Free Webinar — Start Driving Business Outcomes with Low-code Today

Join us for this informative webinar on
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
2:00-2:45 pm EST (GMT-4)

1 pm CST; 12 pm MST; 11 am PST
7 pm British Time (GMT+1); 8 pm Central Europe Time (GMT +2)

*If you're unable to attend the live event, register and we will send you the replay shortly after the webinar ends*


Are you needing to create opportunities to re-engineer processes around customer needs, deliver seamless customer and employee experiences, and quickly adapt to changing expectations while improving efficiency and managing risk?

The most effective way to rapidly deploy customer-centric applications is to adopt a low-code approach. Low-code development is a way to design and implement applications with little or no coding and is a powerful platform for process improvement. Low-code platforms speed development and extend the ability to innovate to a broader set of people.

But how can you make the most of a low-code approach? And how can using low-code help you put customers at the center of every transaction and exceed expectations with timely, proactive service in the channels in which they prefer? In this webinar, our subject matter experts will discuss and explore:

  • What low-code is and why it’s mission-critical
  • How to bring application development closer to the subject matter experts in your org, with IT’s blessing and support
  • How to enable your workforce to keep pace with highly regulated and collaborative processes while eliminating redundant and inefficient processes
  • How low-code creates opportunities for better customer experiences, internal and external

According to Gartner, low-code solutions will make up 65% of application development by 2024. Join us to learn why and how low-code can help you create opportunities and drive business outcomes.

This webinar is approved for 1.0 hour of CIP Maintenance Credits.

 

Speakers for this event:

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Kevin Craine, MBA
Content Strategist
AIIM

Nicholas King
Director of Product Management
OpenText

 

Underwritten by:

OpenText

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