Low-code app development trends in APAC

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With customer expectations surging in response to various technological advancements, to maintain a competitive edge many brands are searching for smart methods to upgrade the experiences they provide to users.

More than half of Asia Pacific (APAC) enterprises are leveraging low-code platforms, with more planning to do so in the next year and a half. Low-code is a way to securely design and develop software applications fast, with minimal hand-coding.

Download this eBook to access strategic insights on how low-code methods can bolster your brand’s ability to adapt to the digital demands of customers, including:

  • How low code solutions are being applied in APAC
  • How low code solutions are enhancing customer experiences
  • Key implementation learnings from Indonesia, the most advanced APAC country in the low code arena
  • Ways to fast-track the development of customer facing applications
  • Techniques to overcome the skill-gap that suffocates many digital ambitions
  • Accelerated time to market with rapid prototyping

Why not join Outsystems' online session with Thinkmoney at CXNLive: APAC 2020 on how to accelerate the development of your multi-experience portfolio.

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