Creatio's Course on Low-code App Development to Benefit Business Analysts
Creatio company has announced that it has released a course Low-code app development on the Creatio platform on Udemy.
FREMONT, CA: Creatio (formerly bpmonline), is a global software organization that offers a prominent low-code platform for process management and CRM. Recently, the company has announced that it has released a course Low-code app development on the Creatio platform on Udemy.
Creatio is highly established as a market leader by some of the primary industry analysts. Its smart products increase the sales rate, marketing, service, and operations for midsize and large enterprises.
The course will assist the participants in grasping the art and science of business software development without the requirement of coding skills. The students can learn how to develop applications on Creatio’s low-code platform in hours or days instead of months or years after listening to the lectures and undertaking practical tasks. Furthermore, there are eight modules in the course that consists of an introduction to low-code development, interface wizards and databases in low-code, introduction to BPMN 2.0, dynamic case management, building business processes, web-services using low-code tools, AI and ML, and application lifecycle management. The time limit of the course is 8.5 hours. The course can also be ideal for business analysts, software developers, and business users who are interested in accomplishing new skills to develop enterprise-grade software with a reduced amount of resources and investments.
Creatio’s low-code platform developed for process management and CRM is created to help organizations so that they can automate business concepts in less time. Along with its partners, the organization operates in 110 countries. They offer their services to the midsize and large enterprises from across different industries and geographies globally. Moreover, their products are highly appreciated by analysts like Gartner and Forrester. Last month, Creatio even introduced a free course on low-code development that can be used by the university and college professors.
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