Apart from hiring qualified software developers, the following are the key challenges that businesses will face in 2022.
- This year, 46% of IT experts foresee challenges in retaining talent.
- Despite a significant surge in the demand for IT services, 39% of IT experts surveyed disclosed that they lack the essential assets or finances to meet customer expectations within the stipulated timeframe.
- As per the survey, 43% of participants anticipate challenges in keeping the workforce engaged in 2022.
- Approximately 31% of survey respondents expressed concerns about having insufficient time to finish their duties.
- Reinstating workers at physical workplaces will be the most formidable obstacle for enterprises in 2022, according to 29% of those surveyed.
Here are the survey findings on cost-saving measures
- As per the survey, 54% of participants are willing to implement a digital workspace in 2022 as a cost-saving strategy.
- About 53% of survey participants plan to employ low-code or no-code development platforms to expedite project completion and elevate team efficiency.
- Survey findings indicate that in 2022, 45% of respondents aim to integrate embedded analytics, while 43% intend to utilise design-to-code platforms as a cost-saving strategy.
- Approximately 48% of those surveyed plan to employ remote employees, a measure that will enable them to curtail office space and do away with physical workspaces.
The rising popularity of Business Intelligence (BI)
The relevance of Business Intelligence (BI) is escalating at a rapid pace, with 79% of respondents anticipating a surge in interest in BI and data analytics tools in 2021. BI is the field that involves the science of scrutinising data to make informed decisions about patterns and marketing transformations. Given the continual increase in the volume of data available for evaluations, BI will become increasingly crucial for businesses to make effective and informed decisions.
Furthermore, the proportion of software developers who incorporate embedded analytics into apps has risen from 33% in 2020 to 58% in 2021.
Business Intelligence empowers software developers to make pivotal judgments concerning sales, efficacy, CRM, and new market prospects.