Low-code tools certainly have many benefits, however, far too many organizations try to use these platforms expecting magic to occur. Why the disconnect?
The latest article written by our very own Mike Fitmzaurice on “4 Common Reasons Low-code Projects Fail”. The article has been published on InformationWeek.com.
Nowadays, many organizations have begun adopting low-code platforms in response to the assertion that their employees can create applications without having to code like a developer – in the spirit of the so-called Citizen Development approach. At the same time, 64% of IT professionals have also stared leveraging low-code as their go-to, work-around development solution.
However, while low-code tools certainly have many benefits, far too many organizations try to use them expecting magic to happen – and instead meet with mixed results or failure. Check out the latest article written by Mike Fitzmaurice and find out what are the 4 common reasons low-code projects fail.