The Covid-19 pandemic is finally waning, but it highlighted the urgency for companies to modernize their operations digitally. Even with that backdrop, many organizations have struggled to keep up with evolving technology and innovate effectively to stay ahead of the competition. This is primarily due to the scarcity of tech talent and the pressure to meet rising digital expectations.
To overcome these challenges, organizations are turning to low-code application platforms (LCAP) to simplify application development and process optimization. Nearly 80% of technology products and services will be built by non-technology professionals by 2024, according to Gartner.
Low-code development empowers individuals outside of the IT department to create and deploy applications, even if they don’t have extensive technical skills. This shift enables businesses of all sizes to digitally transform their operations and differentiate themselves in their specific market. Taking it a step further, solution providers are blending app development with application integration and API management, creating an emerging new category of low-code technology.