Global Low Code Development Market to Be Valued At US$ 14 Bn by the End of 2022: Fact.MR Study

According to Fact.MR, the global low code development market will grow at a 29.5% CAGR from 2022 to 2032, reaching US$ 187 billion by the end of the forecast period. With minimal code development technology taking the lead, the software and application development sector is on the edge of disruption.   The demand for low-code development solutions has historically increased at a CAGR of 25% from 2017 to 2021. The need to react quickly has made digital solutions less effective, which has sped up the adoption of no code and minimal code. Platforms for low-code development have made it possible for businesses of all sizes to produce applications to the standard set by the industry.   For More Insights into the Market, Request a Sample of This Report:   Report Attributes Values Anticipated Market Value in 2022 US$ 14 Bn Forecasted Market Value in 2032 US$ 187 Bn Global Growth Rate (2022-2032) 29.5% CAGR Market Share of U.S 65% Revenue Share of China 60%   Low code development platforms have gained popularity because to their reduced costs and shorter development times; this will accelerate the business revolution, which will have a roughly 50% positive impact on growth. The excitement surrounding digital acceleration, which has increased the need for quicker and more collaborative development, is expressed by 58% of IT workers in their organisations.   Important conclusions from the market study ?         By the end of 2022, the global market for low-code development will be worth US$14 billion. ?         Low-code platforms for mobile applications are expected to produce value of about US$ 935 million. ?         Predictive analytics and business intelligence will grow at a staggering 20% CAGR. ?         U.S. SMEs will use more than 50% of low-code development platforms, making it the most lucrative market with a 65% revenue share. ?         China might be a cash cow, producing almost 3/5 of the world's low code development revenue.   Request More Information about Report Methodology:   Competitive Environment Strategic partnerships help businesses meet consumer demand, boost production, and improve sales and market share. End customers will be able to take use of new technologies thanks to new products and technologies.   ?         The CIO of Quickbase talks about a low-code roadmap and the purchase of MCF Tech in January 2022. The business is eager to broaden its product offerings and do so in response to market demand. With the world accelerating the development of infrastructure, this acquisition will assist Quickbase in speeding up some of the more complicated projects.   ?         The data and AI company Databricks just announced the acquisition of 8080 Labs, a German start-up with cutting-edge technology, in October 2021. Bamboolib is a well-known user interface (UI)-based data science tool from 8080 Labs that makes it simple and quick to explore and modify data with just a few clicks and no coding necessary. Additionally, Databricks' Lakehouse Platform will incorporate UI-driven capabilities, launching Databricks into the low-code/no-code space.   Prominent Low Code Development Service Providers ?         Mendix ?         Salesforce ?         Microsoft ?         Appian ?         Pega ?         Zoho ?         ServiceNow ?         OutSystems ?         Oracle ?         Kintonne ?         Quick Base ?         Betty Blocks ?         TrackVia ?         NewGen ?         AuraQuantic ?         Creatio   For In-Depth Competitive Analysis, Buy now:   Key Segments Covered in Low Code Development By Deployment Cloud Private Public Hybrid On-premise   By Type General Purpose Platform Database Application Platform Mobile Application Platform Process Application Platform Request Handling Platform Others   By Application Type Collaboration Site Electronics Forms Business Intelligence & Analytics Business Rules Management Predictive Analysis Other Application   By Enterprise Small & Medium Enterprise (SMEs) Large Enterprise   By Use Case IT & Telecommunication BFSI Retail & E-commerce Education Manufacturing Healthcare Government Defense Others

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