Businesses are already adapting to greater demand for software. Many have turned to low-code as a solution, which is in use at 77% of organizations – and an incredible 94% of retail organizations recognize the power of popular e-commerce platforms for streamlining their business activities.
IT professionals using low-code have quickly become aware of major benefits to its use. Two out of fivelow-code users reported more collaboration, faster development, and lower costs – and that low-code projects reduce costs by 53% and are 56% faster.
As we emerge from the pandemic and its many challenges, IT professionals see low-code as the light ahead. Low-code offers more than just hope it is a tried and tested solution to ever increasing time and cost demands across the enterprise. Thus, low-code is being used in more and more fundamental areas of business activity.
It breaks software development out of the IT box, so that non-technical staff can be part of the process, which has become more necessary during the pandemic than ever. Pandemic related pressures on IT departments have already led 64% of organizations to rely on non-technical staff to help relieve that pressure particularly in manufacturing (70%) and finance (71%).