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Identify & Address Development Gaps: How to Run Your Own Low-Code Maturity Assessment

Identify & Address Development Gaps: How to Run Your Own Low-Code Maturity Assessment

3 September 2020, last update 18 June 2021 2 min read

This blog is about the 'Identify & Address Development Gaps: How to Run Your Own Low-Code Maturity Assessment' video, presented by Mike Tarentino, Dir. Strategic Consulting, Mendix. You can watch the video here.

“Low-code success doesn’t just happen, it’s planned for. While this is true, the fact is that no success can just happen. You need to take a holistic approach to achieve your ultimate goals”.

That’s how director of strategic consulting at Mendix, Mike Tarentino, started the Mendix World session “Identify & Address Development Gaps: How to Run Your Own Low-Code Maturity Assessment”.

Every organization follows its own path to low-code maturity. With over 20 years of experience in low-code implementation, we have identified key indicators that can be assessed to determine an organization’s maturity.

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We have combined our experience with the Mendix digital execution practice to deliver an out-of-the-box maturity scan for your organization. As Mike explained in his ondemand session at Mendix World, the maturity model starts with the 4 Ps:

People
The people you choose to fill out your Mendix teams are crucial to your success

Portfolio
Identify the right projects and create a project portfolio of quick wins and high-value
initiatives

Process
Change the way you work by establishing rapid development processes

Platform
Improve operational efficiencies, reduce time-to-market, and foster business and IT collaboration
All of these aspects are vital for low-code implementation, but they are all interdependent. One cannot function at its peak without the other. You need the right people to build items in the portfolio, but the portfolio can only be filled correctly with the right people. Conversely, you can have the brightest minds in the world, but if they are not backed by the right processes, they won’t be able to perform at their highest level. 

Implementing the 4 Ps doesn’t happen overnight. Mendix takes a progressive approach, also known as the 3 S’s:

Start

Prove first value quickly (convince business)

Structure

More apps, more complexity, more teams. Start with governance to maintain speed & quality

Scale

Mendix as a strategic component in the IT organization. Governance and onboarding of new members is optimized.

The CLEVR Maturity Scan has taken the 4 Ps, 3 S’s, and 20 years of experience and merged it all into one model,  providing the Mendix community with a one-click overview of your organization’s low-code maturity. 

              Score for Start maturity Score for Scale maturity


In addition to the Mendix maturity model, we can provide your organization with valuable insights. We help you pinpoint your maturity level and provide you with a roadmap for a truly holistic approach to reaching low-code maturity. With our maturity scan, we can help you address areas that need improvement to start accelerating your digitalization. 

Find out more about how we envision maturity in our free ebook.

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Sjoerd Beljon Sjoerd Beljon is Mendix Business Consultant at Mansystems. As a business consultant he is responsible for requirements engineering (process optimization), project management (Scrum master) and development and deployment of low-code applications.

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