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What is low-code/no-code development? (LCNC)

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Low-code/no-code development (LCNC) is a setting for which a person or a team can easily draw from and place their applications for scheduling an app without having to do loads of coding. LCNC came to popularity because of a lack of developers’ expertise in the marketplace. With low-code/no-code development, practitioners can create efficient applications and integrations without having to rely on skilled coders or on their IT department for further action.

Low-code/no-code development—competitive edge

So, what exactly does low-code/no-code development mean in real-world terms? A low-code/no-code development offers “citizen developers” a competitive edge in the marketplace. By having this fast-track ability to drag-and-drop applications, as well as link them as one item, a citizen developer can quickly and easily create a web or mobile application.

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With so many companies working hard to keep up with their IT demands, this low-code/no-code development approach lets your enterprise meet business demands by creating solutions that rely on little or no IT supervision. Many companies have jumped on the bandwagon and have adopted this LCNC formula such as Vodafone.

According to Forbes, “by championing the citizen developer, the company was able to build a guided troubleshooting tool in just four months. The result was a staggering 75% improvement on time to market.” Impressive numbers all around!

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Innovation is the name of the game!

Low-code/no-code development also allows your enterprise to innovate more rapidly. By accelerating the ability to create off-the-shelf connections and applications, you are at an advantage to stay competitive. When you innovate faster and stronger, the end result is technology always stays ahead of the game.

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