Our next IT Leaders Forum will be taking place on 24 May.
Going digital: Using a low-code platform to align business, customers and technology
Every company has difficult customers, the ones who are never happy, who demand to be served right this minute, who complain audibly when small mistakes are made. In fact these customers are an organisation's best friend, even though it doesn't seem that way at the time. By being vocal about flaws in software and services that more reserved customers keep quiet about, they provide valuable feedback that can be used to get ahead of the competition. The question is, how to go about it. Enter low-code technologies.
Aimed at lowering the complexity of developing applications to the point where business users can make basic changes in accordance with customer feedback before handing over to developers, they can eliminate one of the main bottlenecks in the software production process: the translation of a business idea or need into code.
During this IT leader forum we will be introducing the concept of low code technologies on a business case basis, focusing on the need for corporations to create a better customer experience. We will look at the pivotal role that software can play in this, but how the complexity and cost needs to be taken out of the equation before organisations become truly responsive to their customers' needs.
If you have any queries regarding the event, please contact Misha Agarwal via firstname.lastname@example.org