Given the market disruption experienced by the corporate sector over the past 12 months, companies found themselves needing to make bold choices and implement operational or product changes, fast. That pace proved to be the downfall of many, as all too often, companies were hamstrung by an inability to keep pace with their own plans. That gulf between vision and delivery at a critical time is perhaps most visible in application development.
GUEST INTERVIEW: Appian is the low-code company that lets you create apps visually via flowchart, 10 to 20 times faster than traditional ways, in what is a sophisticated reimagining of the coding process that lets apps, software and ideas flow into life at the speed of thought, and be easily updated and changed. It's also an excellent example of hyperautomation, which is the subject of CEO Matt Calkins' new book.
A company that provides a platform for low-code development has released a study on the state of application development in the Asia-Pacific region and the associated challenges.
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