Bridging the IT Skills Gap: Low Code, No Code and the Impact on Workforce Development

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Wednesday, September 20th, 2:00 PM EDT

IT leaders in the US are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “Bridging the IT Skills Gap: Low Code, No Code and the Impact on Workforce Development”.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is complimentary and by invitation only.

Bridging the IT Skills Gap: Low Code, No Code and the Impact on Workforce Development

Low Code and No Code platforms are catalysts of the digital transformation era, empowering non-technical users to create applications and automate processes without traditional coding knowledge. These tools democratize software development, allowing organizations to innovate faster, reduce costs, and bridge the IT skills gap. They simplify complex processes, reducing reliance on extensive programming. 

By enabling citizen developers, Low Code/No Code solutions accelerate digital transformation, fostering an agile environment that responds quickly to changing business demands. As businesses strive to stay competitive in the digital age, these platforms are essential, driving digital inclusivity, speeding up digitization processes, and encouraging a culture of digital creativity. Embracing Low Code and No Code is becoming less and less of an option and more of a necessary step in successful, modern digital transformation.

  • What challenges do companies face in app development today? What solutions are being explored?
  • What role do Low Code/No Code solutions play in accelerating the pace of digital transformation in businesses?
  • How are companies today planning to leverage Low Code/No Code platforms to shape the future of digital transformation and the workforce’s skill requirements?

Join leaders interested in discussing the transformative potential of Low Code/No Code platforms in the digital era, the implications for future workforce skill requirements, and strategies for maximizing their utilization in accelerating digital transformation.

Job titles may include CTO, Head/VP/Director of IT and Digital Transformation, and other senior decision-makers.

1:55 PM: Log in of the guests
2:00 PM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
2:10 PM: Short address by Kissflow
2:15 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator
3:15 PM: Discussion brought to a close and guests

Hosted by Kissflow and Google