The Disruptive No-Code Generation

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The Disruptive No-Code Generation

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When millennials first hit the job market fifteen years ago, much was made about the digital divide. The younger generation, aka digital natives, came with computer literacy that digital immigrants (older generations) had no experience with. It’s not surprising that the divide has grown. As Generation Z enters the workforce, related shifts in the sand help understand the rise of no-code culture and why it creates disruption and opportunity.

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Ten years ago, the number of US students taking the Computer Science AP test was roughly 20,000 students. By 2020, this figure had more than tripled; over 70,000 high school students now take the Computer Science AP Exam. At the same time, Computer Science has emerged as a popular and competitive major at universities. Growing demand, larger departments, and mainstream acceptance. “Tech geek” was once a term of derision; in 2021 it’s often a compliment.

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Even among laymen, immersion in a tech-based world means young people are accustomed to harnessing computing power across everyday activities. They have tinkered with tools. They know how to make a pivot table. Just getting through grade school required them to think in terms of inputs and outputs. Generation Z knows no world without constant connectivity, immediacy in sharing, and flexibility across platforms. In short, the 2nd-tier digital natives are here and they welcome market disruption.

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Market disruptions happen when technological advances reconfigure the economics across an industry. The classic example of market disruption is ridesharing companies like Lyft and Uber: smartphone-based apps run circles around the legacy taxi system, with their human dispatchers, CB radios, and expensive fleets of vehicles. For years, rideshare market disruption dominated headlines: strikes, countries banning rideshare, taxi companies going out of business. One hundred years earlier, the same phenomenon happened between cars and horses. Livery stables were once bustling centers and hubs for travelers in every town; the stable owners felt the same way about the automobile. For them, cars were disruptive.

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No-code technology is proving to be disruptive by changing the cost-structure and time investment required for programming. No-code and low-code technologies are significantly cheaper, rely less on legacy infrastructure, and require less specialized staff to maintain systems. The end result is a less expensive option of outsourced programming: a customer-facing web-based application that is delivered in a fraction of the time.  Let’s also not forget that it saves on much time, money, and overall resources.

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Management Research Services (MRS) is a market leader in providing no-code solutions to our partners in life and annuity. Our cloud-based solution can be customized from the ground up, with an easy-to-use interface that eliminates our clients’ needs for costly or time-consuming options. We invest in finding the brightest young programming talent so that our clients can focus on the things that they do best.

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The MRS approach to customer service is that of a partner that wishes to grow with each client. We pride ourselves on rapid integration times provided with low start-up costs and minimal maintenance expenses. Our platform is cloud-hosted on Microsoft Azure and benefits our clients with an over 99% uptime. Our sophisticated rules-engine can support even the most complicated of underwriting decisions.

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They say market disruption should only be feared by those who don’t participate. Let us put our technology to work for you. Embrace generational change by contacting the MRS staff about our no-code platform. Let us set you up with a demo to see how our no-code web-based application can revolutionize your business.

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Contact the MRS staff here: https://managementresearchservices.com/contact.

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