Research indicates organizations are spending nearly as much time addressing technical debt (28%) compared to running operations (38%) and building new capabilities (33%).
Why Low Code for addressing technical debt?
With the surmounting pressure to constantly deliver projects and the lack of skilled resources in the backdrop, business leaders are facing challenges like modernizing legacy systems, automation, reducing IT dependency, and future-proofs IT landscape.
Quick fixes for these challenges often incur additional or recurring costs with an exhaustive reworking software lifecycle. Over time, cultivating and managing these quick fixes or short-term solutions can also result in technical debt. It is vital to eliminate these technical debts while upgrading to match enterprises’ needs and stay competitive.
Low-code platforms are here to rescue enterprises from technical debt – both existing debt and the risk of creating new sources of technical debt. They help eliminate manual coding, trim the development cycle, accelerate the deployment process, and shorten the time & effort to business outcomes.
Conversely, companies like IBM say that 80% of respondents partner with citizen developers to achieve their digital transformation goals.
Here are Five reasons architects should embrace low code.
Almost every business has some amount of technical debt. Therefore, realizing, recognizing, and removing it before it has a corrosive effect on the peers in a robust low-code automation platform is crucial. Are you looking to eliminate technical debt? In this ebook, we have covered some easy yet efficient getting you started with addressing tech debt with low code platforms like Microsoft Power Platform.