Prototyping with Low-Code

The Low-Coder approach to prototyping consists of 4 modules 6 weeks typically enables us to understand your use case, create a working prototype, complete quality assurance and agree pre-prod enhancements.  Our approach is flexible and rates are based on your specific needs.


We fully explain how Low-Code works and why a partnership following our modular approach will benefit your organisation – sharing new innovation tools you can use again and again.

You choose whether to be self-sufficient or to build a long term relationship with us.


Low-Code is a drag-and-drop app creation tool that transforms legacy systems and eliminates debt associated with poor technical deployment.

Low-Code drives rapid delivery of business apps, reduces or eliminates hand-coding and is cheaply deployed.

OutSystems enables visual full-stack development, full life-cycle management and deployment to any device.

Fit with your IT Development

You can accelerate your digital journey with speedy iteration of software, improve your development with less coding and faster delivery of apps.

In real-time you can run proof of concepts, perfect your UI and UX, enhance your workflow and re-invent your business processes.

Low-Code delivers fast and fails fast.

Working Together

You face significant pressures, have challenging budgets and want to innovate and deliver great UI and UX.

We help you adapt, provide tailored solutions to innovate at pace and bring insight and control.

Potential Goals and Opportunities

Your goal is to turn ideas into commercial success, eliminate manual effort and avoid missing behavioural changes.

Employing a scalable Low-Code solution reduces costs and will allow you to design, test and validate new ideas safely and quickly.

Case Study
From spreadsheet to prototype – a FTSE 100 Bank used OutSystems and Low-Coder to replace a complex spreadsheet (with 10k+ links, poor visibility of client behaviour, and inherent risk).

The Low-Coder product team removed manual calculations, provided greater visibility and allowed the bank to expand their business case.