As retailers enter the second half of a highly challenging year of inflation, tightening monetary policies, and resource shortages, many are looking for ways to be more competitive and differentiate their sales and services. Innovation is crucial, but can be out of reach without the proper resources and IT experts on hand to make it possible.
Turning to Low-Code Technologies
Because of this, many retailers are turning to low-code programming tools to adapt legacy systems, innovate faster, and pivot quickly to meet a rapidly changing customer landscape. Software developers are in high demand and short supply, and low-code technologies enable companies to create applications without dedicated developer resources.