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Low Code Software: Tight Budgets and Application Modernization Plans Drive Adoption

By Dick Weisinger

Businesses are turning to low-code development as a way to still move forward with modern technology but with smaller teams of developers and power users. Low code tools are typically UI-based or allow users to easily configure changes to software

RPA and Low Code: Providing the Flexibility to Tweak Process Changes

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is one of the fastest areas of enterprise software growth. Gartner estimates that RPA is growing at an annual rate of 63 percent. It’s a technology that lets businesses automate tasks and exchange data with legacy

Low Code Software: Tools for the Tech-Savvy to Prototype and Innovate fast

By Dick Weisinger

Low Code development are software tools that are developed for and targeted at tech-savvy non-developers. Think analysts and project leads. People that understand the flow of their business but aren’t trained as developers. The goal of low code development is

Digital Transformation Challenges Tech Skillsets

By Dick Weisinger

Organizations are on-board with understanding that adoption of new technologies are the main way to stay to relevant.  But those same organizations are reluctant to fund training to keep their staff current with technology trends.  The disconnect between a desire

Low Code Development: Enables Custom Application Development with a Lower Risk Profile

By Dick Weisinger

Low-code software development platforms are frameworks where the application logic and interface is constructed and configured quickly, often by drag-and-drop interfaces.  The software tries to adopt to business processes, rather than forcing the business to adopt to the way legacy