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How do you really make the best of design thinking in your business operations? How can you use it to improve user adoption, achieve a competitive edge, or even
Beyond the obvious merits
Join us on Tuesday, 13th of March at Code Node in London to learn about best practices for developing user-centric apps at speed and scale.
Speaker: Johan den Haan, CTO Mendix
The application of design thinking methods is tightly linked to innovation. Beyond the obvious merits for innovation, there’s value in applying design thinking methods across your entire portfolio of application development initiatives. Discover how our CTO explores four common use cases for a low code platform and how design thinking can help teams deliver solutions that meet both user needs and business objectives.
Speaker: Barrington Clarke, DevOps Lead
One of the largest insurance companies in the world, Zurich is leveraging technology to transform its business by building customer digital experiences, simplifying its business and supporting architecture, and investing in innovation. Find out how Zurich has been able to build a DevOps team and launch five applications in less than a year using the Mendix platform, realising tremendous annual operational savings, and now aims to deliver a multi-million pound increase in revenue per application, per year, through delivering customer portals.
environmental resource management (erm)
Speaker: Richard Zotov and Simon Gibbons
Environmental Resource Management (ERM) conducts environmental analysis, employing best-in-industry consultants to reveal the environmental impact of government and business projects. Using low code development, ERM is automating a report creation process burdened by manual intervention, simplifying the day-to-day responsibilities of their consultants, and lending those resources to better scale its business.
Knowsley councilSpeaker: John Fairclough
Knowsley Council is at the forefront of changing how citizens interact with their government. By creating convenient, digital interactions with low code development, and running a digital inclusion program to ensure its citizens have proper access to these interactions, Knowsley Council is using technology to ensure they remain the borough of choice.
Brighton & Hove
Speaker: Khalid El-Qasabagli and Ali Rigby
Brighton & Hove is becoming a digital-first city, taking revolutionary new approaches to improve its services and operations, and improving the quality of life of its citizens. With a Design Thinking methodology and an agile approach with strong product owners, Brighton & Hove has developed dozens of applications that connect its constituents with city services like waste management, tax, pest control, schools, and parking.
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