The NoCode/LowCode Serenytics platform is designed for solutions providers who want to create apps (or parts of their app) for their customers without the complexity, cost and delay of a classic software development process.
We have customers in many markets: supply chain, marketing, construction industry... Some customers are software vendors who only use Serenytics for a module of their app (e.g. dashboards) while other are providing services and use Serenytics to couple their services with apps built with Serenytics.
The Serenytics platform lets you create many types of apps. The simplest apps are dashboards. You can also create apps where the user enters data (e.g. with forms). You can create apps to manage backend processes (send emails, pdf, reports...). And of course, you can combine all those types. Contact-us to get a demo of all those types of apps.
Writing code and mastering (and maintaining) a stack is complicated and you need full-stack developers, or a team of developers (e.g. a front-end dev, a back-end dev). And those developers are hard to find, harder to keep and they are expensive.
With a NoCode platform, apps can be built using existing blocks without writing code. Underlying technologies and deployment are handled transparently by the platform.
As a result, someone without development skills can create and deploy apps in production.
In a perfect world, all the apps could be written in NoCode by non dev people.
But sometimes, there is a more complex or custom feature that you absolutely need in your app and it is not feasible in NoCode. When this happens in a pure NoCode platform, you're blocked. You need to throw away all you NoCode work and rebuild your app with code. This is painful.
With a LowCode platform, you can inject parts of code in many places of your app. This code is as simple and isolated as possible. But at least, you can do it, and you're not blocked anymore.
It's hard to answer this question as it depends much of the apps you want to build. Many apps do not require LowCode at all. But having the LowCode option is critical as it ensures you that you won't hit a wall, there will be an option to enable your advanced feature. Anyway, the best option is to contact us for a demo and we will analyze together the apps you want to build.
Embedding an app within another app is very simple. You just need to add a few lines of code in your app to secure the embedding. We have a step by step documentation to achieve that.
Experienced developers usually add this embedding within a few hours.
The best option is to watch our video tutorials. We have plenty of them on our website with practical use cases. So you can train yourself by watching those videos.
And our support is available by email, phone or video-calls (where we can share screens).
We also have a detailed documentation. But is is usually more efficient to start with tutorials and to use this documentation only to answer to precise questions.
Yes, our professional services team can help you to fully build your app, or just help you with the LowCode parts. Please contact-us to discuss your needs.
Our premium onboarding program included in our offerings guarantees a successful implementation of your project. This includes:
The Serenytics product is made in France. It is developed in Paris by a team of experienced software engineers. The support is provided by a dedicated team, internal to the company, located in Paris.
We have many types of licences (from monthly subscription to on-prem perpetual licence), hosted by us in the Cloud, or hosted by you on your servers. Please contact-us to discuss your needs.
The default version is hosted in the cloud but it is possible to install Serenytics on your servers behind your firewall with a user license. Get a quote for an on-premise version by contacting-us.
In the cloud version, there is nothing to install, Serenytics manages everything for you. In the on-premise version, the installation is done in 10 minutes by following our step by step documentation. Our platform is based on Docker containers. For an on-premise installation, you just have to run these containers (we provide a default configuration). But you can customize the installation according to your needs (for example under Kubernetes).
The objects (apps/source configuration...) are stored in a PostGreSQL database. By default, we provide a pre-configured Docker container. But you are free to choose a database server that you host (for example hosted by your Cloud provider, with redundancy and backups).