hen someone thinks of a no-code platform, usually, what comes to our mind is website and landing page builders, process and workflow automation, and finally, marketing platforms. We have recently seen some "Data Analytics" and AI platforms using no-code, but those are few and far between. So, it is exciting to talk about a virtual business solutions platform, which is enterprise-grade, on-premises, or as well as cloud deployable, and can still define as the NoCode platform.

Jexoy is a web platform with an intelligent engine that builds business solutions virtually on the cloud and on-premises. The core of this platform, which is the smart Engine, can think, decide, and execute its decisions independently at runtime to generate virtual business solutions. It is not a visual website designer nor web app builder. Jexoy does not have any visual "drag & drop" designer, and the final output based on the intelligent Engine's understanding of provided business requirements.

Origin of Jexoy and its Founder 

Jexoy is founded by Ayman Barghouti, who is Jordanian and currently based in Izmir, Turkey. The original idea started when he was planning to build a survey management system back in 2012, Ayman got bored spending time and efforts on repeating similar pieces of codes and wanted to create something to automate the entire process. He thought that what if there is a platform that could manage the whole process without any human interaction? It would be super-efficient. He started making proof of concept (POC) in 2012, just experimenting without having a clear idea of the final product, which has now finally led to the current iteration of Jexoy.

Ayman had been working within the Middle East region in the banking and financial services industry for eight years and has led large technology projects for some of the largest banks in the ME region. He believes that there are multiple use cases for Jexoy in the Fintech space. He has imbibed the enterprise-level DevOps (including but not limited to access and data security, distributed architecture, system and data integration, and secured migration), all within the platform to make Jexoy enterprise-grade from the ground up.

Where does Jexoy fit within the no-code Ecosystem 

Jexoy is not a no-code platform for business customers to do pilots and extract data. An ideal use case is to be the underlying platform to create business solutions and run critical applications within the enterprise. Business users want ready-to-use business solutions; they do not like to take the risk of stitching multiple applications together with the possibility of failure. They need a comprehensive business solution to create products having immediate revenue generation capabilities and comply with enterprise-level requirements.

Business users will not have any real added value from experimenting with untested no-code tools. They want to see quick results that increase their productivity and revenue, and cutting costs is not the only motive when it comes to this. Usually, they are ready to invest more money if they believe in the investment results. Business users want technology platforms like Jexoy, who talk their business language and can move from business requirements to finalized solutions without having to interface with IT teams.   

The future roadmap of Jexoy 

Currently, Jexoy is open to having discussions with financial services and banking customers to build solutions within the Fintech industry. As it creates and enhances its core solution modules, it will result in the future expanding to more industries.

The future is bright for platforms like Jexoy to come and disrupt the custom solutions building space within the enterprise world. These are especially true for enterprises that rely on critical and real-time systems where failure is not an option.  

May 1, 2020

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