Article written by Kyle Alspach, Senior Technical Editor at CRN.
For managed services providers, building low-code/no-code applications for customers is a huge opportunity for business growth and differentiation, since few MSPs are currently providing this service, according to the CEO of a managed services provider that’s active in the space.
Zac Paulson, CEO of Fargo, N.D.-based TrueIT, said Tuesday that low-code/no-code is often also a service that can be delivered with existing staff—which means it won’t require hiring scarce developer talent.
Low-code/no-code —which offers a visual approach to app development, often using drag-and-drop methods—is a great fit for creating internal apps that are used by customers to support their business, Paulson said during a session at NexGen+ 2021. The conference is hosted by CRN parent The Channel Company this week in Anaheim, Calif.
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