The concept of the “composable enterprise” is quickly becoming a critical strategy for businesses looking to stay agile in an ever-changing market. This approach is centered on the idea of building applications through composition rather than traditional development. By utilizing packaged business capabilities (PBCs), organizations can assemble various functions to create a dynamic application architecture. This method contrasts sharply with the “static application experience” identified by Gartner Research, where enterprises are hampered by inflexible and cumbersome application structures that impede innovation and agility.

Gartner’s research suggests that by 2023, a significant portion of new applications will be delivered as libraries of PBCs, a stark increase from just a few years prior. The shift towards a composable enterprise isn’t entirely new, as businesses have been transitioning from heavy coding to a service-oriented architecture for some time. However, the pace of this change hasn’t matched the urgency required to keep up with industry disruptions and evolving customer expectations.

To address these challenges and avoid constantly playing catch-up, enterprises can leverage platforms like Omnia BPM’s low-code platform, which embodies the principles of the composable enterprise. Omnia BPM combines a low-code application platform with a powerful BPM tool, enabling rapid and risk-free innovation. This allows businesses to quickly adapt their applications to new requirements, ensuring they can deliver a superior personalized experience that customers and partners expect. With a user-friendly interface, Omnia supports the creation of web and mobile applications, along with responsive applications for any device, streamlining the path towards strategic agility and a composable enterprise architecture

By enabling the composition and recomposition of modular components, Omnia BPM is at the forefront of fostering innovation and adaptability in today’s fast-paced business environment.


Tony Vitale