IHS Markit plans ‘low-code, no-code’ configuration for EDM platform

The vendor is working on a drag-and-drop feature as part of a wider shift towards a low-code or no-code configuration environment.


IHS Markit is planning to add a drag-and-drop user interface builder to its enterprise data management (EDM) platform as part of its efforts to build a low-code/no-code configuration environment.   

“The drag-and-drop functionality will make it possible for non-technical users to configure UI screens, user workflows, and data-quality rules themselves, rather than relying on their IT team,” says Devendra Bhudia, head of product for EDM, at IHS Markit. 

IHS Markit’s drag-and-drop add-on will not

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