UBT and RRT help families impacted by COVID-19 with OutSystems

Mark McWilliams, Global Technology Director

Hear what Mark McWilliams, Global Technology Director at UBT has to say about how OutSystems partner Phoenix developed an Uber Eats-style app for the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) Australia. This app enables RRT to deliver food boxes to families affected by COVID-19. Built entirely on the OutSystems platform, this app has fully automated the humanitarian process from accepting food requests down to delivery and sign off – all in time to cope with the pandemic.

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