Rise of Low Code and No-Code (LCNC) Due to Technology Democratization

Rise of Low Code and No-Code (LCNC) Due to Technology Democratization
Rise of Low Code and No-Code (LCNC) Due to Technology Democratization

Low code, and no code technology is expanding exponentially and is here to stay. 

Democratization of technology has led to a surge in the adoption of low-code and no-code development platforms, which fuels the gig economy. There is a tremendous paradigm shift that shifts the focus from developing to deploying and integrating applications. According to a recent report shared by Statista in 2022, expenditure on enterprise software globally was USD 755 billion, and revenue generated by low code platforms was USD 5.8 million in 2021. CIOs should consider designing and deploying robust enterprise-grade tech stacks on low code and no code technologies. Here are a few strategies that DevOps teams can consider to make the most out of low code and no code technology:

Develop a resilient workforce instead of concentrating on bridging internal talent gaps

As the gig economy flourishing due to the democratization of technology has opened a wide range of opportunities for enterprises to develop robust applications. Instead of depending on an in-house IT and operations team, they can hire gig workers to develop an enterprise-grade application in a DIY style. Enterprises should research, evaluate and interact with tech consultants to fill the void in the existing workforce. Collaborating internal resources with external consultants helps to add value to organizations’ assets and work processes. It might work for short-term goals, but enterprises need to embrace the best practices by continuing to develop on these platforms. One of the most effective ways to concentrate on establishing a competent workforce is to have a smooth collaboration between well-knowledgeable tech resources, LCNC veterans, and app developers to standardize application development strategies and determine reusable code snippets. 

Ensure seamless integration with the current tech stack

Simply developing a robust application on LCNC technology will not suffice the need. CIOs should also consider seamless integration of low-code and no-code applications with the existing tech stack to streamline the operations. Many advanced connectors will help enterprises seamlessly integrate applications with legacy and cloud tools such as CRM, ERP, and others. CIOs should consider adopting a hybrid low-code approach to ensure the apps can integrate seamlessly with most of the tools. 

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Embrace a comprehensive digital transformation approach

A few organizations prioritize front-end and customer-facing applications with a seamless UX to make immediate ROI. As a reason, they tend to neglect a streamlined interaction between front-end and back-end applications, and the gaps remain. Organizations need to embrace an end-to-end digital transformation approach to overcome potential gaps in adopting low code and no code technology to develop robust enterprise-grade applications. 

Identify opportunities to adopt low code and no code in the enterprise-grade technology stack

Organizations need to evaluate the current tech stack and find the opportunities where they can implement LCNC applications. Prioritizing the aspects where low code and no code can revolutionize the work processes will help to effectively design, implement and deploy LCNC tools efficiently. Designing and implementing low code and no code applications in the aspects that need immediate attention will help to provide momentum to adopt low code and no code. 

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Nikhil S is a Tech Journalist with OnDot Media. He is a media professional with eclectic experience in communications for various technology media brands. He brings his eye for editorial detail and keen sense of language skills to every article he writes.