Low-code plays a key role now and will continue to do so in the future

Low-code development’s popularity has been steadily increasing for years now, with no signs of slowing down. Its appeal is that it gives users the ability to create software applications through a graphical interface, with little or no need for programming in the traditional sense.

According to the study published by Foundry (formerly IDG), which summarizes the results of a comprehensive survey of over 600 companies of all sizes on the use of no-code/low-code in a wide range of industries, 71% of companies see a pivotal role for no-code/low-code tools. At the same time, 65% say their use will increase over the next 3 years. This undoubtedly indicated the huge potential of no-code/low-code platforms. But low-code is not without a significant downside if it’s adopted without a long-term strategy in place.

How to make sure low-code will work long term

Low-code tools and platforms offer a faster and more inclusive development process. Business owners can create applications on their own, without waiting and without having to explain their requirements to someone else. What’s more, low-code is great for professional developers, too. Mature low-code solutions can make developers become considerably more productive – producing more applications faster and with smaller teams. Gartner predicts that low-code will make up 65% of application activity by 2024 – low-code is a true game-changer.

But as a recent study by Foundry showed, good, future-proof, and functional tool is not enough. Organizations need a certain strategy for long-term success. Without it, organizations end up with a host of orphaned apps and broken workflows. Long-term planning for low code requires thinking about things like durability, reusability, scalability, and agility.

During our session “It is not about making one application – it’s about becoming an application factory” we’ll cover the dos and don’ts of low-code application development, and explain how to ensure your organization is utilizing its full potential.


The presentation will take place on Tuesday September 27, 15:15-15:35, in room Apptio (4).

Want to discuss digital transformation with WEBCON experts? Be sure to come and say hi to our team at booth #18!



WEBCON is a company founded in 2006 that provides the WEBCON BPS platform – a comprehensive low-code solution to support digital document workflows and business process digitization, automation and management. 

WEBCON BPS helps businesses boost their productivity, improve business decisions and deliver savings through better process management. Applications delivered within the platform help organizations optimize their processes, automate repetitive tasks and get rid of paper by effectively leveraging IT technologies to support the existing business models and implement new ones. By automating and digitizing their processes, enterprises can bring new quality to their daily operations and business management. In the age of digital revolution, this definitely helps them gain a competitive edge. 

The The Total Economic Impact study by Forrester shows WEBCON BPS lets organizations speed up their business processes by up to 87%. This is why WEBCON BPS is used by over 500 businesses across the globe, including Siemens Finance, Südzucker, Societe Generale, Mitsubishi Electric, Haddad Brands, Man, Nowy Styl and Raben. 

With just one platform, WEBCON BPS clients can address 90% of their needs and business scenarios – from simple processes that support operations to more complex ones, critical to ongoing business.