The NHS Practitioner Health Programme (PHP) needed an automated online patient booking system to deliver a fast, easy and confidential care service to doctors and trainees across England. In less than just 7 weeks, using OutSystems low-code development platform, they developed a new mobile app and a fully automated General Practitioner (GP) care system, which is now being rolled out to 85,000 health professionals countrywide.
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EMC needed to build a portal to help facilitate an open contribution model for its hundreds of engineering labs around the world. So, the enterprise software vendor turned to OutSystems for help. Using a low-code platform to build its portal might seem counterintuitive for one of the world’s foremost software companies. But the company knew that with the OutSystems platform it would get a better, more flexible product than it could build on its own, and in a fraction of the time. This case study describes how EMC used OutSystem to build TheHub, which serves more than 12,000 engineers, and the benefits of using low-code for a massive enterprise-grade project.
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Date: Thursday, July 26
Time: 12:00PM ET / 09:00AM PT
Gartner has identified Software Usage Analytics as an “on the rise” emerging technology that is enabling software providers to improve customer experience. But how is that translating in developers’ daily lives?
According to the results of a recent survey on ISV data trends by SD Times, almost 85 percent of respondents reported that customer data is useful in driving product roadmap decisions, with feature prioritization and user experience topping the list.
Join us on July 26, 2018, 12:00pm EDT as SD Times’ Editor-in-Chief, David Rubinstein, digs in to the survey results and how vendors are getting and relying on user insights to make important roadmap and customer experience decisions.
Revulytics’ VP of Software Analytics, Keith Fenech, will also share customer case studies of how two vendors are using anonymous customer data to cut UI redesign in half and prioritize feature development on their product roadmaps.
Date: Tuesday, July 31
Time: 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT
In today’s modern software factories, organizations are shifting security to the left. No longer just the purview of firewalls, security needs to be built in during development and deployment processes. By doing so, organizations can ensure they are limiting vulnerabilities getting into production while cutting costs of both downtime and code rework. Attendees to this webinar will learn:
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Featuring an analysis of responses from IT managers, architects, and developers across all industries, this 34-page research report answers five critical questions:
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In this era of digital transformation and CI-CD, UI bugs are everywhere and can significantly hurt your business unless you squash them pre-production. Application Visual Management (AVM) is an emerging technology that hundreds of innovative R&D teams are now using to deal with the QA challenges of visual validation. AI Powered Automated Visual Testing & Monitoring detects visual differences routinely and instantly enabling QA teams to dramatically increase UI testing coverage and quality at the speed of agile and CI-CD releases.
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As organizations advance in agile maturity, so do their data analytic and metric needs. Compiling and synchronizing the data of a few agile teams is significantly different than rolling up data across many teams or an entire portfolio.
Without a clear picture of how teams are delivering their work, organizations may be flying blind when it comes to understanding the delivery of their products or services.
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There is a bright future ahead for your agile metrics, and it starts with concerted efforts around gaining true shared visibility into the agile work your organization is doing.