This IDC PeerScape presents three practices for the adoption of low-code platforms: expediting the delivery time of web and mobile applications using low code; investing in agile for easy scalability; and training citizen developers on low code to mitigate shadow IT. This IDC PeerScape evaluates these approaches and presents examples of organizations that have leveraged them to successfully implement low-code platforms to benefit from cost savings, scalability, convenience, and faster deployment and execution times.
"There can be no second thoughts about going digitized today. As organizations pursue their digitization initiatives, factors such as speed to market, low cost, agility, scalability, and legacy systems modernization are table stakes. Low-code development platforms not only act as overarching solutions for these issues but also ease the burden on developers by enabling business leaders handle the digital business requirements," says Deepan Pathy, senior research manager, Future of Work, IDC Asia/Pacific.