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APAC DX threatened by lack of business alignment
67% of organisations are piloting, scaling, or deploying transformation programs, but disconnects in IT Culture (52%) and Delivery Speed (50%) stand in the way, Appian finds.
Gartner recognises Pega in low-code application platforms report
“Low-code application platforms continue to grow in capability and maturity, addressing more enterprise use cases and providing rapid application delivery with fewer skills.”
Case Study: Optimation helps Medical Council unlock the power of low-code
“We have seen a 50% reduction in the time taken to deliver functionality in low-code platforms, as opposed to doing it in a traditional way.”
Predictions: How process and workflow automation will evolve in 2020
Those who have started the journey with workflow automation will expand their efforts while some businesses who have yet to begin will get to work.
Why digital transformation needs to extend beyond the IT department - Nintex
It’s no longer just technology decision-makers who are automation-literate but frontline staff as well.
OutSystems gains new certifications for cloud security compliance
These certifications demonstrate the level of commitment OutSystems has to ensuring the privacy and protection of its customers’ data in the cloud.
Moving to a low-code content future - Hyland
What was once a case of ‘build once, update seldom’ has changed to the point where constant pressure requires software to continuously evolve.
Nintex announces new electronic forms capabilities
The new designer makes it easier to create digital forms to power automated workflows leveraging Nintex for Office 365 and Nintex Workflow Cloud.
On the shoulders of open source, cloud stands tall – BlackLine
Open source changed software development, but its impact could pale in comparison to the public cloud, writes Pete Hirsch.
OutSystems launches new AI capabilities
OutSystems announced that it has added new artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to its leading low-code development platform.
Four trends that will define automation in 2019
As automation continues to define transformation in the coming year one executive looks at the key drivers, such the move to low code, behind its implementation.
Is a low-code app building approach what your organisation needs?
Microsoft PowerApps is a service that lets you build business apps that run in a browser or on a phone or tablet, and no coding experience is required.
Interview: How low-code development platforms make businesses more agile
Low-code platforms allow nimble organisations to take an idea from innovation to commercialisation very quickly.
Can employees really build web apps with zero coding experience?
Microsoft PowerApps is promoted as a platform for citizen developers, but can a non-coder really learn to create PowerApps?
Report: The importance of low-code apps in the age of digital transformation
The availability of a variety of cloud application development services is reducing the complexity of delivering applications.
Rise of the citizen developer and what it means for enterprise - TIBCO CTO
Apps that might have taken many months to move from concept to creation can now be completed in hours or even minutes.
Oracle lets SMBs create custom apps without software expertise
The program works through an intuitive visual development interface, with no need for prior development experience...
App dev to grow 5x faster than IT capacity - low-code platforms the answer
Digital transformation is one of the most critical issues for organisations today, skyrocketing demand for application development to a crisis point.
Low-code or no-code: Gartner releases new high-productivity app development Quadrant
Solutions in this new category provide application development, deployment and execution in the cloud using a low-code or no-code approach.
The low-code platform helping to coordinate a navy
Do you remember playing Battleship? It was fun and made the task of coordinating a navy look easy.
45% of APAC companies to create at least 25 apps in 2017 - can you keep up?
45% of the companies surveyed from the Asia-Pacific region with more than 5,000 employees intend to build at least 25 apps in 2017.