The biggest difference between traditional software development and no-code technology is who is using it. No-code automation technology platforms like Catalytic allow business users to take digital transformation into their own hands.
No-code can often refer to software meant for building boxed in apps or products which have their own interfaces.
No-code automation with Catalytic creates less limited solutions for a practical business environment, integrating with other software, automating things in the background and orchestrating tasks for employees within the context of their everyday workflows.
With Catalytic's no-code platform, business users who are digitally savvy (think: comfortable with complex spreadsheet features such as macros and pivot tables) can mix-and-match modular capabilities containing pre-built code to create automated workflows for almost anything.