Helastel’s Intelastel delivers an autonomous software development platform

Helastel, has launched Intelastel, a no code application development platform on a pathway to AI functionality and Autonomous Software development.

Intelastel is a fundamental reimagining of the traditional time-consuming and highly skilled software coding process, allowing business users without a developer skillset to compose and configure sophisticated business applications. A visual interface uses drag and drop tooling and form fills to enable complex application creation without the need for specialist coding knowledge. Additionally, changes can be deployed in real time, so instead of static sign-off points, business users can revise, review and update applications as they go.

Intelastel’s roadmapped Autonomous Software technology will accelerate the application-building process via Data and Application Consciousness. Within the product build process, Data Consciousness will enable the platform to understand the data linked into the system, and intelligently suggest logical entry types during the build process, shortcutting manual configuration. 

Within product use, Intelastel’s upcoming Application Consciousness will identify how data is linked and processed within the application and make suggestions based on the problems users need to solve. And using its simple no code configuration, making changes to the system will be easy, implemented without professional developer input. 

 Multi-sector growth picture for citizen developers
As a fully configurable application, Intelastel is versatile enough to adapt to any sector. Able to integrate with hundreds of applications and online services, the platform can pull through from existing sources to pool disparate data into one clear and concise view.

 Demand for digital skills is now greater than ever, there is an ever-growing technology skills gap, and software developers are increasingly hard to source. This is a challenge for smaller companies or startups as they typically have less budget to entice this in-demand workforce. As a no code application creation platform, Intelastel addresses this by offering an alternative method of software development for SMEs. This trend of software development democratisation is proliferating. As per Gartner 2021 research, it is estimated that, “By 2023, the number of active citizen developers at large enterprises will be at least four times the number of professional developers.” 

According to a Gartner report titled ‘How to Define and Guide Citizen Development Practices’, author and Gartner analyst Jason Wong said: “Business units increasingly control their own application development efforts, of which citizen developers are playing a crucial role. Application and software engineering leaders must help define and guide citizen development to maximize mutual benefits for business and IT.” 

 Iouri Prokhorov, Chief Executive Officer at Helastel, said: “Software application development is currently completely reliant on humans, but this simply isn’t sustainable. The demand for delivery on digital projects outweighs the developers skilled enough to provide the service. Digital runs through everything we do, which has been highlighted by the boost in digital transformation throughout the pandemic, so this issue will only grow. An automated solution is the only way to cope with the demand.

 “Automation is starting to be used in some capacity in most industries, but we believe we will be the first to deliver an AI supported and completely automated software development solution.”

 Construction industry breaks ground with first Intelastel deployment
Illeso recently partnered with Helastel to create the Illeso Health and Safety Compliance Application, powered by Intelastel, for the construction market. The pioneering application fully digitises the current paper-based health and safety process within the sector, moving documentation onto the cloud to enable secure on-demand online access from web browser or mobile, effortless filing, archiving and retrieval, and significant reductions in admin time. 

The application also allows the industry to share health and safety documentation across development sites – for instance in the case of operatives moving jobs – helping reduce form filling and improve efficiency across the industry as a whole.

 By moving the process of evidencing Health and Safety online, sites should see improvements in productivity thanks to efficiency savings, better site compliance and reduced risk of litigation thanks to reduced administration errors, and ultimately reduced risk of health and safety incidents. 

 David Hunt, Director at Illeso sad: “Health and safety compliance is becoming more complex. Issues with compliance can often impact project timelines and can result in penalties for non-compliance. Our mission is for Illeso to become the gold standard for health and safety compliance, and we believe we have achieved that with the support of our partner Helastel and their product Intelastel. We’re pleased that due to Helastel’s support with the project, Illeso is a 100% paperless app, which can be used across multiple sites.

 “Our driver at Illeso is in creating a community and Intelastel has enabled this. As a new company, I don’t have a digital team, so being able to create and update my application myself is key to my operation. The great thing about Intelastel is that due to the no code nature of the platform we can adapt to any market quickly, meaning that if we see a use case for Illeso outside of construction, we can explore expanding our offering, supporting our growth as a business.”

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