February 22, 2021 | GovLoop
Using low-code development platforms to improve citizen experience can improve data accuracy, increase the adoption of government services, and ensure accountability. It can also enable enterprise-like agility, giving federal agencies the flexibility to react quickly to changing policies.
February 22, 2021 | Technology Decisions
Ongoing market uncertainty fuelled by the impact of COVID-19 and the seemingly never-ending acceleration of the pace of change make every day a potential ‘new normal’.
February 19, 2021 | Washington Business Journal
Tysons software firm Appian Corp continues to grow as its low-code “slow revolution” speeds up — and it’s hiring across every department. “I mean to hire more than Appian has ever hired and substantially more,” said CEO and co-founder Matt Calkins, who shied away from a specific hiring number but stressed most growth has been local. “We are growing in a serious way.” The company has also grown to about 1,500 employees.
February 18, 2021 | IT Brief
For organisations across Australia and New Zealand, 2020 was a massive year of change. In responding and adapting, organisations learnt that any change in behaviour or methodology — whether it be supporting an entirely remote workforce or putting a digital health strategy in place — is governed by software.
February 16, 2021 | DevPro Journal
Low-code development, with its graphical interfaces and tools that enable the development of applications with minimal coding, is gaining ground.
February 12, 2021 | GovLoop
We explored how an enhanced citizen experience can improve data accuracy and increase adoption of government services. Now, I’d like to talk about how federal agencies can use low-code development platforms to ensure accountability and improve trust in government.