In this clip Harrison Goode and Oliver Sulley discuss Low-code and no-code platforms. They are valuable tools, especially for larger companies looking to streamline processes without relying on their tech teams for every task.
However, successful implementation often requires some knowledge of coding. While these platforms allow for drag-and-drop simplicity, they can encounter issues that need fixing, ideally by someone within the business.
Rather than eliminating the need for developers, these platforms empower users to handle a significant portion of initial work, but having developer support for complex problems remains crucial for efficient operations.
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