Is it important to have a low code development strategy?

We are fully committed to a low code development strategy, and it complements our custom development strategy.49%

We do not have a low code development strategy.22%

We are planning to implement a low code development strategy.22%

We don't believe we need a low code development strategy.6%


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IT Manager in Education, 501 - 1,000 employees
For a very specific inside task, a low code development strategy can be beneficial but, once you decide to expand its usage, like deploying it on the organization level, it may become a security risk.
Marketing Consultant in Retail, 2 - 10 employees
Low code is essential for businesses to test if the product is market fit. But then it will need custom development to expand the functionalities it might require in the long run.
IT Governance Consultant in Government, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Low-code development accelerates app development, increases collaboration, and lowers costs, but customization limits and security concerns require careful evaluation for business alignment.

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Easy to use unified view of data29%

Good data cleansing and transformation capabilities43%

Real-time or near real-time data integration55%

Above average automation capabilities37%

Works with all our applications and systems41%

Data governance support26%

Ability to scale and adapt to new data sources25%

Affordability of the solution16%

Potential for cost optimization11%



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