By Kintone Team

2. The Low-Code/No-Code Revolution is About Empowering Users

Contrary to popular belief, the low-code/no-code does not mean putting developers out of work. Rather, it’s about taking the grunt work off their plate so they can focus on more mission critical tasks and innovation of the business rather than spending precious time building and maintaining database apps that could be created in minutes with a platform like Kintone.

Jason Bloomberg, President of Intellyx and author of The Agile Architecture Revolution, emphasized this point above all else during his presentation “Making Sense of the Low-Code, No-Code Revolution.” It also allows business users to leverage tooling environments for a range of apps which they can now make on their own, whenever they want to, in a shorter amount of time. No handing it off to the DevOps team, which is a win-win for the whole organization.

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