If you’re in charge of IT for an organization, you know how many requests come to your department. Whether it’s a new implementation or fixing errors in existing applications, there’s bound to be a lot of backlogs that take weeks or months to finish.

And by the time you finish those, more requests are already in the queue. It’s a never-ending, vicious cycle.

But there’s got to be a way to break that cycle. There’s got to be a way that you and your department can get a handle on all of these requests.

Enter no-code development. You’ve probably heard this term being thrown around, and it sounds promising. But does it really make that much of a difference? Can it really make life smoother for you and your department staff?

What is No-Code Development?

A no-code platform is a development platform that uses a visual development environment to allow layman users to create apps, through methods such as drag-and-drop, adding application components to create a complete application. With no-code, users don’t need prior coding knowledge to create apps.

It sounds too good to be true. Non-technical business users creating their own full-fledged applications! Nice marketing, but it doesn’t work in reality, right? You need talented coders to create something even close to a usable application.

But low-code is not just real; it’s happening. It’s changing the industry as we speak, and that’s what’s leading to all the attention.

Are these benefits real? Is it worth the investment? Do you have to go through arduous hours of training other departments Will it really help you and your department?
Was this article helpful?
Thank you!