Vertex Partnership Group posted on 20 Apr 2021
The rise of low-code platforms in recent years presents a paradigm shift that redefines how IT and business teams operate - transforming IT from being an internal service provider into an enabling function that empowers business teams to build their own technologies.
With the right strategies, structures and models, low-code tools are expected to unlock a new era of enterprise innovation. That being said, employing open-source technologies comes with security concerns - an interesting space where we expect best-in-class cybersecurity startups to emerge.
For more on this publication on low-code platforms, please refer to the presentations below.
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Vertex Partnership Group
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