Low code and no-code solutions are filling gaps that IT professionals are now too busy to fill.
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Both citizen and professional developers will have a wealth of low-code and no-code solutions available to them.
The low-code and no-code movement is part of an increasing democratization of programming -- borne of extreme necessity.
There is a lot that analytics and AI-based applications can do to clear up supply chains, which have been rocked by pandemics and after-effects, never mind run-of-the-mill shipping challenges.
The jury is still out on whether low and no code platforms can blaze a path to high-end application development -- at least not yet.