WSO2, a Low-Code Software Producer got $90 Million boost from Goldman Sachs

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Based in Mountain View, California, WSO2 was picked up by the Wall Street Bank, amidst a crunch of tech talent.

Goldman Sachs $90 million will help the Low-code software producer to put its cloud-based platform into the hands of small business-level employees who are currently outside the information-technology reach.

The current Remote Work Model is pressurizing companies to adopt digitalization into each business system, against a shortage of skilled information-technology workforce.

The shortage which was already there before the COVID-19 pandemic has reached its worst level in recent months.

WSO2 management hopes that their platform will help non-technical employees a clear, simple path to self-create apps without spending months of their precious time.

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