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How to choose the best software
when becoming a digital enterprise?

Read the 8 main points of interest for software selection here

In times of digital transformation, software selection is of increasing strategic importance. The success of organizations is determined by the extent to which enterprise software supports them in innovation and operational improvements.

The vast majority of organizations opt for the safe road by conforming to a standard software package, but discard their unique identity and methods in the process. A smaller group opts for time-consuming and expensive customized products.

This whitepaper discusses the eight main points of interest for selecting enterprise software, and the important role of enterprise low-code as a way to optimally support modern organizations in their digital transformation.

    • The main pitfalls and points of interest for software selection.
    • Identifying business objectives and functional requirements.
    • Functional and productivity benefits of enterprise low-code software.

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‘How to choose the best software when becoming a digital enterprise?'

“With the Thinkwise Platform, we can build applications that optimally support our business processes, while the focus is still on expanding and optimizing our processes.”

John Sangers - ICT Manager, WILA

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Read about the experience of WILA, the leading manufacturer of tool systems for press brake machines.

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