US leads for now
also took a closer look at which countries and regions have already adopted low code to discover that four-fifths of US organizations have done so compared to 75 percent in China and 74 percent in Europe.
However, 90 percent of Chinese IT pros are eagerly embracing low code which suggests that China could soon overtake the US as the global low code leader.
In fact, the Chinese are also the most likely to consider low code to be a trend they can’t afford to miss (84% vs 72% globally).
In the US, the greatest barrier to low code adoption is being tied to legacy systems
that are still running core and mission-critical workloads.
US organizations that are not yet using low code also suggested that other barriers include reluctance from IT decision makers (28% vs 19% globally) and reluctance from business decision makers (25% vs 18% globally).