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DNAMIC 2023 Predictions: The year low-code and no-code platforms grow the most since they first started


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2023 will be the year low-code and no-code platforms grow the most since they first started

By Arturo Garcia, CEO and Founder of DNAMIC

The world we currently live, has made it easy for people to quickly develop a decent understanding of technology, and how to leverage it to their advantage. That does not necessarily mean that anyone can go online and become technology savvy in just a matter of days. It just means that we can all easily become aware of the power of technologies that have been simplified for us as human beings.This is where low code, and no code applications become relevant.

There is another trend going on online that will directly impact the growth of low code no code applications, which is financial education. If you look for a financial education on the web, you can easily realize that there is a lot off free available information in the vast majority of it is aimed to make people realize of the importance of building different money income streams.

With all the success stories available out there that show how apps like Airbnb and Uber have made people millionaires, others will want to jump into those opportunities and try their luck. So low code, and no code applications pose a fantastic opportunity for those entrepreneurs that want to test the waters without having to heavily invest into technical teams, or building a huge platform for them to realize the potential of their ideas.

On the other side of the spectrum you have more and more enterprise level companies learning and taking advantage of the various low-code platforms out there that can help them simplify complex business solutions without having to hire expensive software engineers, or third-party companies specialized in building software.

In the end, in the b2b space, these low-code solutions represent a refined form of application that has been tested by other companies and I could implement in mine without going throw painful rounds of software building and bug fixing.

At DNAMIC we have witnessed for ourselves the growth of low-code / no-code platforms and how they can impact/simplify back-end development, front-end development, and even mobile development if the project is the right fit for such a solution. That is why we have been training more resources for the past two years with two intentions:

  1. Help our clients seamlessly understand if their project is a good fit for low-code / no-code.
  2. Serve those clients that are in need of such solutions.

As you can imagine by now, no, low-code/no-code platforms are not ideal for every project. But those that can benefit from the virtues of these platforms can seamlessly validate new ideas with real life users while reducing the costs associated with releasing a new software for their niche.

We foresee more and more companies and entrepreneurs in 2023 jumping on the low-code no-code bandwagon.

Low code no code (search term trend - two years)

No-code development platform (topic trend - two years)

Financial Education (search term trend - two years)





Arturo Garcia | CEO & Co-Founder

Arturo Garcia is the CEO and Co-Founder of DNAMIC, full-service nearshore outsourcing firm specializing in mobile, web development and digital transformation for clients in the US and Europe. He is passionate about creating exciting opportunities for people in the technology industry worldwide. Garcia founded DNAMIC in 2014 to implement his vision of offering a unique collaboration experience for both clients and co-contributors, bringing together the best nearshore software development teams to serve the US market.  

Prior to founding DNAMIC, Garcia served as a project management consultant where he implemented agile project management and scrum framework best practices on different companies from banking and finance to software operations in Costa Rica. He gained experience as a business relationship manager for Softek and a Test Project Manager for Citi.

Published Wednesday, December 21, 2022 7:38 AM by David Marshall
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