Demand for app development is growing faster than IT can keep up. Enter “citizen developers”, business professionals enabled to design, build, and edit their own applications. But how empowered are they, really? Can these professionals build and modify at enterprise-grade speed and scale? Or are they too hampered by their existing productivity tools to make a real impact?
For businesspeople to truly take charge of their own app development—and meet organizational and IT needs—they need the right tools. Join us to learn about how low-code authoring experiences:
- Use visual models and Agile methods to help users rapidly build apps
- Build a common language of success across business and IT
- Achieve the fastest path to innovation through real-time collaboration
Anthony Abdulla is a director of product marketing at Pegasystems, and has been building brands and launching successful products for over 15 years. Throughout his career, Anthony has helped clients improve customer engagement and operational efficiencies through digital transformation.
Dennis Grady has spent over 15 years designing, building, and running software systems and applications. He joined Pega in 2010, focusing on making it faster and easier for customers to build applications using Pega technology without writing any code. Dennis holds a BS in Computer Science from UMass Amherst and an MS in Computer Science from UMass Lowell.