One reason for the growth of no-code is failure of corporate IT groups to meet user needs. In fact, 62% of C-suite executives in this Experian study said a non-agile data processes hindered their response to the pandemic. No-code fans will be pleased that user friendly tools were their top solution (35%), although they were followed closely by more conventional approaches including agile development (32%), hiring more staff (32%), and data ops (27%).
You might expect IT professionals to be the most aware of pandemic-driven data demands, but just 53% in this survey from Red Hat and Starburst said data access became more critical last year. They did feel a need for speed: respondents said 60% of decisions require data access in under one minute and 39% require access in under one second. No mention here of no-code but lots on how hard it is to build data pipelines, which doesn’t seem like a job for amateurs.
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