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Low-code development enables digital twin creation and takes companies to the next level of digitalization 

Learn about new approaches like digital threads and digital twins that can help connect siloed domains by leveraging digitalization.  

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Personalize manufacturing execution software with embedded low code

With low code, you can take control of personalization needs to make your manufacturing operations more human-centered.

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Modernize the marine industry with low-code development

Low-code development can help solve critical disruptions and provide an easy to use, dynamic solution for complex technological challenges.

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Helping Manufacturing Companies Succeed in their Digital Transformation Journey

To help facilitate digitalization efforts, successful manufacturers rely on low-code technologies like Siemens Mendix and HCL Technologies.

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Low Code and the Case of the Perfect Solution – A WTMT special podcast mini-series ep. 6

In our final low-code development podcast episode, we bust the myth that low code is the answer for all development.

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Low Code and the Case of the Rigid Regulations – A WTMT special podcast mini-series ep. 5

In this episode we bust the myth that low-code application development won’t work for an industry like aerospace and defense.

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Low Code and the Case of the Customer Cruncher – A WTMT special podcast mini-series ep. 4

This week on the podcast, we’re addressing the question of whether low code development is worth the financial tradeoff.  

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Low Code and the Case of the Disrupted Developers A WTMT special podcast mini-series ep. 3

In the podcast this week, we are tackling the myth that that low-code application development will disrupt the culture of a development team.

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Low Code and the Case of the Turbulent Turbines – A WTMT special podcast mini-series ep. 2

In our podcast this week, we address the myth that low-code app development isn’t flexible enough for industrial organizations.