Low-Code and the Smart, Future-Proof Data Fabric

With increasing governance and statutory guidelines for the financial industry, low-code can help bring data policy in line with legislation, too, plus create a data fabric that’s fit for the future.

2 July 2024 . 00:35:46


Show Notes for Series 03 Episode 59
This podcast is produced in conjunction with Appian.

The business benefits of using a low-code development platform are many and varied, from faster development times to an increased involvement of business stakeholders in the development process – meaning a better alignment between desired outcomes and the emerging software.

In this episode of the Tech Means Business podcast, we talk about low-code, and focus on the insurance sector, detailing where and how insurers get maximum value from enterprise apps that are fast to emerge and quickly iterated on.

With increasing governance and statutory guidelines for the financial industry, low-code can help bring data policy in line with legislation, too, plus create a data fabric that’s fit for the future.

It turns out that many of the pre-requisites of an effective low-code environment are the same as those needed for a meaningful implementation of AI. With Luke Thomas (Area Vice President – Asia Pacific and Japan, Appian) and Dean McIntosh (Enterprise Account Executive – Insurance), we chat about AI’s use in low-code and in the wider enterprise, too.

Appian’s website:
https://appian.com

Appian’s solutions specifically for Insurers:
https://appian.com/industries/insurance/overview

Luke Thomas on LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukeathomas/

Dean McIntosh on LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dean-mcintosh-921b8815/

Host, Joe Green on LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephedwardgreen/