OutSystems is known as a great place to work. We have an open and fast changing environment where teams work hard towards a common goal of building something great, while at the same time having fun. The work place is informal. Creative and innovative ideas flow constantly, pushing all of us to be ” the best we can be“. This is a company with a strong corporate culture, fit for individuals that embrace change, that accept new challenges in their daily life and that always want to push their boundaries to the next level.
But this great environment is not easy to create, and not always easy to maintain. It all comes down to a simple set of guidelines that we cherish and do not compromise on. Check out the 2012 OutSystems Summer Event Video to learn more! Also take a look at the great day we had, which included sailing from Lisbon to Cascais, followed by the best concert of the year!
Alexandra strongly believes people must be happy at work. At OutSystems, she manages initiatives and processes that drive employees to love their company, which is a critical aspect for delivering awesome results for the company.
Google recently announced a new low-code solution for developers and we welcome them to the market! They join OutSystems and other vendors (see Oracle earlier in 2016) who recognize that IT teams are struggling with huge backlogs and resource challenges and need a faster, better way to deliver apps.
As a result, the low-code market is booming, and ZDNet predicts it will be a $10 billion industry by 2019. But let’s not celebrate too quickly. (more…)
Three converging themes around low-code application development are creating a digital tipping point in the market. In May, OutSystems CEO Paulo Rosado wrote about this convergence. There have been lots of new developments since that blog post. So, I decided to re-examine the themes to see how they are holding up and predict how they will hold up in 2017.
There’s a lot of talk today about low-code platforms, and the role they play in unlocking digital transformation through rapid application development. At OutSystems, we have seen first-hand the benefits low-code application development brings to our customers in terms of speed, time-to-market, and competitive advantage. And although these benefits are exciting, we wanted to quantify the real impact faster development times have in terms of cost, benefits, payback, and real return on investment (ROI).
So, a few months ago we set out to find a third party to conduct ROI research with real customers. Our goal was to provide unbiased and completely objective reports on the quantitative benefits of OutSystems. Boston-based Nucleus Research has published more ROI case studies than any other technology research firm. They conduct in-depth assessments of actual deployments to quantify the value a customer received and to tell the story of how they selected, deployed, and adopted a solution. So they were the obvious choice for this project.(more…)