Salesforce Launches New Low-Code Tools On The Lightning Platform

Salesforce has announced its next generation of low-code tools for companies to build apps faster. Customers and employees today expect apps with the design and performance of consumer brands. But with developers in short supply, companies are turning to the Salesforce Lightning Platform and AppExchange for low-code tools that empower IT and business users to create intelligent, connected experiences without building from scratch.

According to a recent IDC study, organizations building on the Salesforce Lightning Platform saw a return on investment of 545 percent over five years. Furthermore, IDC found business users gained productivity and revenue benefits totaling $8.82 million per organization surveyed – including 63 percent faster lifecycles for app development.

In addition to new low-code tools, new updates to AppExchange will now offer an even smarter experience for customers including Smarter Recommendations and Lightning Flow Actions that flow seamlessly with the new Lightning updates. With 88 percent of Salesforce customer orgs using AppExchange solutions and almost 6 million installs, more Trailblazers than ever are tapping into the power of the world’s leading enterprise cloud ecosystem.

This year at Dreamforce, the Platform and AppExchange keynotes will showcase leading brands that have transformed their businesses by building on Lightning. Lightning Object Creator and Lightning Flow Builder are now available in pilot. Further pricing information will be announced at general availability in the rst half of 2019.


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