Low-code tools can fill a void caused by the Great Resignation

Low-code development platforms have seen tremendous uptake since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and arrival of the Great Resignation, where droves of workers left their jobs for greener pastures.

The dearth of workers includes software developers, the absence of which has left organizations scrambling to find trained software professionals who can help facilitate business process transformation.

A January survey by research firm IDC of 380 enterprises showed 48.6% of respondents are purchasing low-code or no-code platforms to move innovation in-house. The second-largest reason for purchasing the software tools (39.3%) was “pandemic-related needs.”

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