LanciaConsult partners with low-code platform Zudy

12 October 2020 2 min. read
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Consulting firm LanciaConsult has joined the partner ranks of Zudy, a global provider of a low-code development platform. 

“We are very excited to partner with LanciaConsult to deliver amazing results for Asia Pacific customers,” said Martyn Mason, the CEO Growth Markets at Zudy.

As part of the partnership, LanciaConsult will support the implementation of Zudy projects, initially with a focus on the Asian market. LanciaConsult will lead the partnership from its Singapore-headquarters, where it has a team of around 30 partners, consultants and staff.

The consultancy has extensive experience in the delivery of digital transformation projects, working for clients across sectors. In partnership with Zudy, LanciaConsult will offer capabilities in low-code strategy, business consulting, technology advisory and implementation expertise.

LanciaConsult partners with low-code platform Zudy

The alliance comes on the back of a successful joint project for a multinational tire manufacturer with a presence across Asia. In the space of weeks, Zudy and LanciaConsult build a customised application integrated with SAP and Microsoft AX, which enabled the tire player to significantly enhance its procurement and order management process. The Vinyl application [the platform of Zudy] has since been rolled in over twelve countries, with further expansion planned. 

Commenting on the partnership, Jeffrey Cronkshaw, the Managing Director of LanciaConsult said: “With demand for faster digital transformation and lower cost development in Asia and Europe, companies are looking for modern solutions to drive growth despite the challenging economic climate. Companies are investing in technology to transform and to be well positioned when economies pick up. Providing the Vinyl low-code platform to our clients is a ‘natural step’ for LanciaConsult. Vinyl enables our clients to quickly bring digital solutions online for much lower investment and greater value.” 

According to research by Gartner, low-code application building is one of the most promising segments within the IT software sector. Using low-code, companies can empower a much broader group of professional to lead digital innovation, speeding up tech-driven advancements and digital transformation efforts.

As a result, Gartner predicts that by 2024 more than 65% of all app development functions will be based on low code.