What is low code and why should I care? Ashwood Computer and BlueFinity host low code development webinar


Ashwood Computer and BlueFinity International are jointly hosting a free webinar on the  15th April 2020 at 12:00 noon EDT to demonstrate the many benefits of using low code app development tools to create state of the art, professional mobile apps and to introduce BlueFinity’s low code development platform, Evoke.

Research last year from Gartner predicted that by 2024, about two-thirds of application development activity will be created using low-code application development.

According to Statista, in 2020, the mobile app market will be worth an estimated $582,000,000,000, with almost 7 billion users – a projection which is growing as a result of Covid-19.

Evoke is a low-code, Rapid App Development Platform that integrates MultiValue with open system technologies to quickly deliver mobile, web and desktop apps on Android, iOS and Windows operating environments for all platforms and devices.

The webinar will be hosted by Doug Owens, MultiValue Systems Integration Specialist at Ashwood and Simon Theobald, Director at BlueFinity who will highlight how companies can use Evoke to develop apps cost-effectively using their own staff, in a fraction of the time of other methods.

Simon Theobald said, “Many companies want to develop apps to ensure they can provide services to customers during this coronavirus crisis and beyond. Through our webinar they can discover how easy and affordable app development using Evoke can be and how their business can gain a valuable competitive edge.”

“Evoke’s extensive functionality and usability means that companies no longer need to recruit specialist development staff to produce sophisticated apps. Following initial familiarisation, existing staff who know the business inside out can able to start developing apps quickly and cost effectively.”

To sign up to the webinar please click here.

For more information go to: www.bluefinity.com

[i] https://www.eweek.com/development/low-code-platforms-make-full-stack-development-easier-faster