Busting all myths and putting an end to the dilemma of – to code, or not to code? – Zvolv gets into the details of intelligent automation and business growth.
As William Shakespear famously wrote:
To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
Today many organisation around the world have transitioned the debate of build vs buy to code vs no-code – should we code custom applications, or should we jump aboard the no-code/low-code bandwagon. The trade-offs are not very different from the conundrum posed by Shakespear above – suffer months of development cycles with specialised skill-sets needed for every step of the process, and mountains of code to maintain and evolve, or trust that your chosen no-code/low-code platform has the required flexibility and ease of use to deliver on the promised benefits. You make the wrong choice, and you will run into road-blocks that may derail your development plans.
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Our Ninja Retail series focuses on the ways in which retailers can reduce inventory and working capital requirements. You can check out the introduction here. Our previous post was focused on how you can think faster as an organization to reduce inventory and respond to market trends faster. But that only helps so much if your suppliers don’t join the party. Here’s why you need that and how you can make it happen.
Agility demands suppliers moving in lockstep with retailers and the first step is visibility into demand and order status. Our conversations with more than a hundred retailers across the globe post-Covid show us that a majority of retailers still collaborate with suppliers using clunky systems of record, emails or standalone collaboration/productivity tools, none of which truly break down any walls. The walls exist for very good reasons.
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Our Ninja Retail blog series focuses on the ways in which retailers can reduce inventory and working capital requirements. Read the introduction here. This blog post discusses the speed of thought of your organization as a whole.
Humans think fast, companies think slow and computers think the fastest.
Humans have imagination, companies have bureaucracies that attenuate imagination, but they also have structure. Computers utterly lack imagination but make up for it by performing more calculations in seconds than humans can in years. How you leverage each of these resources decides how fast your company thinks. That in turn drives the speed of enterprise response to sales and customer behavior trends.
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