By Danielle Schmitz, Director of Operations and Business Excellence at Arrayworks According to Gartner “a digital twin of an organization as a dynamic software model of
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If you’re like most companies, your IT department probably feels a bit like Doctor Frankenstein – connecting legacy technologies with custom coded patches and putting out fires where integration is difficult.
The term “low-code” is getting a lot of play in recent months – and for good reason. In a world where cycle times are shrinking every day across all aspects of our businesses, “low-code platforms” present a way to move faster, be more efficient and serve customers more effectively.
After spending more than a decade as a senior business and IT consultant at top-tier consulting firms, Gordon witnessed, first hand, how poor software and haphazard technology implementations diminish an organization’s true potential while frustrating employees and customers alike.