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Low-code and no-code: A marked movement for digital platform development

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From being used to migrate and eliminate existing shadow IT applications to short-term projects to operational reporting and self-service applications, we see a marked movement toward enterprise-grade applications that perform complex functions. This paper captures the key trends Infosys sees across the low-code and no-code platforms.

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