target audience: TECH SUPPLIER  Publication date: Mar 2023 - Document type: IDC Survey Spotlight - Doc  Document number: # US49417523

An Increasing Share of Developers Are Using Low-Code/No-Code Tools for the Majority of Overall Development Activities

By:  Michele Rosen Loading


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This IDC Survey Spotlight highlights data from IDC's October 2022 U.S. DevOps Survey concerning developers' use of low-code/no-code development technologies as a share of their overall development activities. An increasing share of developers (22.5%) across all U.S. enterprises say they expect to use low-code/no-code development technologies for the majority of their overall development activities in 2023. This increased use of low code/no code, which is reported by developers in small, medium-sized, and large enterprises, is being driven by the need to increase developer productivity and velocity, to automate workflows, and to improve customer experiences.


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