A successful mobile app is on the agenda for many companies, as mobile usage continues to rise. While it is true that Americans are spending more time online in general, mobile usage in particular is seeing exponential gains.
The average company tenure on the S&P 500 Index is on a steep decline, dropping from 33 years in 1964 to 24 years in 2016. It Is forecasted to decrease to 12 years by 2027. Why is this happening?
A recent study predicts that the low-code app development platform market will grow from $4.32 billion in 2017 to $27.73 billion by 2022. But is this new approach to coding getting more attention than it deserves? Is it just a fad that will lose steam in the coming years?