Low code development in the insurance industry and its role in high speed content-based services

While the pandemic put pressure on many companies’ ability to function even at a basic level, others were able to turn the unprecedented market conditions to their advantage. Organisations with fully digitised processes - supported by on-demand, anywhere access to whatever information or content people needed - were able to spin out new use cases for that content on the fly.

A common challenge faced by financial services has been in developing and bringing to market content-based applications quick enough to meet changing needs and requirements. This was true before the Covid-19 pandemic and is perhaps even more true now, with the need for agility and responsiveness brought to the fore more than ever.

This has all meant that ‘low code’ development has become of much greater significance. This provides insurers with the ability to create and roll out new services and user experiences without having to engage in long development projects. When applied specifically to content-based applications, low code paves the way for companies to create new content-based services in just days and weeks, a truly transformative capability.

This whitepaper explores the emergence of low code development and explains how it can unlock the value from enterprise content, improving user experiences and gaining business advantage.