What Are the Benefits of No-Code and Low-Code?
There are many benefits to no-code and low-code development, including:
Higher productivity: No-code and low-code development eliminates barriers to innovation by making it possible to build more in less time, creating apps within days or even hours instead of weeks or months.
Business agility: Because they’re extensible, no-code and low-code development tools provide direct integrations with major vendors, turning APIs, web services, and command lines into reusable building blocks. This accelerates the time it takes to integrate and deploy new tools and technologies, enabling organizations to respond to business and employee need by creating customized apps as and when they’re needed.
Decreased costs: Building more apps in less time automatically decreases costs but no-code and low-code development decreases costs in other ways as well. This includes eliminating the need to purchase external software and helping everyone in the organization—not just IT— be more productive.
Better customer experience: With no-code and low-code development, organizations can quickly adapt to market changes or customer needs, resulting in a better customer experience.
Easy adaptation: Because no-code and low-code development don’t require complex coding, it’s possible to change apps, quickly and easily adapting them to suit new requirements, quickly and easily.
Faster transformation: No-code and low-code development speed digital transformation by eliminating complexity and making it easy to build the modern business apps a highly functioning digital workplace needs.
Less need for shadow IT: Because no-code and low-code development enable organizations to deploy new processes and applications when they’re needed, the need for shadow IT is drastically reduced.
Automate more in less time: No-code and low-code development can make it faster to automate tasks and end-to-end processes. This includes workflows that initiate based on event-triggers, templates that can be used to quickly develop new processes, and prebuilt integrations and API accessibility that make it possible to automate virtually any digital business process.
Rapid iterations: No-code and low-code development can make it possible to quickly iterate and edit existing processes, such as providing revision histories so that changes can be quickly repealed if necessary.
Enhanced network security: The use of no-code and low-code tools makes it possible to automate across various security platforms, so practitioners who lack coding experiences to quickly design workflows that meet their needs.