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Busting Common Myths about Low Code/No Code Platforms

Shikhar Julka | DEC 03, 2020

Businesses that are scaling rapidly with innovation and technology cannot afford to slow down. To solve business problems, technology within the organization must be functional and within reach. Over the past few years, Low Code/ No Code platforms have become an option for businesses to build applications and programs that address customer pain points. While many people may have specific knowledge for certain business problems, they may lack the coding capability to build a solution for it. But with low code no code, even less tech-savvy employees can quickly develop and build apps that fit business needs they are called as citizen developers.


What is Low Code/No Code?


Gartner defines, "A low-code application platform (LCAP) is an application platform that supports rapid application development, one-step deployment, execution and management using declarative, high-level programming abstractions, such as model-driven and metadata-based".

Gartner predicts “By 2024, 75% of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives".


According to Gartner, a citizen developer as “a user who creates new business applications for consumption by others using development and runtime environments sanctioned by corporate IT”. A visual drag-and drop approach with simplified development environment provided by Low Code/No Code applications allows these citizen developers to build apps with no prior coding experience.

How can Businesses leverage Low code/ No code?

  • By automating important procedures, using drag-and-drop to quickly create business logic and user-interface, the business can leverage Low code/ No code to reduce application development time.

  • Rapid development and deployment allow IT teams to meet business requirements and keep up with the demands of the different stakeholders.

  • With platforms offering everything from design, development, integration, testing, and deployment together, business teams and developers have more time to create and innovate.

  • With continuous increasing trends in demand for digital transformation, IT skill gaps are a major concern for businesses. Low code/no code fills the gap by empowering more business people to become developers and build and develop solutions with ease.

  • Foster faster decision making by delivering apps that your business needs with the existing workforce. Low code / no code improves developers’ productivity with options of drag-and-drop, reusable components, and more.

  • From building scalable solutions for the cloud to delivering continuous improvements with engaging and immersive experiences, the business can develop a variety of solutions without incurring high costs.

  • Low code/No code applications are agile to dynamic business and customer requirements. These applications can be used for process automation to build a strong business-IT relationship.

Forrester says, in terms of revenue the low-code market will top $21 billion in spending by 2022.


Advantages of Low code/ No code applications:

  • Drag-and-drop makes it easy for both business users as well as developers to create applications.

  • Businesses can accelerate application development with ready to use code snippets and a wide variety of open-source plugins available on the go.

  • New applications can be easily integrated with existing systems using APIs and smart integration techniques.

Principles of Low-Code Development

Low-code solves the fundamental disconnect between what business needs and what software was delivered. But like any technology, companies need to use it correctly to get value out of it. So, we defined the following principles of Low-Code Application Development to maximize business impact.

Conclusion:

As innovation and technology drive businesses forward, new opportunities will open up that require to build and scale faster. With enterprises undergoing a digital transformation, they have become more software-driven. Understanding the trends, implications with new targets to reach, and rapid scaling in mind, Low code/ No code is helping these businesses to leverage each employee in quickly building and scaling applications.

At NSEIT we are committed towards helping businesses grow using our digital-native solutions. We can help you determine a new approach to software development and help in planning a roadmap offering significant benefits. To know more about our Digital Transformation services, or drop us a mail at sales@nseit.com.

Shikhar Julka

Assistant Manager, Presales and Solutioning

Shikhar is a part of the Presales and Alliance team at NSEIT - working with senior leadership on identifying and growing the strategic alliances in digital transformation practices disrupting the Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance space. He’s an MBA from the Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, and takes a keen interest in new-age digital and analytics developments.

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