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Debunking the Top 10 Low-Code Myths

Despite the growing popularity and proven benefits of low-code development platforms, several organizations have been hesitant to embrace this transformative technology. In this article, we delve into the top 10 reasons why you may have not yet adopted Low-code, and why now is the opportune moment to do so.

Myth 1: Low-Code can be leveraged only for simple, non-core business applications.

Reality: Enterprises and developers confuse Low-Code with No-Code tools and consider that the former can be used only for crafting simple, non-core business applications. There exist thousands of customers globally and hundreds in India that have leveraged Low-Code platforms for complex and core business applications, including core banking, insurance policy administration, health data management, and others.

Myth 2: Enterprise-grade scale is not achievable through Low-Code.

Myth 3: Low-Code tools are meant to be developed by “Citizen Developers” only.

Myth 4: Low-Code does not require technical skills.

Myth 5: There is career progression for professional developers in the Low-Code world.

Myth 6: We can only use Low-Code tools for internal business applications.

Myth 7: Low-Code is not secure.

Myth 8: Low-Code Vendors own Application IP: This is case of IP Infringement.

Myth 9: This is a cloud/SaaS model, and cannot be readily used by enterprises working in regulated industries.

Myth 10: We have to account for Low-Code spending as “Opex”- we need to show this spend as “Capex.

Fret not about the myths- The time to Adopt Low-Code for Innovation is NOW!

By overcoming the barriers outlined in this article and embracing the transformative potential of low-code, businesses can position themselves for success, drive greater efficiency, and unlock new avenues for growth.

It's time to seize the opportunity and embark on the journey towards embracing low-code as a cornerstone of your development strategy. The future of your business awaits, and with low-code, the possibilities are limitless.


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