No-Code technology and No-Code tools are getting more and more visibility as time passes. That 's amazing! Most people are getting to know this movement and this approach to software development from some of its most popular perks: the possibility to prototype very quickly, to build software without spending a fortune, or to create MVPs. The issue, however, is that a lot of people might think that that’s all there is to it. And the truth is very far from that.
While prototyping and MVP building have served as an amazing showcase of No-Code, there is also a side of it that speaks to more established, larger and complex business models. There are huge enterprises and corporations that are using No-Code tools every day, and today I want to show you five of them, to help broaden the spectrum of what No-Code is and what No-Code can be.
With the help of software like Retool, companies such as DoorDash can have internal tools made very efficiently and without having to compromise other important work that may have to do with clients or end-users.
Investing in internal tools used to be a difficult and polarizing trade-off; Retool helped us to shift that paradigm by making tools a quick and painless part of any project, saving us countless hours of operator and engineering time.
Director of Engineering at DoorDash
When a “problematic application” became an issue for Liberty Mutual in Colombia, the organization hired Unqork to fix the problem. Since then, the No-Code tool has been part of more than 20 different areas of Liberty Mutual, both in and out of the U.S.
James McGlennon, Liberty Mutual’s CIO, says Unqork has proven “a minimum of three times faster and three times less expensive” than using more traditional methods to develop and maintain applications. - Forbes
Stacker also plays a big role in the No-Code custom software development circles. It can bring data from multiple sources, automate tasks with custom buttons, and allow role-based access control. Huge companies are using it right now, from Audible and Adobe, to Segment.
"Stacker was a no-brainer solution to fit on top of the existing data in our spreadsheets. It let us build and launch this new app ourselves, which would've taken much more time any other way."
Head of Startup Program, Segment
Airtable is probably one of the most popular No-Code tools, as more than 200,000 organizations of all industries have created applications using their platforms to improve their workflows and get better results in their businesses. One of them is A+E Networks.
“Airtable revolutionized the timeline for creating new tools, which we can use to manage everything we do across the spectrum of marketing.”
Senior Production Manager, 360 Marketing
Some companies might need more than visual or written software and might have to go for a voice app. That was the case for Spotify, and the organization found its No-Code partner on Voiceflow. This platform allows you to create voice and chat assistants without having to code and with the ability to maintain a very layered and intuitive conversation.
"With Voiceflow we were able to quickly prototype real, personalized, user experiences that would have otherwise required our engineers to build them into production code."
Design Manager, Spotify