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Appian identifies low-code IT satisfaction factors

May 14, 2019   |   Computer Weekly

Back in the day (you remember the seventies and eighties right?), people went to work. Workers would get to the office, make a cup of tea or coffee, talk about football, family, friends and Fridays… and then they’d settle down to perform whatever task they had been professionally trained for in order to receive a monthly- or weekly-based level or remuneration that was roughly commensurate with their level of proficiency and seniority.

Appian tackles AI integration concerns with “free and easy” plug-ins

May 14, 2019   |   Verdict

Low-code enterprise application development platform Appian has announced Appian AI, which will allow customers to implement artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to any application built on the Appian platform, helping to reduce the costs and complexity of AI implementation.

Appian: low-code can deliver ‘sensational software’ at speed

May 14, 2019   |   TechTarget

Low-code software platform company Appian held its Appian World 2019 conference and exhibition under comparatively cloudy skies this week in the Californian city of San Diego. With a large number of platform/product updates to detail, this year’s event served to position the company as a low-code power play for software application developers — this year’s major updates included a visual query editor, a grid generator and one-click interfaces.

Appian adds AI capabilities to its low-code platform

May 14, 2019   |   Tech Radar

In an effort to help businesses easily add artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to their applications, Appian has announced a new service called Appian AI which will allow its customers to add AI to any application built on its platform.

Developers want low-code tools to make their jobs simpler, report finds

May 08, 2019   |   TechRepublic

Low-code development software isn't just for non-programmers: Developers cite it as a great way to automate repetitive tasks and free up time for higher level work.

Low-code could lead to improved job satisfaction for IT developers

May 08, 2019   |   TechRadar

Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotic process automation (RPA) are putting increased pressure on IT developers who say that having access to faster and easier development tools can greatly improve their job satisfaction.