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Michael Williams and Erik Krogh Featured in eWeek Q&A on No-Code/Low-Code Development Platforms

July 2, 2021  | 1 min read

Michael Williams and Erik Krogh were featured in a Q&A appearing in eWeek describing no-code / low-code development platforms. The feature, which offers readers several “Data Points” to consider around a complex technology problem, describes meeting future time and cost challenges through low-code and no-code development platforms (LCDPs) like Mendix, Microsoft Power Apps, and Oracle Apex. The four points offered by Williams and Krough: define a problem space, select a tool, form an agile team and iterate on value. These four steps can get you started on your journey to reaping the benefits from implementing an LCDP, said the authors. Gartner Research projects “by 2023, over 50% of medium to large enterprises will have adopted a [low-code platform] as one of their strategic application platforms”, and there is market evidence that companies are indeed adopting LCDPs at a rapid pace. The COVID-19 pandemic creates the perfect opportunity (and urgency) to investigate the rapid application development capabilities an LCDP can offer.

The full article is available on eWeek.