Break Down the Barriers to Digital Transformation With Low-Code

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Steven Park 6 March 2024
Break Down the Barriers to Digital Transformation With Low-Code

According to recent research, citizens’ satisfaction with government services has fallen to an eight-year low and 73% of government officers believe their organization’s digital capabilities lag behind those of the private sector.

Local government CIOs have long recognized the importance of digital transformation, understanding that when citizens have access to convenient web and mobile services, staff can spend their time delivering frontline services instead of answering unnecessary phone calls or operating cumbersome, disjointed systems.

So, what’s holding state and local government back?

According to The Center for Digital Government, four main challenges frustrate digital transformation in local government:

  1. Inadequate funding
  2. Gridlock from inflexible, disjointed legacy systems
  3. Security concerns
  4. A shortage of modern development skills

State and Local government IT, digital, and service delivery teams that adopt low-code can break through these four barriers and significantly accelerate their digital transformation.

Health & Human Services
Local Government & Communities
Operational & Process Excellence
Technology & Transformation
United States United States

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