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Top 8 No Code Software Analysis based on 14k+ Reviews in 2024

Begüm Yılmaz
Updated on Feb 22
4 min read

Research shows that 70% of organizations plan to implement low code or no-code solutions as of 2025, rising from 25% in 2020.1 With the rising usage of no-code software, businesses can increase their digital built capacity, the efficiency of their IT teams and the cost savings.

Source: Gartner

*Estimated value

Businesses use no-code development platforms for various reasons such as:

However, finding the right solution that suits organizations’ needs is not easy as there are plenty of no-code software solutions in the marketplace. That’s why we compiled this article to inform business leaders on the capabilities and the features of no-code tools, as well as evaluation of top vendors in the marketplace.

Top 8 no-code software solutions

VendorsReviews*Overall rating*Free versionPricing options
Creatio4434.7/5Starts from $25
per user / month
Process.st10324.4/5Starts from $30
per user / month
Airtable4,8844.5/5Starts from $10
per user / month
*billed annually
Jotform Apps7774.4/5Starts from $34
per user / month
*billed annually
Microsoft Power Apps2,7844.3/5✖️Starts from $5
per user / app / month
Quickbase20544.5/5✖️Starts from $35
per user / month
*billed annually
Salesforce Platform2,0394.4/5✖️Starts from $25
per user / month
*billed annually
ServiceNow App Engine2954.3/5✖️Not provided

*Data gathered from software review platforms G2, Capterra, and Trustradius.

Note: We have analyzed the vendors in terms of market presence and commercials (e.g., pricing, ratings). We did not include free trial possibilities as all vendors provide it. With sponsors at the top of the list, we list the vendors alphabetically in a descending order. You can sort Table 1, for example, by the ease of use ratings.

VendorsEase of use**Quality of support**Customizable UIAI/ML modelsIntegrationsOffline functionalitySecurityCustomer support
Creatio9/109.1/10WebSocket, OAuth, SOAP, REST, OData, LDAP, WebAPIISO / IEC 27001: 2013, HIPAA, GDPRPhone support
24/7 (Live rep)
Process.st8.8/109.2/10Jotform API, Zapier, Office365SOC2, Type IIPhone support
Airtable8.9/108.7/10✖️REST, WebAPI✖️SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27001
Jotform Apps8.8/108.6/10Not providedJotform APISOC 2 Type II24/7
Microsoft Power Apps8.2/108.3/10LimitedREST, WebAPIISO 27001, GDPRLive chats
Quickbase8.7/108.8/10Available with
paid add-ons
REST, HTTPISO 27001, SOC 1, SOC 2, HIPAA, GDPRPhone Support
24/7 (Live Rep)
Salesforce Platform9.2/108.7/10Available with
paid add-ons
REST API, SOAP API, Bulk API, Pub/Sub API✖️ISO 27018:2019, HIPAA, GDPR, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3Phone Support
ServiceNow App Engine7.8/107.7/10REST, SOAPISO 27001, SOC2Phone support
24/7 (Live Rep)

*Data gathered from software review platform G2.

Note: We also analyzed the capabilities and features of the no-code software. As all vendors offer workflow automation and app building capabilities, we didn’t include these in the table. You can sort Table 2, for example, by the integration possibilities.

Vendor selection criteria

While determining the vendors to examine in our research, we narrowed our vendor list based on some criteria. We used the number of B2B reviews and employees of a company to estimate its market presence because these criteria are public and verifiable.

Therefore, we set certain limits to focus our work on top companies in terms of market presence, selecting firms with:

  • 500+ employees
  • 250+ reviews on review platforms including G2, Trustradius, Capterra
  • at least one Fortune 500 reference

What is a no-code development platform?

A no-code development platform is a software application that provides a visual development environment for users, often non-programmers or business users, to design and construct applications without the need to write code.

The popularity of no-code development tools brings the question of “Does no-code replace developers?”. However, no-code software was created as a business solution to complement core and enterprise solutions that require technical knowledge or coding abilities and that can be used by non-technical users that are often referred as citizen developers. 

This technique democratizes application development by bridging the technical need and practical execution division. No-code approach enables companies to quickly adapt and evolve, allowing non-technical employees to participate in the development process.

Source: McKinsey


UCBOS offers a composable no-code platform, customizable for all business functions including supply chain, procurement, finance, etc. The system equips business leaders with dynamic business data models to develop an interoperable and composable digital ecosystem.

Essential no-code software capabilities

Workflow automation

This functionality enables organizations to automate business processes within their organization. When the conditions and triggers are established, the no-code program automates these activities, enhancing efficiency and decreasing manual effort of business users.

App building

No-code platforms enable users to build mobile apps using a user-friendly interface, which frequently utilizes drag-and-drop capabilities. Thus, individuals with little or no coding skills can create apps that satisfy their needs.

A restaurant, for example, could develop an app to manage table reservations. They can create an interface that allows customers to select a date, time, and table, and the system will update the restaurant’s availability in real-time without writing code.

Customizable UI

Businesses can design their app’s user interface to reflect their brand identity and improve user experience. This creates a consistent brand image across all digital touch points, potentially increasing customer loyalty and satisfaction.

AI/ML models

Some no-code platforms come with pre-built artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) models. These models can be integrated into the apps to provide advanced features and capabilities that can aid in decision making.

Integration with other tools

No-code software frequently integrates with other tools and systems, allowing for easy data transmission across platforms. This capacity can assist businesses in developing a cohesive technological environment within their company.

Offline functionality

Applications that can run offline can be created using some no-code platforms. As a result, users can utilize specific app functions even when they aren’t online, and any modifications or updates they make will be synced as soon as they connect to the internet once. This guarantees that even in locations with poor connection to the internet, users may access and benefit from the software.

Customer support

No-code platforms offer customer service to help consumers use the platform and troubleshoot any problems they might run across. This ensures that customers can efficiently use the platform and address any issues they might run into and might take the form of tutorials, a dedicated channel, live chat, email, or phone support.

Data security

In no-code platforms, data security is a crucial feature. To safeguard the private information handled by the apps created on these platforms, strong security measures must be in place. This can entail safe user authentication and adherence to relevant data protection regulations. Data security ensures that all of the data associated with your company, as well as any data from users or customers, is kept safe and secure.

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AIMultiple serves numerous tech companies, including UCBOS & Creatio.

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Begüm Yılmaz
Begüm is an Industry Analyst at AIMultiple. She holds a bachelor's degree from Bogazici University and specializes in sentiment analysis, survey research, content writing services and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems.

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