Most agree that the need for no code and low code development came about because of the business community's need to develop products at a faster pace to meet surging demands. As well as an apparent increase in competition, which created additional pressure to get products to the market before a host of other companies could exhaust new opportunities. And it is by reinventing these traditional methods of developing businesses and products that are being revolutionized by the B2B industry of companies who are making these tools more accessible, more affordable, and easier to use.
It is a no-code and low-code industry that, Forbes predicted, would've realized a 23% expansion in early 2021 alone due to the COVID 19 pandemic and the move of the labor market into remote settings.
This is when remote workers began consuming these types of tools and defining themselves as they found it necessary to implement a multitude of functions, such as online work environments, enhanced customer and employee experiences, and other function-specific tools - that could be quickly developed, while also boosting a company’s operational efficiency.