Why low-code and no-code can be a route through recession
During times of economic uncertainty, and recession, businesses feeling the pinch begin looking for ways to do things differently, whether that involves staffing changes, scaling back expenditure, or adjusting processes. Development, meanwhile, whether that’s software development or web development – is an essential component of most modern businesses, but having fully-fledged dedicated development resources might not be cost-effective for all organisations, particularly small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The promises made by those offering alternative low-code or no-code platforms are plenty. Lower costs, easier integration and scalability, decrease hiring pressures, and so on.
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