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HCL Volt MX: Build Low Code Mobile Apps at Scale in Your Organization 50% Faster


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Sponsored by HCL Volt MX

Wednesday, May 19, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The ability to spin up fast mobile, web and wearable solutions is key to business continuity and growth. While low code empowers developers, how do you staff your team for success?

Join us to learn:

  • What low code culture means
  • How low code benefits developers & business users
  • How to implement a cross-functional center of excellence
  • Governance models for component-based low-code strategy
  • Companies who succeed with low-code development
Andrew Manby
AVP, Product Management - HCL Volt MX
Andrew Manby is the Vice President of Product Management for HCL Software's Digital Solutions business unit. Andrew is an experienced product and marketing leader, having had senior roles in analytics, data management, and data integration markets for Vmark Software, Informix, Ascential Software, and IBM
Stuart McKay
Director, Software Services - HCL Volt MX
Stuart McKay joined HCL Software in 2018 as the leader of HCL’s Digital Solutions services business. Prior to joining HCL Software, Stuart was Global Leader of Cloud Migration Services at IBM. Stuart has extensive experience in application development, technology consulting, and cloud computing.

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