Driving Business Innovation: OutSystems Announces Agenda for NextStep Conferences in Denver and Amsterdam
Customers, Analysts, OutSystems Leader to Share Insights at Industry’s Top Event for Low-Code and Digital Transformation
OutSystems announced the keynote and customer speakers for NextStep 2019, the world’s largest and most comprehensive event series showcasing the best in low-code and digital transformation. This year’s conferences will take place in Denver, on Oct. 2-3, and in Amsterdam, on Oct. 29-30 with more than 3,000 people expected to attend the events.
Attendees will hear from OutSystems customers about ways they have broken the barriers of innovation using the OutSystems low-code development platform. World-class customers speaking at NextStep 2019 include Deloitte, Microsoft, The Pokemon Company, GM Financial, Humana, Kent State University, Mednax, Medtronic, Randstad, Aetna, Prosegur, Burton Snowboards, and many more.
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Both events will feature keynote addresses by OutSystems CEO and founder Paulo Rosado. Rosado will share his insights on how low-code is helping world-class companies solve business problems and achieve unprecedented levels of transformation and ROI. He also will show how OutSystems continues to set the pace as the global leader in the low-code sector by demonstrating new product capabilities.
At NextStep in Denver, Gartner vice president and principal analyst Mark Driver will deliver a keynote about low-code’s prospects for more widespread industry adoption. Driver, the co-author of the Gartner Low-Code Evaluation Guide, is an expert on companies’ development of new, more flexible architectures for next-gen digital transformation leveraging technologies such as IoT, business rules management, and artificial intelligence.
John Rymer, Forrester vice president and principal analyst serving application development & delivery professionals, will co-headline the Amsterdam event. He will speak about how low-code is spreading throughout the enterprise. Rymer, winner of the prestigious Bill Bluestein Research Award, leads Forrester’s Application Development and Delivery research on cloud platforms and low-code development.
The conferences will also feature more than 50 deep-dive tech sessions covering topics such as AI, IoT, RPA, and DevOps. Tech sessions will explore a wide variety of topics, including: “Branching Your Way to Low-Code Perfection,” “Mobile Game Development with OutSystems,” and “Mobile Synchronization Patterns for Large Volumes of Data.”