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[Factsheet] 9 Reasons to Use No-code Automation Tools

In the jungle of automation tools, it can be complicated to select the right one for your enterprise. This is why we have listed 9 reasons to choose no-code automation tools in a factsheet.

No-code automation tools speed up business processes and reduce errors while limiting boring and repetitive work. 


"But why should I use a no-code automation tool, when I know how to code?"

No-code tools are not made to deskill people or to take away their coding skills, they are made to

  • To help people work better together across teams & departments
  • To eliminate human error
  • To limit all the repetitive and boring work, so you can free up time to be innovative, creative and do more of what inspires you

Repetitive work and mundane tasks usually end up in the pile of "I will look at it later", eventually turning into guilt, long work nights and even stress. Whether it is testing applications, systems, UI, etc. or if it is migrating data, moving data or other RPA (Robotic Process Automation) related tasks, anyone should be able to automate any and every software process.

Automation can instead be done based on a visual language. No coding needed. No developer dependency.

Automation is not here to replace people, it is here to replace sick days and to increase job satisfaction. Using no-code is all about letting go of tasks that can be done faster and better by a software robot, so people can do more of what motivates them. 

No-code bridges the gap within teams and departments, letting everyone understand the purpose and the process.

Out of endless reasons, we have listed the most relevant ones in the factsheet: 9 reasons to use no-code automation tools.  

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What next? After deciding on a tool, it is time to find the right strategy. Find our test automation strategy checklist here.

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