Stakeholder and end-user engagement is critical for building a successful software application and attaining the benefits of a low-code platform. More specifically, stakeholders and end-users need to be heavily involved in the implementation process from start to finish in order to achieve an aligned definition of success.
Low code platforms offer many benefits over traditional enterprise software deployments. Most importantly, low code platforms allow development teams to focus on the business needs of users to achieve faster […]
VPS will be participating in Enterprise Connect 2021–an annual event that brings together corporate IT decision-makers together with the industry’s vendors, channel partners, analysts, and consultants to focus on the issues central to enterprise communications and collaboration.
Any software team worth its salt has testers. They execute functional tests to make sure that the system works as designed. They are, by and large excellent at this. What they usually DO NOT do, due to constraints of resources, is make sure that the system that worked correctly with 1 user (the tester) works correctly with 1000 or 10,000 users.
For the past few years, both on customer projects and also on internal development projects, we have used the Agile Methodology*. I add the asterisk because no one seems to agree on what exactly agile should be, and no team I’ve ever seen (even within an organization) does it the same way.