To drive digital transformation, CIOs must modernize their organization’s legacy systems.
Central to these efforts is transitioning away from ecosystems that are overly reliant on legacy code, which may include years—or even decades—of code built by engineers who have long since moved on.
Low-code tools may make certain modernization and management tasks more efficient, but in the long-term they will continue to expand your legacy codebase and place you further into technical debt. Low-code is still code. The only way to evolve your digital infrastructure to match the speed of today’s marketplace is to remove code altogether.