The increasing digital transformation and rapidly changing business requirements alongside global economical and political instability are increasingly challenging corporate IT teams. A future-proof, agile and flexible IT infrastructure is essential to remain competitive. In particular, flexible and modern software solutions are the foundation for digital processes and one of the key success factors for further digitization.

In the fast-moving environment of digitization, organizations are turning to low-code to be able to develop and provide software with the required quality, speed and efficiency, even in times of tight budgets and resources. Low-code enables professional developers as well as business users without specific programming knowledge to create and adapt applications of varying complexity in order to be able to quickly and easily implement the dynamic demands from the business on software development.

KPMG conducted a large-scale survey in 2022 to assess the status of adaptation and perspective of low-code. The results of the study conducted among 715 companies in EMA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) show how significant this topic has already become. About 60 percent of the company managers surveyed rate low-code development as "critical to very critical" for the further performance of their companies, both from an operational and a strategic point of view.

But where do companies currently stand in the development of software and the use of low-code platforms, and what are their future plans? Download our latest report and discover some of the key success factors for integrating low-code platforms.

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