The no-code trend is here to stay
The no-code trend isn’t new and shiny.
It started in 1979 with VisiCalc, the ancestor of Excel.
Today, non-coders are able to generate income streams.
Back in 1989, Tim Berners-Lee invented the web.
He had no idea of the major impact this technology would produce. He made this complex and incompatible networking stuff available for everyone.
He reduced the complexity.
The success of Excel relies on its simplicity.
This is the most popular no-code software. People have been using it to drive their budgets, projects, plannings, data analysis, … Excel is filled with years of software expertise poured into a single product.
What you do for your clients is not easy.
It took you thousands of hours to master the required skills to execute your job.
You expect your clients to pay a premium for these years of hard work. I do too. But what about these prospects with a lower budget.
What if you could pour all your expertise into a Excel-like software ?
What if you didn’t have to learn anything new ?
This is why the no-code trend is here to stay.