Insights from Booz Allen: Mission Advancers accelerate IT modernization projects through low-code

IT modernization used to be an overwhelming concept, often evoking fears of spending billions of dollars with no guarantees of success. While it used to pose the threat of taking years to implement, that is no longer the reality. Low-code has changed the game, allowing agencies to accelerate modernization timelines to the point where they can see an impact in a matter of months, not years.

Global Supply Chain Strategy - Building Resilience with Agility

Appian Life Sciences and Supply Chain Industry Leaders describe a low-code platform approach to drive agility and enhance resilience in the face of the current trends accelerated by the pandemic. There was always the need to boost communications, tighten controls, and enable teams to have the right information available at the appropriate time to make rapid decisions, however, with the jarring impacts of the past year new innovative approaches are needed. These approaches include moving from legacy hardened processes to building organizational capacity to build, test, and learn in rapid succession and develop the resilience to an ever changing ecosystem.

5G Meets Low-code: Innovation Backbone for the Post-COVID World, Part 2

The 5G hype train is generating a lot of buzz about a technology revolution that promises to pump a staggering $12 trillion into the global economy by 2035 and add over 20 million new jobs in the US alone. But behind the buzz, low-code automation is making the 5G hype legit as network operators turn to low-code platforms to deploy new 5G connectivity that’s exponentially faster and more powerful than 4th generation mobile.


5G Meets Low-code: Innovation Backbone for the Post-COVID World, Part 1

They tell us 5G is the future. Where business and consumers are going. But the fierce battle for early adopters is already underway according to Peter Linder, a notable 5G evangelist and Head of 5G Marketing for Ericsson in North America. “Early adopters are getting on board right now,” says Linder. “About 54 million Americans will purchase a 5G phone by the end of 2021. It’s not like ‘build the network and they will come’.

Low-code is the Jet Fuel for Application Development

"Low-code is the Jet Fuel for Application Development" presented by Suvajit Gupta, EVP Engineering - Appian presentation from the 2021 Gartner Application Innovation and Business Solutions Summit While businesses need to rapidly build innovative solutions, IT departments often find themselves bogged down with activities that constrain their ability to actually develop them. Low-code development offers a powerful way to change how IT organizations work. This session will discuss how low-code development fuels innovation by improving business/IT collaboration and accelerating development.

Technical Debt Management: 4 Ways Low-Code Can Help

Over the past 18 months, organizations awoke to the need for digital innovation and transformation as an existential issue. Business leaders recognized that software is central to digital innovation. As the need to quickly create more apps grew, demands on IT skyrocketed. So did the IT application development backlog. Technical debt is a part of software development.


Insights from ICF: Modernizing case management for the Surface Transportation Board

Many agencies that handle mission-critical functions still rely on outdated and legacy software applications that have evolved into complex and costly solutions over time. These legacy systems sit at the heart of daily business operations—and have a negative impact on efficiencies, stakeholder satisfaction, and overall mission outcomes. While most stakeholders agree that modernization is needed, they also know it’s a complicated undertaking.


Partnering with Appian to Put Patients First: Ignyte's Mental Health Case Management Solution

A year of virtual meetings, homeschooling, and social distancing has taken a toll on all of us. According to a 2021 article from the Kaiser Family Foundation, around 40% of Americans have reported symptoms of depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mental health providers worldwide are struggling to meet increased patient demand while navigating increased telehealth needs.