The benefits of no-code
The report also includes an executive interview with Jay Jamison, SVP of Strategy and Product Management. Jamison discusses the “agile for everyone” approach of the no-code movement, the difference between no-code and low-code platforms, as well as their impact on career development.
No-code platforms eliminate the barriers for less experienced or less technical employees to make contributions more quickly. We recently surveyed our users and found that more than 50% of them said they had been publicly recognized for their work on Quickbase, and more than 20% had received a promotion directly because of their work with Quickbase.
Jay Jamison says, “It’s really exciting for us because we have customers who are saying ‘I’m getting ahead in my career because of my dedication to your platform.’ That’s very inspiring to hear, but it’s also something more senior executives are looking for — ways to engage employees and find people who are committed to solving problems.
We think Quickbase users are exactly the types of engaged employees that every CEO wants. They want employees who see a problem and take action to fix it, so the company is more responsive to customers and to changes in the marketplace. Quickbase is the tool that enables this.”
Jamison continues to give real world examples of how customers use Quickbase, and discusses our focus on trust, simplicity, and power and what’s coming up in the product roadmap.
Take a look at the full interview and in-depth report with customer feedback and reviews here.