Jump Start Registration

Jump Start Registration

All organisations are seeking to continuously improve the efficiency, speed, and quality of software delivery. Time to ball-up your low-code development with a free, one-day training session. Get an overview of OutSystems and see how you can use the platform to plan, develop, change, deploy and manage enterprise-grade applications.

This is a great place to kick off your Low-Code learning and start down the path of Agile and DevOps maturity.

Jump Start attendees around the world agree: this is one of the fastest ways to get started with OutSystems. Sign up now and get ready to:

  • Learn how to develop web applications fast.
  • Gain hands-on low-code experience with the platform.
  • Learn your way through the OutSystems world.

Jump Start training includes several demos, exercises, and loads of Q&A time.

Register now before the class fills up.

The Agility Boardroom [Low-Code Social Learning]

The Agility Boardroom [Low-Code Social Learning]

This is a community site with a purpose of information sharing around Low-code Web and Mobile App development [OutSystems], agile concepts and organisational success?

Everyone talks about the need for organisational agility. The concept of being ‘Agile’ has been around for some years now, it’s still a trend, it’s still cool, and it’s still a very potent input to organisational success!

So what is agility ….. Agility = Speed x Value

Agility is how fast you can react to market changes and requests, or feedback from your users or partners. It’s the combination of speed with another important thing: value. Where value is delivering the right thing. Agility is not simply delivering fast. It’s delivering the right thing fast!

The value of a group comes down to a balance of contribution, engagement and received value. Please note that there is a strict “No Solicitation Policy”

The State of Application Development in Banking

The State of Application Development in Banking

According to our research, two-thirds of banks and financial services firms have application development backlogs, and less than half say that the situation has improved since last year. If you feel like legacy gridlock, regulatory compliance, and security overheads are slowing the pace of digital innovation for your firm, you are not alone.
Over 3,500 IT professionals from 116 countries shared their insights in one of the most comprehensive research reports on the state of application development. In this concise summary, we explore how banks and financial services firms are performing on a vast number of app dev performance measures, including:

  • Demand for new software applications
  • Average development times for web and mobile apps
  • Backlogs—length and whether they are improving
  • Ability to hire required development skills
  • Adoption of agile and DevOps practices

To find out more, download the banking and financial services industry report.

State of App Development in Education

State of App Development in Education

The balancing act of providing a compelling student user experience and maintaining legacy systems for higher education institutions has become more difficult than ever. The competition to attract and retain students is fierce. And, with more choices stemming from new learning models, a college must be able to offer the latest content delivery methods on any platform. Education CIOs have to grapple with serving forward-looking, technology-hungry customers with outdated systems that require constant investment and maintenance and cannot always adapt to the needs of the institution and its students. There’s a better way to deliver the technology students want and the information systems your institution needs without costly hiring or outsourcing. Low-code application development with OutSystems can provide a successful end-to-end digital transformation that addresses all the new challenges of modern education.

According to our research, universities and other higher education bodies face numerous challenges that slow or delay digital innovation. If your digital student services, mobile apps, or other digital transformation efforts seem to be stuck in lengthening IT queues, you are not alone.

Over 3,500 IT professionals from 116 countries shared their insights in one of the most comprehensive research reports on the state of application development.

In this concise summary, we explore how higher education bodies are performing on a wide number of app dev performance measures, including:

  • Demand for new software applications
  • Average development times for web and mobile apps
  • Backlog length and control
  • Ability to hire required development skills
  • Adoption of Agile and DevOps practices

To find out more, download the higher education report.

State of App Development in Local Government

State of App Development in Local Government

Many municipalities struggle to keep up with the technical pace of change that their citizens now require, as well as managing their legacy IT infrastructure. Government CIOs often have to make difficult trade-offs between offering a compelling citizen user experience and maintaining current application functionality. Local governments have been forced to hire more IT staff or outsource application development to try and overcome those obstacles. There’s a better way to achieve a true digital transformation without costly hiring or outsourcing. Low-code application development with OutSystems can provide a successful end-to-end digital transformation.

According to our research, local government organizations face numerous challenges that slow or delay digital innovation. If your e-government, citizen services, or other digital transformation efforts seem to be stuck in lengthening IT queues, you are not alone.

Over 3,500 IT professionals from 116 countries shared their insights in one of the most comprehensive research reports on the state of application development.

In this concise summary, we explore how local government bodies are performing on a wide number of app dev performance measures, including:

  • Demand for new software applications
  • Average development times for web and mobile apps
  • Backlog length and control
  • Ability to hire required development skills
  • Adoption of Agile and DevOps practices

To find out more, download the local government report.