Why The Future Is No-Code
There is no doubt that enterprise software development has become more challenging. With increasing pressure for more compliant tools in highly regulated industries, budget cuts, lack of the appropriate staff, changing requirements and increased pressure for faster deployment, IT teams are working around the clock yet still unable to keep up with the workload.
Furthermore, as modern technologies emerge, the management of legacy systems is becoming time consuming and more costly than the no-code alternative.
It is important to note that traditional coding practices are not going anywhere and will be needed for more complex integrations, but with business users increasing ten-fold compared to developers, IT teams can leverage no-code to build low complexity applications within minutes instead of weeks and focus on mission critical projects instead.