Redington Gulf on How Their Developers Adapted to Low-Code

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Sunil D'Souza, VP of Business Transformation and Information Systems (MEA), Redington Gulf

Introducing Low-Code to experienced developers often presents a change management challenge. Sunil D’Souza, VP Business Transformation and Information Systems at IT distributor Redington Gulf shares his experience.

And the result?

(Spoiler alert) Sunil admits initially persuading his developers to adopt low-code was challenging. But, in his own words, “Today, if I was to try and take OutSystems away, and tell my developers to code, they’d say no. Because now they are convinced about what the platform can do."

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