Low-code and no-code development is enabling cheaper and faster software development that is more responsive to business needs – but what are the risks of relying on these platforms without a robust IT and data strategy?
Data literacy, also known as data competence in German-speaking countries, is in greater demand than ever before and is an important hiring criterion in many companies. After all, decision-makers from more and more corporate divisions are now dependent on understanding data and aligning business strategies with it.
The Data Literacy Platform Lyntics has completed its seed financing of EUR 3.2 million. The round is led by Senovo, a VC fund specializing in B2B SaaS, and Ventech, a pan-European VC firm for early stage tech startups.