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The Everlasting Age of
“Write Once, Run Anywhere”

With the increasing demand for enterprise applications, development cycles have drastically shortened. While application delivery was acceptable in weeks or months, the turnaround time from ideas to apps has now reduced to days!

There is a sense of urgency to deliver fast and in this rush, you probably would choose any low-code platform, because they all promise to accelerate application development with ease. While the pressure to deliver fast is on, it’s time to pause. It’s time to assess and improve your existing technology, and find new technology solutions that suit your business needs.

Over the years, our customers have asked us many questions before partnering with us. If you want to evaluate low-code platforms at a granular level, here are a few questions that would be good to ask. Watch this Webinar to get all the answers:

  • Is the platform easy to use and learn to build web UI or mobile applications?
  • Does the platform support a ‘real code-behind’ strategy? Is the code generated readable and modifiable? Does it allow for interoperability of code changes across IDEs?
  • Does the platform support an open standards-based technology stack?
  • Does the technology stack and architecture of the platform support compliance requirements and existing business components?
  • Does the platform help to build scalable applications to cater to growing use cases?
  • Does the platform have architectural best practices in place that include enterprise-grade security in the app development cycle?

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    E-BOOK

    Old-age Banks and New-age Users

    How Banking Software Vendors Can Take a
    Composable Approach to Stay Relevant

    Consumers expect personalized, omnichannel experiences from their banks. Banking Software Vendors bogged down with legacy systems face a monolithic problem: How to modernize rapidly and stay relevant in this digital-first world? 

    Download this e-book to know:

    • How banking ISVs can adopt a composable approach to modernize existing legacy banking software incrementally, disruption-free.
    • How to build a repository of reusable and  'composable' banking components.
    • How low-code can enable a 'composable architecture'.

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      WHITEPAPER

      Modernizing Insurance Industry with
      Digital-Ready Smart Solutions

      In the world of hyper-personalized market, the insurance sector is grappling with new regulations and challenges of customer retention. Customers are looking for flexible policies that can be adjusted to their requirements whenever they want from wherever they want. The faster the solutions are delivered, the better. Slowly but surely, the insurance sector is rising up to this challenge.

      For the tech-savvy users, applications are the means to perform any business. When it comes to insurance, they expect the same speed and agility as they settle their finances, opt for a new policy, pay the premium for an existing policy, claim insurance for an accident, or wants to change policy renewal dates. Realizing this need, insurance companies are investing in low-code platforms to better communicate with their customers.

      Download this solution brief to know:

      • How legacy systems are creating an obstacle in their path to modernization
      • What are the ways in which low-code platforms can help cut down costs
      • How low-code platforms can help build innovative applications for performing functions such as claim intimation, claim settlement, premium payment and more

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      OTHERS

      The Survival, Revival & Arrival of
      Java Developers

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      Make Migration to
      Microservices Meaningful

      EBOOK

      Application Modernization Using
      Low-code Platforms

      Legacy applications form the backbone of many enterprises. Yet, they are holding organizations back from leveraging new digital technologies – such as cloud, IoT, and mobile – which are required to create modern experiences for customers and partners. To address these challenges, IT teams need a way to both rapidly connect legacy systems to modern applications, and do so while minimizing disruption to these systems. The objective is to maintain an agile IT infrastructure that can evolve and scale with the changing digital environment. So, when old methods are failing to be productive solutions, it’s time to look at other modernization approaches that drives value.

      Download this guide to learn:

      • New digital trends that disrupting the business landscape at an exponential rate and forcing the pace of modernization.
      • The common myths surrounding modernization projects  that will help IT leaders shake off their concerns and identify the resources they need to update legacy applications while balancing risk, cost, flexibility, and speed.
      • A three stage framework that strategically evaluates business applications, maximizes existing investments and bridges technical as well as functional gaps.
      • Why application modernization failed in the past and when the low-code approach is suitable?

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      Make legacy work for you

      EBOOK

      Paving the Way for Modern
      Enterprise Application Delivery

      Marc Andreessen once famously said, “Software is eating the world” to refer to the software-driven innovation revolution and the need for every company to become a software company. Software is delivered in the form of applications - IT’s home turf. Then, why is IT still struggling to enable enterprises steer through today’s challenges? Why haven’t CIOs been able to expand their role as leader of a customer-facing function? Because traditional application delivery is broken and cannot keep up with the demands of the digital age. However, Low-code Platforms are emerging as key enablers to innovation by simplifying the development and deployment of custom enterprise apps. We explain how you can create an innovation sandbox with Low-code Platforms so that you can stay ahead of rapidly evolving customer expectations and digital disruptions

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        WaveMaker Rapid: Low-code
        Development Platform

        WaveMaker platform revolutionizes how enterprises build, deliver and manage modern custom applications, improving business agility and fostering innovation. WaveMaker leverages the latest trends and technologies in Rapid App Development (RAD) such as multi-device auto-responsive interfaces and componentized app assembly, Docker for app-optimized container deployment on private infrastructures, and APIs and Microservices Architecture (MSA) for scalable integration.

        WaveMaker offers a visual model for development of apps. Code generated is to open standards like Angular, Spring, Hibernate etc. and there is absolutely no vendor lock in. You can develop your apps on WaveMaker and deploy it anywhere. WaveMaker apps can easily be integrated with other web services and systems. If you are looking for a rapid ROI, WaveMaker is the right platform.

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          10 point checklist to evaluate
          a RAD platform

          Low-code RAD platforms are the new school of thought for enterprises when it comes to create modern web and mobile applications for their business requirements. As most enterprises are still in the early adoption phase of a RAD platform, they need to understand how it will benefit their business and how easy it is for enterprises to adjust to a RAD platform. We have collated the best features as a checklist that will help evaluate a RAD platform for your enterprise and help you make an informed decision