According to Gartner, over 50 percent of medium-to-large enterprises will adopt low or no-code platforms as part of their overall IT strategy by 2023. Low-code platforms are increasingly popular because they help organizations to deliver capabilities faster, reduce reliance and pressure on the workforce and are simpler to understand.
We look at the benefits of low code app development for businesses with research from ServiceNow
Damien Tournoud CTO at Platform.sh, explains why the predetermined “train tracks” of low code will never replace the developer’s need to go offroad with high code.
Tony Lysak, Founder and CEO, The Software Institute, looks at the role of low code and its potential to bridge the mounting digital skills gap.
Craig Stewart, CTO at SnapLogic, explores the value of low code for business.
Chaitanya (Chai) Rajebahadur, Executive Vice President and Head of Europe for Zensar Technologies, a leading experience, engineering and technology solutions company, discusses the advantages and disadvantages and how to use them to solve key challenges.
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