Miranda Nong
, March 29, 2023
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Despite navigating economic uncertainties, the tech workforce is still seeing a shortage of talent. According to the Nash Squared Digital Leadership Report (DLR), 56% of digital leaders are expecting their technology headcounts to rise, contributing to the shortage that we are already experiencing. To fill in the tech gaps – organizations are looking into helping existing ambitious employees upskill using low-code/no-code platforms. Organizations turn to low-code development technologies to fulfill growing demands for speedy application delivery and highly customized automation workflows.

This is where Microsoft Power Platform comes in – a suite of powerful tools that empowers both professional IT developers and non-IT citizen employees to achieve more by leveraging the power of low-code automation, data analysis, and application development. The platform has enterprise-standard security and works seamlessly for organizations to reach the level of digital competency and speed of delivery required for the modern agile environment. Gartner predicts that by 2026, developers outside formal IT departments will account for at least 80% of the user base for low-code development tools.

Empowered by the intuitive, flexible, and powerful features of the Power Platform, business personas and citizen developers can develop lightweight solutions to meet business unit needs for enhanced productivity, efficiency, and agility. Gone are the days where complex AI automation capabilities require a data science degree and maintenance from a full development team.

Read more on why companies leverage the Microsoft Power Platform here.

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