How Low-Code Correlates to Success
The Harvard Business Review Analytics Services research did more than just take a pulse of business leader’s sentiments in this era of uncertainty. To go a step further, respondents’ organizations were categorized as transformation leaders, followers, or laggards. The former is defined by those who rated their digital transformation efforts as “very effective” in the period before and following the COVID-19 outbreak and comprised of 27% of all people surveyed.
Of this group of leaders, almost three quarters (73%) capitalize on the benefits of low-code development, which is 20% and 33% higher than followers and laggards, respectively. This indicates that low code was an essential contributor to many organizations’ digital transformation success. But the correlation doesn’t end there – 70% of leaders say that their organizations have increased agility associated with operations and business workflows. This apparent connection between low-code, digital transformation success, and reaching operational agility goals is becoming increasingly hard to ignore.