The biggest advantage of Kanban is its simplicity from a development standpoint. The biggest speed, productivity and economical gains are resulted from the fact that the business users can create what they need to automate their business workflows without the strong dependencies on software engineers or information technologists.
Kanban helps business users create Kanban boards and visualize simple records. On an Kanban board, work items that are predefined by the business users are represented visually. Business users can add new items to the board and edit or delete them.
Furthermore, business users can easily drag-n-drop items from one column to the other on the board to change their category. Organize and manage everything in one place, and empower people’s productivity with Kanban.
Kanban can offer you the following benefits from low code or no code standpoints:
Speed or increase time-to-market
Developers often end up sacrificing function for speed when it comes to enterprise application development. In today's saturated application market, business users have come to expect quick delivery and seamless product experiences across avenues. In order to keep up with demand, developers often do all they can to get their products into the hands of business users as quickly as possible to maintain their competitive edge. Kanban's visual interfaces bridge the gap between ideas and workable applications, helping people get products to market faster with fewer headaches.
Break down structural barriers
In traditional business application development, there is usually some level of disconnect between business users and the developers who support them. Business users would often outline directives, then pass them on to the developers to build the applications that may or may not hit the mark. Traditional solutions amplify this chasm between business users and developers, keeping things siloed. Kanban requires zero coding experience and allows business users to create the high visualization applications and workflows by themselves ensuring that nothing gets lost in transmission.
Cost savings and reduced legacy maintenance
Complex coding projects can take a toll on a company’s bottom line, not just in terms of hiring specialized developers, but also in terms of future legacy maintenance. Legacy application maintenance can be a huge drain on a company’s resources and company funds. Modifying or fixing a developer’s work requires diving deep into code to perform time-consuming reverse engineering. Over time, this means that the company is paying for highly expensive developers simply to maintain the status quo. With Kanban, there is no need to maintain legacy code. It can also work alongside existing legacy applications. This results in faster builds with zero maintenance costs, and more time for business users to focus on what really matters — creating a competitive advantage.