No-code has hit the mainstream
IT leaders are currently facing increasing challenges around enterprise application delivery. The growing requirement for software development professionals has already resulted in a resources shortage of 40M workers worldwide and forecasts a deficit of 85.2M by 2030 according to US labor statistics. This is impacting the ability to deliver increasing levels of business automation rapidly and reliably.
Gartner predicts that by 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies. The impact of this will see in-house teams building solutions with no coding background and see the implementation of low-code or no-code solutions become standard in the next few years.
No-code technology solutions will enable non-technical individuals to create technology faster and easier, and without prior knowledge of programming.
However, if you haven't heard of no-code, you're not alone.
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