Do you use a low-code/no-code tool? Which tool is it and why do you use it?

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Senior Director, Technology Solutions and Analytics in Telecommunication, 51 - 200 employees
Microsoft Power Apps - We use it because it is included in our Office 365 Subscription. However, it is more difficult to use the Appian and takes a bit of training to get used to it. 
Chief Technology Officer in Software, 51 - 200 employees
I've used Retool, and it's probably best of breed in this category as general tool. All such tools hit a limit where you want to go beyond what the tool provides and you either have to do some work under the hood that's hard to maintain, or go out and build a real app. 
Chief Technology Officer in Software, 11 - 50 employees
We always choose tools which are best fit for purpose. Power Apps is a great solution for enterprise level but i do agree with @Matthew Mullins in this thread, Retool has a pretty cool and easy to use UI

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