If your company, like mine, is not in the business of building and selling software applications, then having adequate staff to develop these applications presents challenges. Highly skilled software developers are in high demand, and it isn’t easy to fill those positions. Even if you find and hire developers, you may not have enough software development projects to keep a team busy. One technology solution that provides a cost-effective way to keep the project in-house — without the need to hire a developer team and produce quick results — is a category of tools known as low-code/no-code.
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