I have a love-hate relationship with statistics. Not the subject, but the way they are used (and manipulated) in today’s business world to get what you want. Just take this article
that shows examples of how misleading Covid-19 data visualization was used by the Georgia Department of Public Health to create the impression of a downward case trend.
But when you are in a new category like NoCode Tech, stats - especially forward looking ones, are important because they give you something to aim at. With that in mind, I’d like to share this article
by Cem Dilmegani
on some major predictions in the low-code / nocode space.
The top 3 NoCode-related predictions are highlighted below, but Cem’s full article is well worth checking out!
- 70% of new applications developed by organizations will use low-code or no-code technologies by 2025, up from less than 25% in 2020. (Gartner)
- The average software developer salary in 2020 was more than $100K a year in the US. Though no-code solutions don’t fully replace a developer functionally, they help developers focus on more difficult projects and they cost significantly less than hiring a new developer. (U.S. News)
- Low code/ no-code solutions have the potential to reduce the development time by 90%. (Redhat)