No Code: The Future of Enterprise Software

Vasil Nedelchev
1 min readNov 6, 2023


No more monstrous Excel files.
No more spending years coding custom software.

I was skeptical at first, but…

A few months ago, a colleague and I created incredibly sophisticated event logistics software in just two days. All we used were Airtable and Softr.

The team used to rely on multiple Word and Excel files, sending them back and forth via email. Yes, that’s how high-profile events were managed.

And I’m sure if you work in a large company, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

But those days are over.

So, the next time you find yourself creating an Excel behemoth or have seventeen tabs open to complete a single task, remember: that’s a no-code opportunity.

If you can convince your boss to approve a substantial budget for custom enterprise software, that’s another no-code opportunity.

You could have your app up and running in days for a fraction of the cost.

I understand that advocating for no-code in a large corporation may not be easy. However, the sooner we start, the sooner it will become the norm.



Vasil Nedelchev

Product Designer. Writing about design beyond your day job. Get all my writing at