The developer community often thinks that the problem associated with ERP complexity or costs is technical. Time after time, we have seen developers championing how concepts such as no-code or open source can solve problems of the ERP world. The problems associated with ERP failures are very rarely technical or product-related. The hardest problem in the ERP world is getting everyone in one room to discuss or agree on a decision. Now, if you might take a couple of days to make a decision, what are the odds that you will be able to write all of the business requirements in a couple of years? And if you can't do that, how will you write the code and test it? While the concept of no-code is excellent, the problem in the ERP world is not of the code itself. It's to define the state of a system. The code is typically the easiest part. So while there are a lot of ERP systems that are riding the wave of no-code, how successful would they be in penetrating the ERP market? One such vendor is, NextWorld, which champions the idea of no-code and how they will be the next big revolution in the ERP industry.
In today's episode, we invited a panel of industry experts for a live discussion on LinkedIn to discuss major stories in the ERP and digital transformation space and an objective and independent review of NextWorld's capabilities. We covered several grounds, including their no-code/low-code approach, product roadmap, and go-to-market strategy. Finally, we reviewed their data model and capabilities through their current screenshot and which industries and company size will most benefit from NextWorld's capabilities.
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