Process optimization for internal efficiency

Interne processen kunnen meestal efficiënter. Met low-code bouw je snel applicaties op maat waarmee je de workflows van je personeel automatiseert en optimaliseert.

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Streamline your internal processes
with powerful workflow applications

Every organization has internal processes that occur on a daily basis. These may include processing expense claims, recording hours, and signing documents. A workflow application makes these processes as efficient as possible.


Increased productivity

Inefficient processes waste a lot of time. A streamlined digital workflow eliminates cumbersome tasks and sluggish communication, making your employees more productive.


Reduced errors

Smart workflow applications enable you to streamline processes by automating manual and repetitive tasks as much as possible. This reduces the risk of human errors.


Insight and overview

Workflow applications make processes more transparent. You always have reliable information on the status and next steps of a process, minimizing the need for micromanagement.

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Every low-code project starts with an introductory meeting. Together, we will discuss your digital challenges and assess whether low-code is indeed the solution. We will also address all your questions regarding important topics such as:

  • Automation
  • System integration
  • Platform selection
  • Consultancy
  • Costs and planning

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What is a workflow application?
A workflow is a work process involving repetitive and recurring actions. A workflow application aims to optimize and automate these internal processes. Within an organization, there are many different workflows. As a result, there is a wide range of workflow applications available to improve and optimize these processes. For example, a law firm can streamline time tracking and the signing of legal documents, while a manufacturer can use an application to make procurement and quality control more efficient.


What are the uses of a workflow application?
  • Time tracking
  • Expense claims
  • Approval processes
  • Digital signing
  • Vacation requests
  • Procurement and ordering processes
  • Reporting Quality control
  • Employee onboarding
  • Contract management
  • Invoice processing
  • Quote management
  • Service desk
What are the benefits of a workflow application?

Workflow applications lead to more efficient processes and more productive employees. Here are some statistics that highlight their importance:

  • 68% of employees don't have enough time for their daily tasks.
  • On average, an office worker is productive for less than three hours a day.
  • More than half of employees spend two or more hours on repetitive tasks.
  • 54% believe that using an automation tool would save them 5+ hours of work per week.
  • Inefficient processes can cost a company up to 30% of its revenue.

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What should a workflow application fulfill?

Simplicity and effectiveness
The primary goal of a workflow application is to make a cumbersome and error-prone process more efficient. Any other functionality is secondary to this.

Your application should be easy to use, with an intuitive and logical interface. If people struggle to work with it, they will likely avoid using the application.

Internal processes can grind to a halt if a workflow tool is not available. The application should work stably on any device and be easy to manage.

Flexibility and scalability
Internal processes are constantly evolving. It's important that your application can grow with the organization and adapt to changing employee requirements.

A workflow application does not exist in isolation but uses data from various sources. This requires robust integrations with your other business systems.

Workflow applications increase employee productivity. However, the efficiency gains can be negated if the development or maintenance costs are too high.


Off-the-shelf software versus custom development

If you want to optimize internal processes with a smart application, you have several options. The main choice lies between off-the-shelf software and custom development. Off-the-shelf software allows you to get started quickly at relatively low costs. However, there are often limited possibilities to customize the application to your unique processes. Sometimes, essential functionality that your employees require may be missing.

At House of low-code, we don't believe in this approach. We frequently see organizations trying to fit their processes into the constraints of off-the-shelf software, which can lead to reduced efficiency. We believe that the business should lead, not the technology. That's why we build tailor-made applications that perfectly align with your operations, using future-proof low-code technology.

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Why low-code?

Traditional software development involves manually writing code using programming languages, which is a complex and rigid process. A lot of time is lost on extensive specifications and planning. Often, when the workflow application is introduced, it no longer aligns with the changing internal processes. Additionally, attracting experienced programmers can be challenging, further driving up costs.

Low-code eliminates these challenges. With this development approach, applications are assembled using visual building blocks and models. Low-code allows you to rapidly build applications and add new functionality requested by your employees, and often at lower costs. Here are the key advantages of low-code:

Rapid development
Low-code accelerates the development of workflow applications. Implementation can be completed within a few weeks.

Lower costs
Low-code development is cost-effective. It not only speeds up the process but also requires less expensive programming expertise.

Co-creation with the business
Low-code allows users to have a role in the development process, resulting in better applications and contributing to adoption.

Increased agility
With low-code, you can quickly adapt an application to changing internal processes and employee preferences.

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

Simplified maintenance
A low-code application consists of standard components, reducing the risk of bugs and simplifying maintenance.

Why House of low-code?

House of low-code is a collective of independently operating low-code agencies, each specializing in a specific low-code technology. Our consultants act as independent advisors who assess your digital challenges, determine if low-code is the right solution, and select the appropriate platform. Then, one of our agencies develops the application using an agile approach, ensuring speed and quality for our customers.

Independent advice
We are not bound to one technology and always choose the best solution.

Comprehensive offering
From customer portals to ERP systems: we build virtually all types of business software.

Quality assured
We train our consultants and developers in-house to maintain control over quality.

Unlimited capacity
With over 100 low-code engineers, we can handle the largest projects.

Way of work

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Process optimization comes in many forms

With low-code, you can streamline various internal processes, such as automating manual and error-prone tasks. Below, we have listed a few workflow applications:

Approval processes

From contracts to scientific publications: this application streamlines the approval process.

Time tracking system

With a time tracking system, you always have visibility into worked hours and can perform smart analyses.

Expense management system

An expense management system enables your employees to quickly and accurately submit expense claims.