Pandemic has made it clear to everyone how digital transformation and the tools that make it effective are indispensable tools for any type of organization, profit or nonprofit.

In the past, however, technology made the functional link to operational and strategic business activities extremely difficult; in fact, two parallel worlds existed in companies, the IT department, whose priority was technology architecture and systems stability, and the management departments (general management, logistics, sales, marketing etc.) whose priority was speed of implementation and cost control.

With the development of low/no code platforms and the presence of citizen developers (Gartner definition) in the company, this dichotomy has been almost completely resolved.

However, it is necessary to make a clear distinction between these 2 tools, as they have very different prerogatives and purposes.

While no-code tools can be used by anyone in the enterprise, as they do not require the use of any line of code, on the other hand, however, they represent a set of “semi-finished” elements that are rigidly structured, and therefore unusable in the case of complex processes and applications.

In contrast, the Omnia platform was planned and built according to requirements for functional and operational flexibility: put another way, Omnia uses low-code logic that can be declined by both citizen developers with no coding knowledge and IT programmers.

Such adaptability is possible through a user experience that is functional to the user’s needs and background.

In summary, the architecture and features of the OMNIA platform enable a breadth and depth of applications in any organizational context, effectively ensuring limitless scalability.

Added to this is the fact that the platform uses BPMN (Business Process Model & Notation), a language which, like the natural one, allows in the case of Omnia’s BPM not only to map and design business processes but also automate them immediately, intuitively, and very quickly.


The above features make Omnia the platform of choice for all organizations that want to deploy applications aligned with business operations quickly and surely, as well as design, map and automate (a unique feature within the low-code competitive landscape) business processes quickly and easily


Ultimately, Omnia provides a toolkit to make digital transformation a tangible concept, not a trendy buzzword.


Tony Vitale