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Guy Mettrick and Mike Heffner on low-code's future in consulting

January 28, 2020   |   Consultancy

Demand for low-code platforms is at an all-time high, with the easy-to-use technology helping organisations across the business spectrum rapidly roll out new applications for clients while finding IT efficiency savings. Representing low-code market leader Appian, Guy Mettrick and Mike Heffner spoke to about what the future holds for low-code in the consulting industry.

What’s next for intelligent automation and the federal government?

January 27, 2020   |   Federal News Network

The emphasis today on DevOps and iterative development puts pressure on federal leaders to get code up and running quickly. Automation has been suggested as a solution; however, we have seen the first generation of automation tools start to break.

My Anti-Prediction For 2020: We Need To Come To Grips With Our Data Problem

January 14, 2020   |   Forbes

As we’re nearing the year end, digital transformation initiatives have reshaped the tech landscape. Advancements in robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT) and machine learning (ML) have contributed to the way organizations do business.

Low-Code Player Grabs RPA for Automation

January 13, 2020   |   InformationWeek

Low-code platform vendor Appian is looking to provide a single platform for automation, AI and low code with a new RPA acquisition.

Appian Makes A Play For RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

January 10, 2020   |   Forbes

This week, Appian announced the first acquisition in its 20-year history. It was for a startup based in Spain called Jidoka. The company is the developer of an RPA (Robotic Process Automation) platform, which is ranked No. 1 by Gartner Peer Insights.

Big 3 RPA vendors: it’s time to show your strengths in co-opetition because Appian just bought Jidoka for full stack automation

January 09, 2020   |   HFS

The recent HFS predictions for 2020 boldly state that none of the big three RPA vendors will get acquired this year. By logical extension, this means smaller and less expensive RPA vendors have a higher chance of exiting to the comfort of bigger players with broad shoulders and deep pockets, especially where they fit a pressing market need and round out an existing integrated automation proposition.