Low code enables developers to create applications using visual tools and models. Developers looking for resources to improve their productivity might find Pega’s low-code platform quite helpful.
Jennifer Gill, senior director of technical product marketing at Pega, joined ASG’s Mitch Ashley for an interview on the benefits of low-code in designing applications.
During the pandemic, Pega has helped customers develop apps such as a COVID-19 tracker for a large healthcare organization, which was built in less than a week. And in just five days, Pega worked alongside the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and T-Systems to build a new app that provides COVID-19 financial aid to self-employed workers and small to medium-sized businesses.
Pega has its own DevOps tool, Deployment Manager, which enables organizations to execute their own unit testing.
Also built into the Pega platform is the Pega Express Methodology, which guides users step by step from smaller implementations to complex transformations, laying the foundation to easily add new app functionality as business needs change.
As for the future of Pega, Gill said we can expect more automation and more intelligence built into the platform.
Meanwhile, you can join her at PegaWorld iNspire, an interactive virtual event taking place Tuesday, June 2, at 9 a.m. EDT, to learn more about the technology behind Pega.
The event will also feature a live demo on low code, during which attendees will learn how to define core app components and what tools they can use to manage and govern low code at enterprise scale.
Check out Jenn’s interview for TechStrong TV below to learn more about Pega’s low-code platform.