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NoCode and Startup - The transformation of a startup founder

As always, NoCode's technological and innovative leaps have become the spotlight in the Startup community. There are always more ideas in the startup community than there are available software engineers (or to put it bluntly, quality software engineers). The NoCode platform is the way to level the playing field for teams and founders who are not technically building and executing. In this article, we will define the use of NoCode platforms for startups and look at the pros and cons of these platforms. ‍

How can NoCode help startups?

One of NoCode's goals is to provide a library of functional components that are interconnected using visual flows to build a software product. A tool for startups to build MVP (Minimum Viable Product, understand as a demo product to test before launching the best product). Before NoCode, if a Startup Founder had an idea, he would necessarily hire an outsourced technology team or find a technical co-founder to collaborate on building the MVP. Building an MVP this way carries the risk of increasing cost (outsourcing the team) or opportunity risk (bringing in a technical founder too soon). NoCode tools and platforms help founders and manufacturers build their own MVP to get some market validation to give long term product roadmap as well as idea validation. Advancing in this way allows founders to have a better appreciation of the startup's costs and functionality and then decide whether to continue using NoCode tools or get a tech co-founder.

Advantages of NoCode for Startup

With NoCode, non-developers or non-technical users are the main customers while designing the platform. As a result, anyone entering this new platform will learn how to use a lot less, and any founder with good logic who understands what they want their product to look like can start building. , the only constant is change.

As a startup founder begins their journey and gathers insights from customer interviews and industry stakeholders, product requirements change. Whether the changes result in a small change or a major turnaround, it is easier to implement these variations on a NoCode-based product than on a code-based product. . Startup founders will save money, dilute equity, or both.

The NoCode platform allows founders to start a business without worrying about costs or having to spend a lot of time and effort on building MVPs based on code. With NoCode, testing and walking came much faster because they didn't spend a fortune to get to that decision-making point.

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