Citizen developers and no-code platforms are getting more popular
No-code and low-code platforms continue to grab headlines and gain momentum, but they’re not an IT silver bullet
With the emergence of low-code and no-code automation platforms, creating automated workflows by oneself has never been easier.
Encouraging citizen developers will help businesses deal with the break-neck speed at which the world is changing.
As we look to the future, does the citizen developer movement provide an answer to the digital skills gap?
Bringing in highly-skilled developers to drive new initiatives is not necessarily the answer, which is where citizen developers can play a crucial role.
Agile is now a recognised practice of iterative small improvement across the business. Think of the possibilities if automation could be applied across other parts of businesses.