October CIO Breakfast Of Lake Norman
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About The Event
The Enterprise Software Challenge: How can I achieve velocity, quality, and affordability with custom software?
Miroslav Samoylenko, PhD, Managing Technical Architect, Development Architecture
Ingersoll Rand Company
The software-driven world affords IT the opportunity to impact our companies like never before – differentiated offerings, better engagement, increased efficiencies.
When we plan for the development and delivery of enterprise software, we always set out to achieve the pace, effectiveness and cost goals of our projects. The “faster-better-cheaper” opportunity.
We plan to build on our agile, cloud and BizDevOps programs and maximize outcomes.
The reality is we traditionally sacrifice one of these critical factors (speed, quality and cost) based on our own situation. The old “pick two” trade-off.
We come up against our own current state (IT complexity, Developer availability, Business:IT alignment, etc.) and make calculated trade-offs to ensure software releases.
So, what can we do about it?
Our industry partners continue to evolve platforms to help us here. One approach is to reduce the coding itself and leverage what analysts refer to Enterprise Low Code.
Gartner states that by 2024,
o 75% of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives.
o Low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity.
In his presentation, Miroslav will talk how the software industry adopted Low Code principles even before the term was coined, look at several vendors in the Low Code market, and discuss which of the platforms are best suited to solve what types of problems, and how Ingersoll Rand are putting them to use.
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