Adapting, evolving and recovering through digital transformation in times of uncertainty.

In times of uncertainty, businesses have to adapt and evolve to protect their employees, while ensuring business continuity throughout the supply chain, and continuing to delight their customers.

For many organizations, it’s nothing short of accelerating their digital transformation. The rise of the digital economy has been made more apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic, as organizations of all sizes and across all industries becomes ‘software-defined’ – data is the fuel, and applications are the engines.

Whatever stage of digital transformation you’re in, your application development must be fast, secure and future-proofed. Only then would you survive and thrive as an adaptive and resilient organization, providing the right employee and customer experience so needful in these times.

DigiconAsia and OutSystems came together to bring you a virtual session to discuss some key considerations when adapting to the ‘next normal’ we are facing:

  • How social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to rethink business transformation, or to accelerate their digital transformation
  • In what ways customer and employee experience have been affected, and how technology help to address some of these challenges
  • Some critical capabilities organizations need to develop as the rise of the digital economy becomes so much more apparent during the pandemic
  • How to be more nimble and agile for the ‘next normal’. With application development now a business-critical aspect of almost every business, what are some innovations and strategies that have been effectively employed to ensure business continuity and accelerate digital transformation
  • How organizations could be more future-ready by deploying a low-code platform
  • Some best practices and tips to chart the course of recovery from the pandemic

Listen in as we discuss the challenges and opportunities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, answer some audience questions, as well as a short demo of how you could quickly and easily adopt low-code.