To win the digital transformation race, successful IT teams need to overcome three immense challenges: Massive backlogs, legacy debt and scarce resources. And, at the same time they need to embrace new methods, better suited to fast-paced innovation.
In this webinar you will get a vision of what Low-Code is, what it can do and the benefits specifically in the context of Azure and O365. Here are some topics covered in the session.
- What is Low-Code Web and Mobile?
- Leveraging the MS Graph API with Low-Code
- Re-purposing aged SharePoint server applications for Office 365
- Extending 0365 [SharePoint, Mail, Teams, Planner etc] when OOTB is not enough.
- Process & Application design
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Intuitive Turn complex process maps, Visio charts, and procedure documents into clean, simple process maps that everyone can find and follow.
Flexible Establish standardized and compliant processes with visibility and consistency to easily control process variations.
Customizable Personalize dashboards to bookmark your frequently-used processes. Sort and show the processes and actions that are most relevant to you.
Track and evaluate your processes Gain visibility into state changes and process updates within your personalized ‘My changes’ and ‘Processes I own’ dashboards. Get a real-time process health summary with team engagement stats and automatic tracking of processes that are in progress, awaiting approval, published, or out of date.
Easily visualize your business operations
Inspect and easily update your processes with simple navigation and process ownership tools. Personalize your dashboard with filters, edit, and approve processes with one click. No formal training required.
Collaborate with real-time feedback
Simple, yet powerful collaboration tools make it easy to notify your team of changes and allow for feedback in real-time. Automated change logs, RACI table updates, and stakeholder email notifications increase process auditability and encourage team engagement.
Quickly approve process changes
Configure approvers, stakeholders, and editors to approve changes to your process with just one click. Improve risk management by embedding control points into live processes. Establish mandatory signoff, escalations, and notifications directly from your dashboard.
Manage process variations and cut out inefficiencies
Enable your team to effectively collaborate and optimize processes with fully-configurable #LEAN, #OFI, and #Waste tags. Lean reporting and real-time recalculations allow for flexibility and accountability. Configurable variation lists standardize processes across global teams.
The need for digital transformation dominates business strategy today, and there are two obvious consequences for IT. First, demand for application development is at an all-time high. Second, speed and agility are more important than ever before.
As an organisation how prepared are you to respond to the new obligations, disruptions & opportunities in your market place? Do you need to drive your ‘Agile’ and ‘DevOps‘ maturity index to new levels [do you know what they are and currently measure them? Do you need to build skills rapidly, across multiple members of your team? Do you need ‘Low-Code’ but just don’t know where to start? Do you need the enablement blended with skills and in-house solutions tailored to your needs?
The ‘Agility Academy’ brings together our Low-Code Clinics, mentored support, PoC development into a unified program so that CIO’s and IT Managers can orchestrate who gets skilled, when, with alerts and line of sight of the teams progress and achievements.
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We wanted not only to understand whether organizations were investing in agile, but also to gauge the progress of these practices. So, we asked respondents to assess their level of agile adoption using this five-level maturity model.
Agile Maturity Model:
- Level 1 – Initial: We lack consistency and need training to get everyone aligned.
- Level 2 – Just Started: Processes not fully defined. Basic level of agile adoption. Development and testing are not fully in sync yet.
- Level 3 – Defined: Our whole team is using well-defined agile processes, and we’re consistently delivering spring after sprint.
- Level 4 – Measured: We’re measuring code quality and other key measures. Our focus is on engineering maturity.
- Level 5 – Optimizing: We develop on schedule and release on demand. We’ve invested in automation for continuous integration and deployment. Consistent delivery across teams. Self-organized, sustainable, continuous improvement based on KPIs.
The average response was 2.6; meaning typically respondents said their agile maturity was somewhere between “Just Started” and “Defined”.
We compared results between organizations that were and were not using low-code. As shown below, users of low-code rated their agile maturity slightly higher than organizations that were not using low-code.
We wanted not only to understand whether organizations were investing in DevOps, but also to gauge the progress of these practices. So, we asked respondents to assess their level of DevOps adoption using this five-level maturity model.
DevOps Maturity Model:
- Level 1 – Not Started: Outages, war-rooms, blame, unplanned work, delays, and defects.
- Level 2 – Starting: Thinking about cultural change, starting to write scripts, looking at test automation.
- Level 3 – Fundamental: Automated build, cross-functional teams, product-focused, cultural change is underway.
- Level 4 – Managed: Happy people, integrated tool chain that preempts failure, automated test and deployment, continuous delivery.
- Level 5 – Optimizing: DevOps is done, fine-tuned, and tied tightly to business goals.
The average response was 2.4; meaning respondents typically said their DevOps maturity was somewhere between “Starting” and “Fundamental”.
We compared results between organizations that were and were not using low-code. As shown below, users of low-code rated their DevOps maturity slightly higher than organizations that were not using low-code.