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Damco Solutions Forays into Low-Code Application Development

PRINCETON, NJ, June 25, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Damco Solutions, a New Jersey based technology system integrator, recently announced its foray into low-code application development. With this strategic addition to its service portfolio, the brand aims at delivering businesses the convenience of developing feature-rich web and mobile applications at an accelerated speed. Under the low-code application development offering, Damco will be leveraging the popular platforms including Power Apps, Outsystems, Salesforce, and monday.com.

Damco Solutions is a leading technology solution provider delivering scalable and future-ready services to Fortune 500 companies for more than two decades. Growing with the demand in the industry, they recently added low-code application development services to their existing offerings. It is one of the emerging technologies that serve as a disruptor to the hyper-automation industry. Low-Code platforms offer visual interfaces with simple logic and easy drag-and-drop capabilities to design applications using minimal time and resources. By adding Low-Code to the portfolio, Damco claims to deliver applications within weeks and aims at leveraging this development approach as a disrupting force for the hyper-automation industry. The company is offering low-code development on four renowned platforms, Power Apps, Outsystems, Salesforce, and monday.com to match the exact demand of the businesses as each of these platforms offers different features and tools for building applications.

Talking about the launch of this service, Arnav Gupta, AVP Low-Code Practice of Damco Solutions, said, “Since its inception, Damco has remained one of the first movers when it comes to adopting and introducing new methodologies to deliver future-ready solutions to its reputed clientele and add value to the industry. Low-code development service is another milestone to enable businesses to meet the demand for cost-effective automation and workflow applications.”

“Low-code development is transforming the development approach for leading Enterprises, enabling them to optimize effectively. With a modern engineering model and Damco’s reusable frameworks, we have effectively launched Low-Code solutions to drive operational automation for some of the leading global corporations and institutions. We have partnered with Microsoft, Outsystems, Salesforce, and monday.com to provide the best technological advancements to our clients and help them maintain the first-mover advantage. Using the service for application development is helping businesses save cost, improve time to market and achieve higher agility,” he further added.

Damco Solutions plans to help businesses with quick and efficient application development with hyper-automation, enabling a business-driven, disciplined approach to rapidly identify, vet, and automate businesses and IT processes.

Get in touch with Damco Solutions experts and get started with your low-code development strategy.

Damco is a leading IT Services and Solutions company that offers end-to-end, innovative and leading-edge business and technical solutions to help corporations leverage technologies, transform their businesses and acquire sustainable growth since 1996. Damco is profoundly committed to provide significant business advantages to companies worldwide by leveraging its consultative approach, global footprint, transparent engagement and strong customer focus.


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