Low-code platform BRIX

Low-code for enterprise-grade app

The low-code concept helps shrink the tedious path from origination of a business need to a ready-to-use solution. An analyst does not have to bother themselves composing an SOW for the IT department and waiting for the developer to execute it. BRIX empowers the analyst with a tool where they can create functioning applications using a visual editor.

This is a game-changing approach. The legacy cycle Analysis — SOW — Development — Improvements — Startup — SOW Rework — Improvements — Implementing Improvements turns into a faster and more efficient cycle Analysis — Creating a Solution — Stage-by-Stage Startup — Continuous Improvement.

Low code data editor

Configure the data structure without coding. Add new fields to user applications using the built-in low-code tools.

Enjoy the visual editor where all data types are arranged in a user-friendly manner and have easy-to-understand names.

Users can customize how fields are displayed, make them required, and set them editable or uneditable.


Create interfaces in a low-code designer

Design interfaces of any complexity with a graphic editor. Use drag-and-drop to configure task, app, and page forms.

Group data by tab or column, add dropdown panels, tables, counters, and other ready-to-use elements. Interfaces will look great both on desktops and mobile devices.

Fast concept-to-product track

Forms created with the low-code designer start working and displaying data right away. You do not have to restart the system to get the interface going. The journey between the idea and the release only takes a few steps.


Rich library of standard widgets

BRIX offers a large library of standard widgets that cover the most common data visualization tasks. Analysts can create reports, charts, dashboards, and tables to display data in a comprehensive and convenient form.

Set up advanced components based on the standard widgets, so you can use them over and over again. All this simplifies the workflow and boosts interface design.


Adaptive design

No need to invest more effort to create a handy interface for mobile users.

adaptive design

Forms, apps, and pages created with BRIX are adaptive by default, which helps them look good and operate flawlessly both on desktops and smartphones. The logic that the low-code designer is based on is fully mobile compatible, so the user can work in the system both in and out of the office.

Customizable reports and dashboards

Configure custom charts, reports, and dashboards to manage your company in real time. Choose the way of displaying data and get an analytical report for a specific period using any data stored in BRIX.

Compiling a report does not require engaging IT specialists. With an intuitive interface, you can see what a report will look like while designing it.



BRIX is powered by a high-performance BPM engine that allows digitizing the company’s workflow in the graphic editor. Process charts are created based on BPM 2.0 notation, which makes them understandable to regular users. Business analysts can describe a process execution consequence, configure operations, task forms, set transition rules — all without involving developers.


Data security

Create your own access control model using BRIX flexible settings. Manage data access on the directory and entry levels.

Restrict read, create, edit, and delete rights depending on the role or title. Provide or restrict access of selected users or groups to specific information. This variety of options helps ensure maximum security and data integrity.



The public API allows for even the most complex scenarios of interacting with third-party services. When using the system’s objects, you get access to data required for composing a query. You can check and adjust your query at any time.

Built-in development environment

Enrich the system capabilities using BRIX built-in development environment. Introduce scripts and integrations, adjust interfaces, add complex calculations to your forms. Save the functions you create to use them when configuring other interface elements or business processes. Code completion, hints, and syntax checker will make your work easier.


Low‑code FAQs

What is a Low‑code platform?

Low-code is a technology for developing digital products that provides you with a strong competitive advantage. It significantly shortens the solution’s time-to-market, allowing the business users to configure the logic, with no coding experience required.

Low-code platforms are based on the drag-and-drop functionality for app development. They help model, execute, and control business processes without technical knowledge. You would need to engage programmers only for complex features, if needed.

What is the difference between Low Code and No code?

Low code and No code are often mentioned together, but the name alone shows their difference: the ability to use code.

No-code platforms feature ready-to-use samples and libraries of pre-built visual elements. However, you are limited by what the vendor included, and cannot build a really unique solution, because that would require coding. Low-code platforms, on the other hand, have no such limits. They also feature ready-to-use blocks and templates, yet allow you to hand-code whatever you feel is necessary. This makes Low-code way more resourceful and flexible.

How is Low-code used in BPM systems?

The synergy of the Low-code technology and the BPM engine provides extraordinary flexibility and helps users with no technical background model, automate and improve business processes using the simple visual tools.

Where do I start with Low‑code development?

With Low-code, the business users are able to see the overall picture without having to dig deep into the technical details. Defining the business requirements takes less time, and you can come up with a working prototype of your solutions in just a few day. This is a game-changing approach and it shortens the development cycle to Analysis — Creating a Solution — Stage-by-Stage Startup — Continuous Improvement. There is no need for the SOW, Development and Rework stages.

Why does business need Low‑code?

Low-code platforms are designed for business users, they make is possible to develop solutions with no coding experience. Business employees can quickly improve the processes allowing companies to react to new market trends and conditions, and satisfy customer requests in no time.

How do I develop apps without writing code?

The visual drag-and-drop designer and a large catalogue of pre-configured widgets allow you to build app interfaces and define the logic without programming. Also, if you need to add more complex and unique features, you can write your own code in the built-in code editor.

How is Low-code used in CRM systems?

With Low-code you can build apps for sales, marketing and customer service, and customize them to fit the way your company works, providing the business users with the necessary tools. A Low-code platform will serve as a shared environment for organizing the sales process, connecting sales and production, setting up customer service procedures and much more.