If the last year has taught organizations anything, it’s the need to stay agile to adapt to constantly changing business needs. As just about every aspect of our lives has shifted online, organizations have had to pivot quickly to ensure their employees have what they need to remain productive and their customers continue to enjoy a high-quality user experience.
The pace of competition, however, is proving to be too much for some development environments as they strive to keep up with demand. Low-code and no-code solutions have moved the practice of citizen development beyond ancillary or hobby status and helped many organizations meet and get ahead of business needs. This topic spotlight takes a look at the evolution of low-code and no-code in organizations as a valuable tool in enabling organizations to thrive in today’s business environment.