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The Rise of Zero-Code – Overcoming IT Resistance by Making Them the Heroes of the Enterprise

October 18, 2016

By Mike Gundling

There is a clear movement in enterprise application development away from traditional coding to rapid development tools that go by many different names, from BPM to RAD and more.  By any name, the low-code segment is growing in leaps and bounds and has given rise to the pursuit of the ultimate solution for maximizing productivity, efficiency and cost savings – zero-code.

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Compliance without Complexity: How to lower your costs and get an ROI from your regulatory compliance programs

October 12, 2016

By John Timar

To put it simply, the government has upped the ante. It is no longer acceptable to do things the same way that they’ve been done for the past 50 years.  We are in the world of the peripheral (that’s a fancy word my CEO uses to refer to mobile devices) and, theoretically, everything will be bigger, faster, and stronger once we fully embrace the state of now. 

Blog Series: 4 Tips for a Successful Enterprise Mobile Data Collection Deployment: Brand

October 6, 2016

By John Timar

Tip #4: Brand

We live in the era of the brand. I speak with so many companies and government organizations that ultimately want their employees, customers, partners, and citizens using a mobile app that reinforces their brand. You know exactly how this goes. You can’t get a private label COTS product from the big platform backend systems we just discussed. So, you either abandon your hopes and dreams, or you hire some developers or a systems integrator to create your mobile app. Voila. What next?  

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Blog Series: 4 Tips for a Successful Enterprise Mobile Data Collection Deployment: Open-Platform

October 4, 2016

By John Timar

Tip #3: Open-Platform

There was a time, in the not too distant past, when you could only get a mobile solution through the large backend platform players. These “platform extensions” never displayed the appropriate respect and empathy for the plight of the end user, and are designed to render you into a state of complete and utter dependency on their technology. They were once the only show in town, but the times have changed; and, what was once a strength is now a liability.  

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