Scopeland Software claims its new Direct Data Processing (DiDP) product enables custom applications to be created and modified without writing a line of code.
Dubbed Scopeland 2000, the universal application platform creates client/server and Web-based software applications over relational databases.
Contrary to fixed program code, DiDP is based on meta data which employs specific data properties, security and business rules and workflow processes to develop applications, the company said.
Features include multilingual display, distributed multilingual distributive capacity, user control and generally defined rights and privileges.
The application platform also doubles as a data access resource for end users, developers and administrators, Scopeland officials said. It enables code-free development for application such as:
* Operative, transaction-oriented applications,* Interactive information systems,* High-level or SQL-based data transformation systems.
"End users can gradually build and maintain customised database solutions from their own desktops without compromising the integrity of the central database," said Karsten Noack, CEO of Scopeland Software.
Scopeland 2000 is available in three formats, standard, enterprise and workstation.