The european digital innovation hub, Digitalis is a one-stop-shop for all organizations that aim for digital excellence. Digitalis supports the digital transformation journey of manufacturing companies through several services ranging from offering technical expertise to financing advice, training & skills development.
Thanks to the support of the European commission, Digitalis can offer services to manufacturing companies at reduced rates. These organizations are required to fill in a Digital Maturity Assessment (DMA) which provides Digitalis with more insights on the current maturity of an organization and helps in tracking progress over time.
The problem here is two-fold:
Using NoCode-X we can do several things to help Digitalis with their challenges:
By adding survey specific nocode reusable components such as for example a “likert question” we turned NoCode-X into a survey engine that can be used to put together any survey in a matter of minutes.
In order to correlate the data gathered from surveys with several other datasources in the future we decided to store it in Google cloud BigQuery. Of course NoCode-X can easily integrate with BigQuery by using their awesome REST API! To make this integration even easier we have added a BigQuery plugin to our nocode Hub which citizen developers can use without the hassle of understanding BigQuery’s API.
Now it was only a matter of dragging & dropping the building blocks into place:
By leveraging our new BigQuery integration & NoCode-X s’ datavisualization possibilities. We were able to build a dashboard that can be used by Digitalis’ customers to track their progress.
Thanks to NoCode-X this dashboard was built in a matter of hours and
most importantly only exposes data to users with the correct authorization.
Gathering data from organizations about their digital maturity includes gathering insights in their cyber security, digital business strategy, human digital strategy, etc… This kind of data has to be considered as sensitive and requires sufficient security measures when dealing with it. Luckily NoCode-X has several security measures in place to protect this kind of data from being compromised. One feature we’ve used extensively during this build was the “automatic encryption” feature.
Encryption sounds hard but in NoCode-X it comes down to
flagging data as being “sensitive” and NoCode-X makes sure this data is encrypted at REST.
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