How to Quantify the ROI of Low-Code Application Development: Webinar Hosted by OutSystems and Nucleus Research

Atlanta, GA -  17 11 2016

During the December 7 webinar, Nucleus Research will share the results of ROI research it conducted using OutSystems low-code application platform customers.

OutSystems announced today that it will be hosting a webinar featuring Nucleus Research on Wednesday, December 7 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern. The hour-long event will offer a deep dive into the quantitative value that companies can derive from using low-code platforms to develop their applications.

With low-code, IT teams can accomplish more with their existing resources, go to market faster, reduce their costs, and ultimately support the rapidly changing needs of the business,” said Mike Hughes, director of product marketing at OutSystems.“

We’ve partnered with Nucleus Research to give people an objective and impartial look at how two clients have used our low-code platform to get amazing results.

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 that customers received and to tell the story of how they selected, deployed and adopted a particular solution.

Attendees of the December 7 webinar will hear first-hand from Nucleus Research about how Ricoh, a global provider of image-processing equipment, recouped the costs of building its applications in just six months, with an ROI of 253 percent. They’ll also hear about how a UK government agency experienced a 442 percent return on its investment after using OutSystems to build 30 new applications.

A low-code development approach can have a dramatic impact on any company’s digital transformation initiatives, but we wanted to provide something more quantifiable,” Hughes continued. “By engaging Nucleus, an independent third party verified and validated the actual payback our customers are receiving. It’s going to be a very eye-opening and informative webinar, and one that we’re all very excited about.

To learn more about the webinar, or to register, click here.

About Nucleus Research 

Nucleus Research is a global provider of investigative, case-based technology research and advisory services that provide real-world insight into maximizing technology value.  For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter @NucleusResearch.

About OutSystems

About OutSystems - Thousands of customers worldwide trust OutSystems, the number one low-code platform for rapid application development. Engineers with an obsessive attention to detail crafted every aspect of the OutSystems to help organizations build enterprise-grade apps and transform their business faster. OutSystems is the only solution that combines the power of low-code development with advanced mobile capabilities, enabling visual development of entire application portfolios that easily integrate with existing systems. Visit us at, or follow us on Twitter @OutSystems or LinkedIn at

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