Enterprise app development is evolving at an unstoppable pace and the stakes are high for organizations that want to adapt. To meet the relentless demands of the marketplace, organizations are incorporating low-code technologies that kickstart productivity and enhance efficiency throughout the development lifecycle.

Low code allows businesses to launch innovation to new levels. Without resorting to an army of developers, low-code app development can be done in-house, with professional developers using low-code platforms and taking the reins to accelerate innovation.

According to Gartner, 75% of enterprises will use a multiexperience development platform to build digital products by 2026, up from 20% in 2021. Additionally, Gartner predicts that by 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies, up from less than 25% in 2020.

This explosive — and expected — growth in low-code adoption is powered by the need for flexible innovation that isn’t wasteful or time-consuming. The capabilities of a low-code platform such as HCL’s Volt MX makes peak productivity the norm, and expands how teams across the organization solve problems, integrate data streams, and collaborate on innovative new products.  

How low code saves time

  1. Low code saves time on debugging. In a recent study, researchers from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, found that programmers spend an average of 48% on debugging — and that they stop coding to debug about once every eight minutes.
  2. Low code accelerates app delivery, leading to significant overall savings. A global consumer goods firm needed quality mobile apps that could deliver customized experiences to consumers around the world — and needed them fast. The company used Volt MX to reach localized markets in over 30 countries, with over 50% savings in app dev costs as a result.   

App development is in a transformational phase, evolving from an opaque process handled strictly by skilled developers to one defined by accessibility and speed. With a powerful tech stack that utilizes drag-and-drop features, pre-made reusable modules and a visual interface, Volt MX reduces or eliminates altogether many time-consuming processes.

By lowering the learning curve necessary to design and deliver functional apps, low code platforms frees developers from the burden of arduous hand-coding and staying on top of every single new operating system or platform. This creates space for experienced developers to focus on higher-level system architecture, strategy, and the needs of the business. The time, experience, and skills of the entire organization are better leveraged to build more apps in less time, resulting in a productivity boost that extends throughout the enterprise.  

How to boost productivity from within the enterprise 

Leveraging developer expertise is even more crucial in the face of a growing tech talent shortage that has made hiring new developers harder and more expensive. While the reasons are plenty, as this Forbes op-ed explains, the end result is that complicated design and development projects can’t be so easily solved simply by recruiting new developers.

According to a study from Korn Ferry, a global HR company, by 2030, there will be a worldwide talent shortage of more than 85 million people. That talent shortage could result in about $8.5 trillion in unrealized annual revenues.

While some organizations may be able to hire more and more new talent to tackle future challenges, those with fully productive developers using flexible architecture and robust integration and orchestration services will be prepared for those challenges without having to rely on recruiting new waves of personnel.

Low code makes that possible.

The Volt MX platform unleashes an efficient development operation without sacrificing any data integration or security protection. Plus, the streamlined app dev process maximizes the talent you have, letting you build the applications you need the way you want to. It also allows you to deliver your goods or services as fresh solutions across the full range of devices and data environments.  

Faster, simpler, smarter

Finding a low-code platform that combines an efficient development environment and an enterprise-grade backend of services is tough. Especially when you factor in the range of other capabilities necessary in today’s competitive landscape: a cloud-native system, integration without limits, data that’s easily unlocked, accessibility across devices and channels, and governance at scale.

HCL’s Volt MX is an industry-leading low-code platform, recognized both in Gartner’s July 2021 Magic Quadrant for Multiexperience Development Platforms and in The Forrester Wave: Low-Code Development Platforms for Professional Developers, Q2 2021.

The unique blend of accessible tools and enterprise-grade backend support provide organizations with an ideal mix of modern features, putting dynamic apps into the hands of consumers, customers, employees, and partners — faster than ever.

Maximize your efficiency and productivity with a low-code platform designed for today, and built for tomorrow.

Learn more about Volt MX and start your 30-day free trial today!

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