Matrix42 combines DWP, ESM and SUEM for optimal user experience
Matrix42 has been around for more than 30 years. In that time, it has successfully launched several business units into the market. According to CTO Dirk Eisenberg, these components form a holistic total solution.
Last year, during a keynote at Matrix42's own Digital Workspace World event, the t... Read more
Software’s post-pandemic recessionary lag factor
Knowledge is power. But further than any mere level of learning by rote understanding, we use the term ‘savvy’ to denote a particular level of practical knowledge and ability.
Coming out of the post-pandemic period of preparation for the ensuing recession will (arguably) require more savvine... Read more
Xebia acquires NDS, expands OutSystems expertise
Xebia acquired Netlink Digital Solutions (NDS), a US-based low-code service provider. The Dutch IT consultant aims to further expand its expertise in low-code and OutSystems.
The financial details weren't disclosed. The acquisition expands Xebia's market share. NDS is a leading provider of low-c... Read more
‘9 in 10 developers are concerned about budget and staff cuts’
Researchers from Appian suggest that nine in ten UK and EU developers are concerned about budget and staff cuts. The growth of the IT market is on the decline. Most feel the impact, from the boardroom to the office floor.
Appian surveyed 1,500 developers and software engineers for a study on th... Read more
SAP steps into low-code with Build and allows business users to develop
SAP has presented Build, a new low-code platform that should bring software development to business users such as marketers and procurement experts. Essentially, SAP is combining existing products in Build to simplify the development of apps, processes and websites.
According to Chief Marketing... Read more
‘Three in five developers experience unhealthy work-life balance’
A survey by OutSystems suggests that three in five EMEA developers experience an unhealthy work-life balance.
OutSystems develops a low-code platform for application development. The organization recently interviewed more than 800 developers for a work satisfaction survey. Work-life balance prov... Read more
Microsoft unveils DevOps solutions and free low-code training
Microsoft launched a series of solutions for developers at its annual Ignite conference. In addition, the tech giant announced that anyone interested can now register for Power Up, a free low-code training program for individuals without programming experience.
Microsoft Ignite takes place from ... Read more
ProcessMaker acquires Doculayer
ProcessMaker announced the acquisition of Doculayer. The company's software finds data in unstructured documents.
Doculayer's technology is based on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Users input a series of documents and specify the information they're looking for. Doculayer analyze... Read more
Salesforce launches low-code tailored to business sectors
Salesforce has announced Flow for Industries on the eve of Dreamforce 2022. The tools should help companies automate processes in specific industries.
The low-code tools in Flow for Industries are an extension of the existing Flow suite, allowing companies to run daily processes at scale with fe... Read more
Betty Blocks helps companies develop custom application in four weeks
Betty Blocks launches 4-Week Guarantee. The service guarantees that a customer can develop an application for a pre-defined use case within four weeks. Betty Blocks charges a fixed fee and ensures the project is finished on time.
Betty Blocks develops a platform for low-code and no-code develop... Read more