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The power of low code and its contribution to the digital transformation of the workplace: An IITPSA Western Cape Chapter Event
December 9, 2021 @ 18:00 - 19:00
“Development is not only for developers”. A low-code development platform (LCDP) is a programming environment that enables the creation of application software by business users, and not only those with formal programming skills. This is achieved through a graphical user interface rather than conventional hand-coded computer programming.
The low code revolution comes from the big change in the working environment and especially in enterprise application development. A user can develop a fully functional application with little or no code, and it is possible to reduce the upfront costs associated with setup, preparation, implementation, and maintenance.
Join Nashwin Shannick Kiewitz, Information Systems Officer at Eskom, and Pearl Pasi, Chair of the IITPSA Western Cape Chapter. Nashwin holds a degree in Computer Systems Engineering, National Diploma in Electrical Engineering and works at Eskom. His role varies from business enablement duties where critical and design-thinking skills are applied to perform advanced analytics to geographical spatial analysis and electrical schematic drawings. This year Nashwin moved to the Eskom Business Improvement Department at head office where he develops business key performance measures, business process documentation, Business Process Applications and Design Business Process Automation using systems.
Register to attend and earn 1 CPD point. Once registered, a link and password to join the event will be sent to you. To register click HERE