Beyond Startups: How Industry Leaders Adopt No-Code
Still think no-code is just for MVPs and startups?
To shed some insight on the impact of no-code technology, we’ve compiled a list of industry leaders that have recognised its potential and have adopted no-code tools like Bubble into their operations. These companies represent a wide array of industries, from venture capital to retail, and have integrated no-code to streamline their processes, enhance productivity, and remain at the forefront of innovation.
Nespresso created ‘Live at Nespresso’ for a German audience which features product presentation videos on Nespresso products with exclusive tips and offers.
Noodle Union is an extension of Wagamama’s membership to encourage apprentices to sign up and join. The site also connects university students, providing exclusive offers and content throughout the year.
The employee portal for McDonalds Malaysia is used for employees to connect with each other and store contact information.
Boost VC created an event microsite for the Deep Tech Demo Day, an event for investors to meet and connect with seed stage startups.
First Round Capital
The site provides access to First Round Capital’s full directory of active angel investors in tech. Profiles can be filtered by industry and functional expertise, average check size, and more.
Acer Trade-In Express allows users to trade in old, working devices and receive instant credit towards the purchase of new Acer products.
Danone France has created a legal platform that supports the growth of their brands in France. Additionally, the WeScan by Danone website is a login page for users to access their Danone account or request a new link for previous users.
No-code technology, often associated with startups, is increasingly being adopted by large companies, signalling a significant shift in the industry. This trend shows that no-code platforms, known for their ease of use and efficiency, are not just beneficial for small-scale projects but are also valuable for bigger enterprises. These platforms allow large companies to rapidly develop and implement solutions, enhancing their ability to respond to market changes and operational needs quickly.