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Tackling the ‘Build vs. Buy’ Dilemma With Low-Code

Join our webinar to explore:

  • The pros and cons of each approach
  • A suitable trade-off to adapt to ever-changing regulations
  • The low-code advantage and how it offers the best of both worlds
Kissflow Speaker

Sujay Patil

Regional Director, MEA


Regional Director - MEA Sujay Patil is the Regional Director for the Middle East and Africa (MEA). Sujay brings over 17 years of experience selling Enterprise Solutions in the Middle East and India. He has held senior leadership positions at leading value-add distributors such as Ingram Micro and Redington. He is especially well-versed in channel dynamics and the intricacies of partner onboarding and management. His expertise lies in developing go-to-market strategies for a broad range of IT solutions and services.

Kissflow Speaker

Mahmoud Sohby

Technical Sales Specialist


Enterprises are investing billions into large-scale digital transformation initiatives. One of the fundamental choices they have to make is deciding whether to buy solutions from the market or build them themselves.

If you choose to buy, you are usually limited by what your software provider offers regarding improvements and upgrades. If you choose to build on your own, you might end up with a homemade hastily-taped-together version or something you spend a lot of money on that also costs you an arm and a leg to make minor fixes.

Which one is the best choice for you? Or what if there is a solution that can offer the best of both worlds for you?

A proven approach to overcome the limitations of the buy vs. build dilemma is for enterprises to move towards an advanced alternative — leveraging a robust low-code platform. 

Low-code platforms give enterprises complete flexibility to tailor apps specifically for unique business needs and improve operational efficiency like never before.  

Decode the 'buy vs. build' debate from the ground up