We’re witnessing a historic shift in the way we work, from the tools we use to how we learn. A change in the technology landscape is providing massive opportunity for anyone with an idea. The evolution of no-code software is bringing us into the next big technical revolution.

You may not understand no-code by the name alone, but chances are you’re already using tools and tech based around its concept. In the last year, many businesses have realized they can no longer function on the systems, processes, and tools they’ve always relied on. 

Many businesses can no longer function on the systems and processes they've always relied on.

Working through a worldwide pandemic has shown us how quickly technology can help us reimagine how work gets done. From eliminating physical interactions and paper to transitioning to virtual meetings and events, the digital transformation we all knew was coming arrived well before many were ready to welcome it. No-code software tools, apps, and platforms made it possible for organizations across industries and countries to keep up with the need for warp-speed digitization and innovation.

And now, no-code is ushering in a brand new economy by creating new companies, communities, education systems, and jobs built entirely on or around no-code software and the non-technical business user. 
So what is no-code? How can it transform your world of work? This report will dive into the past, present, and future of no-code and the new no-code economy. We’ll show how this technology is enabling organizations, workers, and entrepreneurs to reimagine how they do everything, from completing daily tasks to building brand new systems and processes—all without needing to know a single line of code. 

“No-code is creating a new revolution in tech (and the world) because it's giving the power of software development to the masses. It's no longer the small percentage of the world that can code that can develop their idea. Now anyone with an internet connection can build software. Think of all the ideas and solutions we're missing because it's been inaccessible to develop software.”

Lacey Kesler
Head of Education at Adalo and Founder of Women in No-Code
Each section will highlight proprietary data from our 2021 No-Code Economy Survey. We surveyed 1,000 workers across various industries, job levels, and company sizes to gather comprehensive data on the understanding, usage, and growth of no-code. External sources and data points are included throughout the report to further define and explain the no-code economy.

No-code tools are not a fad or trend; they’re here to stay. Discover why they are quickly becoming a requirement in this digital-first world and how you can be part of the no-code movement.

What is No-Code?