Advanced analytics ripe for no-code, low-code tools to enter the field

Jo predicts we will see a rise in no-code or low-code tools in the analytics space, but some barriers to scale remain.


Last year, my colleague Rebecca Natale wrote a great article on the “no-code movement,” which its supporters are saying has the potential to democratize software development. No longer do you have to be an expert coder to build software, even full-stack apps or enterprise platforms; low- or no-code providers supply tools with which any user can build software visually, dragging and dropping pre-figured components and widgets into their apps. Genesis, a start-up on the roster of specialist VC

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