The need for custom software in the energy industry has drastically slowed down acquisitions of off-the-shelve software. Companies want solutions that can build multiple custom applications fast and at a lower cost. They also want solutions that raise the team’s morale by simplifying automation and enabling the development of user-friendly applications.
In this third of four episodes, John Nixon of Siemens Digital Industries Software joins John Lusty, the Industry Lead for Energy & Utilities Industry Marketing at Siemens Digital Industries Software. They’ll share the impact that low-code is having on data management within the energy industry.
Today, you’ll learn more about how low-code is changing the world of software development in the energy industry. You’ll also learn about the best place to start when adopting it into your organization. Additionally, you’ll learn about Siemens’ low-code solution, Mendix, and the training required to get started.
What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
- How low-code is impacting materials companies (01:57)
- The limitations of off-the-shelve software (03:43)
- How automation has changed data handling in the energy industry (05:16)
- Why field operations are the best place to start when deploying low-code applications (08:18)
Senior Director – Energy and Utilities, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Global Industry Marketing Leader – Energy & Utilities, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Xcelerator, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software, helps companies of all sizes create and leverage a comprehensive digital twin that provides organizations with new insights, opportunities and levels of automation to drive innovation.
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Energy Transformation Podcast
Stay up to date on industry trends and discover what the future holds for the
energy and utilities industry. Our experts discuss the latest on digital lifecycle and
data collection, requirements management, low-code app development and the
impact of a systems engineering approach.