Mastercard invests in No-Code. Retool reaches (almost) $1 billion valuation.
No-code/low-code application development uses a visual team-based approach that involves non-programmers in application or software development. No-code applications can develop automation software that can handle repetitive or low-touch tasks such as queries and customer notifications.
Major tech players including Siemens, Microsoft, Oracle, Appian, Google and Salesforce all offer no-code or low-code tools.
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No-Code Automation in the News
Low-code enterprise app maker startup Retool raises $50M on $925M valuation. Stop wrestling with UI libraries, hacking together data sources, and figuring out access controls. Start shipping apps that move your business forward.
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