Unqork’s VP of Solutions Nick Gamble discusses how technology leaders can optimize their software development process in an exclusive interview with EnterpriseTalk.
Coding is not working. Engineers and developers are barely able to maintain existing software, and spend most of their days fixing bugs and addressing security vulnerabilities. When they do find time to dedicate to building new software, code-based methods slow innovation.
“To help developers move as quickly as possible, vendors and enterprises alike will place an increased emphasis on consolidating tools and creating easy-to-use integration pathways,” says Nick Gamble, VP of Solutions at Unqork, in an interview with EnterpriseTalk.
No-code tools will become a critical investment for tech teams. Especially if Gartner’s estimate that about 70% of enterprise applications will be built with no-code or low-code tools by 2025 is accurate.
To optimize the currently lagging dev process, no-code tools will become a critical investment for tech teams. Especially if Gartner’s estimate that about 70% of enterprise applications will be built with no-code or low-code tools by 2025 is accurate. Nick sheds light on the following:
How enterprise applications and features can work faster in today’s constantly changing enterprise landscape
Ways enterprises can accelerate their application development process without sacrificing quality or creating more legacy code/systems
What steps enterprises can take to keep their employees engaged in today’s hybrid work model
Which trends he believes will soon emerge in the application development process
To learn his insights on all of the above, read the full interview here.