Enterprises are increasingly facing talent squeezes and the crisis of skills gap has already hit the market. More and more companies are now trying to bridge this gap by adopting low-code/rapid application development platforms. The result is the emergence of the next-gen developers.
"Every company is a tech company". Any enterprise that depends directly or indirectly on technology is a tech company and requires tech talent. Be it a bank, an insurance company, a healthcare organization, a software company, restaurant, retail store, a nonprofit organization or a government agency, technology today is the driving force in every facet of a business.
The emergence of application organizations and leaders who use a 'digital-first' approach is rapidly increasing. The rise of the app economy has led to complex, virtual and hybrid business ecosystems. That 4 out 5 top U.S. app companies and 89% of the software developers work outside Silicon Valley, supports the fact that business environments are no longer location-specific.
Implementing digital transformation and modernization initiatives in hybrid environments not only requires a well thought-out strategy, it also needs talented IT and software developers to build the agile technology that would support such an intricate ecosystem. Whether it is about creating web applications, mobile apps, or modernizing legacy systems, the digital opportunities to deliver business value are massive.
With the rise of the 'app economy', the demand for internal and external enterprise applications is huge. Whether enterprises are building customer applications, field service applications or line of business applications, the life of an app and the frequency of releases depends on its intended business use.
In traditional teams, at different stages in the application development life cycle requires software development professionals with specific skill sets, from UI designers, UX experts, front end developers, back end developers, database developers, mobile developers, DevOps professionals to software quality analysts. With technology being the primary enabler in modernization, the demand for IT and software developers to power this transformation is huge. And here is where the looming crisis emerges.
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