As this article published in The Japan Times highlights, Japan is facing a potential workforce shortage of more than 11 million workers by 2040. As the nation’s population continues to age and the working-age population declines, the IT industry must be at the forefront of innovative solutions to ensure economic growth and sustainability.
One such solution is the adoption of “no-code” in software development processes. No-code development enables businesses to create highly scalable Cloud-based applications without the need for extensive programming knowledge, thus democratizing the development process. By embracing no-code, Japanese companies can rapidly create and deploy enterprise applications while significantly reducing the need for manpower, time, and financial resources.
The advantages of no-code tools extend beyond simply addressing the workforce shortage. By enabling faster time-to-market for software solutions, Japanese companies can maintain a competitive edge in the global market, allowing them to drive innovation and growth even with a declining workforce.
In labour-intensive sectors such as transportation, construction, and healthcare, no-code platforms can help streamline operations and automate tasks. This is particularly crucial given the expected shortages in these sectors due to an aging population. By leveraging no-code technologies, these industries can maintain productivity levels while mitigating the impact of a shrinking workforce.
As Japan faces a potential workforce crisis, it is essential that businesses and the IT industry as a whole recognize the value of no-code development. By accelerating the adoption of no-code solutions, Japan can mitigate the impact of its declining workforce, maintain economic growth, and have a much stronger chance of regaining its position as a global leader in innovation.
With our SOVA No-code platform, we are helping our customers in Japan to get ahead of this impending crisis, build a future-focused development strategy and deliver innovative solutions to critical business challenges.
Find out more about SOVA at www.hisova.com.