The State of Low Code/No Code Adoption in 2022

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Low-code/no-code development is a disruptive trend that businesses can’t afford to ignore. Doing so would put the company at a competitive disadvantage in the long run.

Digital workplaces are fast adopting low-code and no-code applications as their preferred technology. In fact, according to the Expert Market Research report “Global Low-Code Development Platform Market Outlook,” the low-code development platform market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 25.26 percent from 2022 to 2027, reaching a cap of US$64.56 billion by 2026.

Businesses are becoming more productive and efficient as new technology and updates are regularly introduced into application development. Low-code development makes it easier to build flexible apps to accomplish specific objectives, whether it’s for business users to create an app themselves or for coders to streamline the development process by automating manual operations.

Addressing IT Skills Shortages

In 2022, the race to hire and retain experienced IT professionals is still fierce. With no end in sight to skills shortages, low-code/no-code technology has piqued the interest of businesses.

Low-code solutions can reduce the time and expertise required to custom-build cloud apps, whereas traditional software development often needs significant resources. Low-code enables everyone in the organization to create urgently required applications.

Strengthening education and training initiatives for current employees can help businesses retain talent. Investment in Artificial Intelligence (AI), low-code/no-code technology, and other emerging technologies can help bridge skills gaps.

Also Read: 4 Considerations for CIOs When Using Low-Code and No-Code Tools

Minimizing IT Burden

Low-code/no-code and automation solutions can ease the pressure on existing IT employees in addition to solving the skills gap. IT teams are often tasked with a wide range of tasks, which might include everything from managing Artificial (AI), Machine Learning (ML) technology and spotting security threats to upholding IT regulations and handling distributed workforces.

Low-code automation relieves IT and engineering teams from dealing with the bulk of the manual labour, allowing them to focus on the core functions of their departments and supporting the growth of the company. IT teams can focus on other tasks that generate revenue and clear innovation bottlenecks as repetitive and manual processes are automated.

Benefits of Adopting Low Code/No Code

As companies seek to expand their digital capabilities in 2022, low code/no-code platforms will help in the following areas:
  • Visual development – Easy-to-use development interfaces, such as drag-and-drop, are used by low-code platforms to allow developers and non-technical users to create applications that are best suited to their needs.
  • Speed – Not only is the development process quick and simple, but such platforms also do not necessitate a lot of infrastructure or experienced resources. With low code and no code, businesses can improve their processes and speed up product delivery. They can reduce the work load on the IT departments, and end-users who are familiar with the company’s business processes, minimizing manual internal processes.
  • Lowered expenses – Low-code platforms enable users to create more apps in less time and at a lower cost. However, this isn’t the sole factor. Low-code development decreases the need for trained developers, lowering expenses even more. Furthermore, the right low-code platform can boost productivity across the board, not just in IT.
  • Security – When it comes to software that interacts with sensitive enterprise data, security is vital. Low-code provides a strong focus on security and meets the needs of all types of businesses, regardless of hosting option.
  • User experience – The success and utility of the integration are determined by how the user interacts with the software and how relevant the results are to them. The user experience with low code/no-code platforms is simple, with custom and pre-determined templates that don’t interfere with performance or functionality.

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Prangya Pandab is an Associate Editor with OnDot Media. She is a seasoned journalist with almost seven years of experience in the business news sector. Before joining ODM, she was a journalist with CNBC-TV18 for four years. She also had a brief stint with an infrastructure finance company working for their communications and branding vertical.