At this point, no-code will have become an integral part of the organization, with a C-level sponsor overseeing it. The no-code provider or SI may provide some guidance or resources, but engagement should diminish over several months.
At this point, companies can take advantage of a new workforce paradigm that will allow them to apply resources more judiciously. Experienced tech professionals can be completely freed from high-volume (but not necessarily high-value) development tasks. They can spend time building sophisticated value-additive solutions, while newer no-code literate resources—or even no-code-trained business users—can address small iterative changes and updates.