Low-code for the manufacturing industry

The manufacturing industry is at the forefront of digitization and automation. With low-code, you can rapidly develop software solutions that enhance your business operations.

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Streamline your factory processes
with low-code

Manufacturers face significant IT challenges. They constantly need to adapt to customer needs, optimize their supply chains, and implement new technologies to stay profitable. This requires flexible and integrated systems. The solution? Low-code.


Enhanced agility

With low-code, you can rapidly build customized applications that further optimize your production processes. It also empowers you to experiment with technologies like IoT and AI.


Integration and modernization

Low-code empowers continuous modernization of legacy software. It also enables the development of a flexible layer that integrates your systems with those of your supply chain partners.


Data-driven factory

Low-code provides a cost-effective method to digitize and automate your factories. Through applications that translate data into actionable insights, you can improve production management.

The dawn of Industry 5.0

Industry 5.0 is the next major revolution in manufacturing. By integrating advanced technologies such as IoT, big data, AI, and collaborative robots with human workers, it enhances production efficiency significantly. Furthermore, Industry 5.0 prioritizes the establishment of sustainable industrial systems. This transformative era presents thrilling prospects for digitally agile companies.


Shift from supply-driven to demand-driven production

Driven in part by the increasing demand for personalized products, the manufacturing industry is undergoing a shift from mass production and large inventories to demand-driven production. This transformation impacts various aspects of business operations, including IT. For instance, manufacturers require a robust and flexible system for digital order processing, material management, and production planning.


Connected supply chains enhance collaboration

Supply chains are becoming increasingly complex and interconnected. Large manufacturers have numerous suppliers and partners, each with their own intricate supply chain networks. The connected supply chain aims to seamlessly interlink all these entities, providing real-time visibility and enabling proactive adjustments when issues arise. This requires intelligent integration of data and systems.


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Transform your business
with an ERP system

The enterprise resource planning (ERP) system serves as the backbone of your business, managing everything from raw material inventory and production planning to product traceability, ensuring there is always a single source of truth. Standard software can often be complex and inflexible. With low-code, you can quickly create a future-proof ERP system tailored to your specific needs.

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Revolutionize your factory
with IoT applications

The Internet of Things (IoT) enables product innovations and new business models. However, an IoT application can also be used to upgrade and enhance your manufacturing operations. For example, you can leverage sensors to monitor machinery and equipment, enabling predictive maintenance. With low-code, we give your IoT project a head start.

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Optimize your warehouse
with a WMS

Efficient warehouse management is crucial for swift order processing, ensuring a smooth flow from procurement to delivery throughout the entire supply chain. With a warehouse management system (WMS), your warehouse or distribution center operates seamlessly, eliminating any obstacles that may disrupt customer satisfaction. Experience the benefits of low-code WMS software today.

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Boost your efficiency
with process optimization

Every manufacturer has recurring internal processes that are often far from efficient. "That's just how we do things around here." Does this sound familiar? No worries, as we specialize in process optimization. With low-code, you can enhance operational processes. For instance, by digitizing time-consuming manual tasks and streamlining quality control workflows.

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Offer outstanding service
with a customer portal

Empower your customers with a self-service portal. This provides them with 24/7 access to information such as product specifications and delivery times. It also enables them to independently handle tasks like placing orders. Meanwhile, your staff will be relieved of routine tasks, freeing up their time to focus on more complex inquiries. With low-code, you can swiftly create a secure customer portal.


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What’s the best software for my manufacturing company?
Choosing the right software can be a daunting process. You have to weigh functional requirements, budget constraints, and other factors. The main decision often comes down to selecting between off-the-shelf software or custom development. Numerous vendors offer standard software packages tailored for the manufacturing industry. Alternatively, you have the option to develop your own software.
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What are the pros and cons of off-the-shelf software?

Off-the-shelf software offers a fast implementation and cost-effective solution. However, every manufacturer has unique processes that may not align well with standard software solutions. Even if software providers claim their solution is tailored for the manufacturing industry, odds are you are paying for unnecessary features or missing essential functionalities. Customization options for the software are also limited.

Many manufacturers try to adjust their processes to fit within the constraints of off-the-shelf packages. At House of low-code, we prioritize the needs of the business over the technology itself, ensuring that your software solution is truly tailored to your specific requirements.

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What are the pros and cons of custom development?

The main advantage of custom software is its perfect alignment with your business processes. You are not dependent on a software vendor determining the functionalities of the software for you. Instead, you have full control over the features of the software and its further development.

Custom development does come with risks, particularly in traditional software development. In this approach, code is manually written using programming languages, which involves a complex and rigid process that consumes significant time in extensive specifications and planning. This is a challenge considering the dynamic nature of the manufacturing industry, where an application may no longer meet requirements shortly after development. Additionally, it can be difficult to attract experienced programmers, and their expertise comes at a high cost.

Fortunately, custom development doesn't have to be difficult. At House of low-code, we swiftly develop powerful software that truly propels your manufacturing company forward. We achieve this using a future-proof technology: low-code.

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What is low-code development?
Low-code is a development approach that enables you to create applications using visual building blocks and models. It provides a user-friendly graphical interface that hides the complexities of programming code. By leveraging low-code, you can rapidly build customized logistics software, seamlessly integrate new features, and often achieve cost savings compared to traditional software development.
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What are the benefits of low-code?

Rapid development
Low-code accelerates the development of custom software, reducing project completion time to months or even weeks.

Lower costs
Low-code development is cost-effective. It saves time and requires less expensive programming knowledge.

Increased agility
With low-code, you can proactively respond to changing market conditions and quickly implement new technologies.

Low-code allows non-programmers like engineers to participate in the development process, resulting in better software.

Easy integration
The power of low-code lies in its ability to easily integrate a new application with your existing systems.

Legacy modernization
Outdated software hampers innovation and efficiency. With low-code, you can continuously modernize applications.

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