In this modern, constantly evolving business climate, low-code is presenting new opportunities for innovation and agility in current industry environments. With low-code taking over app-development processes and automation handling back-office processes, it seems to people that the newer technology is snatching away jobs from people. But this could not be farther from the truth.
By 2024, low-code is set to be responsible for almost 65% of all application development. But this only means that new job profiles will emerge with the surge in low-code. Low-code platforms allow users to create application software using graphics and visualization tools instead of writing complicated code lines. So in the coming future, the work will focus less on completing repetitive tasks and more on creative problem-solving and innovation. Read more