How Low-Code/No-Code Compares to Traditional Development
June 21, 2022
11:00 AM PT | 1:00 PM CT | 2:00 PM ET
Gartner suggests that by 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity.
Low-code development democratizes software development into the hands of business users who are solving challenges at the ground level. In addition, it offers compelling advantages such as rapid prototyping, improved scalability, shorter time-to-market, and easy life cycle management.
However, is low-code technology an ideal solution to every situation and industry? Can larger enterprises with complex infrastructure and unique challenges leverage its true potential? Can organizations in regulated industries accelerate innovation using low code platforms?
Our panel of experts will answer these questions and more in our upcoming Zipchat.
- Key Advantages of low-code development
- Applications and use cases of low-code development
- Considerations before investing in low-code platforms
- An overview of Appian’s capabilities in low-code development
So, join us from your peloton or grab some popcorn on the couch for this interactive ZipChat session!
On Demand Recording
Meet our panelists
Shaun Noonan, Director - Solutions Consulting at Appian
Shaun is a presales leader at Appian, focusing on clients and prospective customers in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast US. He’s been a part of software product companies for over 15 years, working with customers across a variety of industries. Shaun’s passion is helping clients imagine, design, and deploy bespoke, malleable solutions to complex problems that their organizations face.
Michael Watson, VP Engineering at Excellarate
Mike is a veteran engineering leader with over 15 years of experience leading software teams. Mike’s passion is in helping software product development organizations transition into strong Agile practices and cultures within. He has experience working with large and medium public companies (such as Motorola and Tangoe), as well as mid-to-late stage startups (such as 4thpass, Solbright, and Quintessence). Mike has been fortunate to work with a few of the leading minds in modern agile process development.
Richard Nolan, Lead Technical Architect at Excellarate
Richard loves helping companies solve complex business problems with Appian. Whether it’s delivering the right information to the right person at the right time, integrating disparate systems, or orchestrating a process through a team of players, he has done it.