no-code software

Creators, no-code and how regular folks can build an online business

Welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital focused podcast. Today, we’re bringing you a conversation from TC Disrupt 2023, with Serhii Bohoslovskyi, founder of no-code app-builder Tribl

TechCrunch+ roundup: No-code MVP strategy, hiring under scrutiny, A/B growth testing

Despite the myth, sharks don’t need to keep swimming to keep breathing. Early-stage startups, on the other hand, are not so fortunate.

4 practical steps for using no-code to evolve your prototype to an MVP

In moving from prototype to MVP, it’s often tempting to focus on achieving perfection — but that is an unachievable goal.

Top 3 riskiest misconfigurations on the Salesforce platform

Point-and-click security settings on low- or no-code platforms can be extremely powerful, but with great power comes great responsibility.

Popup grabs $3.5M for no-code way to personalize online storefronts

Popup is a no-code platform for the creation, management and hosting of online stores, from landing pages to ad campaigns to checkout, using a drag-and-drop visual editor.

Harlem Capital leads seed into Because, an e-commerce enablement startup

Because provides a “Canva-like” editing experience for e-commerce managers to design and publish messages aimed at driving conversion rates.

6 technologists discuss how no-code tools are changing software development

To get a more in-depth look at the technical aspects of the space, we spoke to some of the technologists ushering in the no-code/low-code revolution.

10 investors discuss the no-code and low-code landscape in Q1 2022

To get a better picture of the no-code/low-code market, we spoke to a group of investors about how the space has fared since 2020, the challenges ahead, and when they expect investments to pay off.

Superconductive, creators of Great Expectations, nabs $40M for a commercial version of its open source data quality tool

Data quality — the practice of testing and ensuring that the data and data sets you are using are what you expect them to be — has become a key component in the world of data science. Data

Wrangle secures $2M to automate company workflows

The company’s no-code software can automate any kind of process: employee onboarding, contract approvals, help tickets or any other recurring work.

Equity Monday: Crypto hacks and a scuttled AI IPO

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. It finally happened, ladies and gentleman and our non-binary f

Autify advances no-code AI-powered software testing automation platform with $10M Series A

While working as a software engineer in Japan, Singapore and San Francisco for the past 10 years, Ryo Chikazawa, CEO and co-founder of Autify, came to realize that there’s one common problem in the

Tiger Global leads $34M investment into Unit21, a no-code fraud prevention platform

Unit21, a startup that helps businesses monitor fraudulent activities with its no-code software, announced today it has raised $34 million in a Series B round of funding led by Tiger Global Management

No-code business intelligence service y42 raises $2.9M seed round

Berlin-based y42 (formerly known as Datos Intelligence), a data warehouse-centric business intelligence service that promises to give businesses access to an enterprise-level data stack that’s a

3 steps to ease the transition to a no-code company

The success of your transition into a no-code company relies on how you strategically engage employees and key stakeholders to build a culture of empowerment where anyone can automate processes in min

Extra Crunch’s top 10 stories of 2020

I've tried to gather a sample of stories that taught me something new (which means this top 10 list betrays my ignorance).

Parabola no-code platform raises $8M Series A as it focuses on e-commerce

Many workers today are still stuck doing a bushel of manual tasks, copying and pasting data into spreadsheets, sending out the same emails every morning and generally lacking any kind of automation be

London-based Gyana raises $3.9M for a no-code approach to data science

Coding and other computer science expertise remain some of the more important skills that a person can have in the working world today, but in the last few years, we have also seen a big rise in a new