No. The tool, the utility libraries and the application are designed so that even non-developers can make basic changes, and are geared to people with only a general knowledge of Progress. The power lies in the code libraries that allow a developer to accomplish almost all of the standard tasks with little or no extra coding.
IT departments are legitimately concerned that new tools will introduce a new maintenance burden and new learning curves. We have installed TailorPro in a wide range of organizations, from those with no Progress developers to a large team of dedicated resources. The norm is a small group of developers who are already responsible for a million other tasks. We get it. Our goal is to help you leverage limited development resources for more overall than you were able to achieve before.
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