Low Code Movement

“The Low Code Movement” – How low code reduces your time to market

It has long been communicated that we have a critical lack of IT expertise in the world.

According to multiple reports, over half of all enterprises lack the digital skills needed for jobs in the future. Employees, but also IT departments, do not feel prepared to deal with the imminent digitalization. For a business to be able to compete in today’s digital age, one must rethink organizational processes and with that its needed software use, development, and deployment. All companies – whether it is financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing, or transportation – are about software. The physical and digital worlds of work tasks and processes are rapidly converging. You can no longer imagine a product or company that does not utilize software at its core. It is impossible to deliver needed digital solutions with quality and speed without rethinking your existing technological approach.

“The Low Code Movement,” which the analyst company Forrester coined, has become widespread among corporations as the toolsets that are easy and straightforward to use. The market for so-called low and no-code development platforms is expanding rapidly, and Forbes already calls out no code/low code as the most disruptive trend in 2021. It enables the rapid development of business applications with minimum hand-coding and minimal pre-investment in setup, training, and distribution. One of the keys to success is that it provides opportunities for visualization or modeling of applications so that you can immediately make necessary changes to solutions and products. In return, this gives one major benefit to companies – more time – which in today’s world is critical at every step and always needed. The reason for the fast spread and popularity of such app development platforms is the ever-increasing need for companies to enter the market quickly with new products. At Neptune Software, we see our customers cutting up to 80 percent of the coding. The result is lower costs which boost the bottom line of each project.

This is not a disgrace to traditional developers and IT teams. With the introduction of no-code and low code toolsets, developers can now work more structured and focus on mission-critical projects while using ready-made elements and services. They can easily launch the digital solutions needed and at the same time, speed up IT development by quickly building and deploying apps for specific business areas. This contributes to companies’ efforts of accelerating the execution of major strategic projects. IT departments don’t need to spend a long time and lots of manual effort to code an app from scratch anymore.

With the right tools, digital and mobility changes can now take place so rapidly that even large companies can turn around quickly, innovate and deliver quality digital solutions fast to the market. The result is that companies significantly reduce the time from idea to product or solution with less cost, all while delivering consumer-grade applications that employees as the end-users will not just love, but above all use.

Andreas Sulejewski

About the Author 

Andreas Grydeland Sulejewski – CEO

Global CEO and Board Member of Neptune Software with 18 years of experience in various sales and management roles within tech and software companies. A leader, entrepreneur and business development passionate enjoying the active outdoor life.

Key Takeaways


Half all enterprised say they lack the digital skills needed for the future

“The Low Code Movement” is a combination of low and no code toolsets that are easy and straightforward to use

Introducing low and no code toolsets into the enterprise allow teams to work more structured and focus on mission-critical projects

Implementing the right tools can allow even the largest companies to digitize and mobilize rapidly all while innovating and delivering solutions fast

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