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The Digital Future has Arrived: Here’s how to Transition your Business Successfully
Nothing catalyses change so much as a crisis, and with 2020 in the rearview mirror, many businesses are looking to refine their operations by going digital. Digitisation brings many advantages — seamless remote access, unification of operations and insurance against future change, just to name a few — but it can be fraught with difficulties when implementing.
R.I.P Custom and Legacy Apps – Modernize with velocity
The new normal in the next decade will be very different than the bygone era. COVID has impacted the world in a way seen only as recently as a century ago. It was different then and it is different now. This new normal can unlock significant value in the digital space. Applications and platforms need to be developed at a velocity faster than changing habits of consumers.
Low-code vs. No-code: The Differences, Similarities, & How to Choose
Bureau of Labor Statistics expected 1.4 million computer science–related jobs to become available in 2020—but only 400,000 computer science graduates to fill those roles. Enterprises can’t hire their way out of this problem, so IT teams need a more efficient way to quickly build powerful applications. That’s where low-code and no-code development platforms come in. Low-code and no-code capabilities let development teams rapidly build applications using visual design tools and a drag-and-drop interface.
Delivering New FinTech Products to Customers 10 x Faster
One of Europe’s oldest banks delivers new FinTech products 10x faster and reduces onboarding from one week to 10 minutes with a low-code automation platform. Bankhaus von der Heydt is using Appian to automate back-office operations and grow its banking business.
Low-code goes Mainstream
Enterprise software development is undergoing a quiet revolution — and it’s a revolution everyone saw coming. The old way of developing applications — specialist developers writing code line by line — just isn’t working anymore. Under rising pressure to replace software and develop new solutions faster than ever before, organisations are often left feeling paralysed by their own IT. Low-code is that revolution.
The power of low-code technology, the new, big frontier of digital transformation
Business enterprises are more dispersed than ever. Not only are many people still working remotely a full year into the pandemic, the digital age has given companies a lot more data to manage. Combined, that makes business processes challenging to execute. But what if creating a new, automated application users need to do their jobs no matter where they're located was as easy as drawing a workflow diagram? That's exactly what low-code technology does.
2020 in Review: A Recap of Appian Europe’s Top 10 Moments
In retrospect, 2020 was a year of unprecedented change. No one could have foreseen what the last 12 months would bring. But in Europe and the Middle East, Appian has adapted to make the most of the situation, building solutions to help customers keep their customers and staff safe and engaged. Here’s a recap of Appian's top 10 moments from a year like no other...
IT Modernization requires BPM and low-code automation for lasting success
While companies nationwide turned to remote work in 2020, challenges in automating legacy systems and scaling processes to account for the new, largely digital, workforce remained. In a recent conversation with Federal News Network's John Gilroy, Appian's CTO Michael Beckley provides a solution to the age-old question of IT modernization: low-code.
Low-code in the Insurance Industry
Today's "new normal” requires companies in the insurance industry to leverage digital tech to transform their business processes while remaining competitive. The insurance industry is among those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Claims are likely to top €190 billion in 2021, according to reinsurer Lloyd’s of London. However, the pandemic did not fire the starting pistol in challenging insurers to transform, although it has amplified the issue.