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OutSystems bags $360m in funding to fuel expansion, innovation

Low-code application platform specialist OutSystems has formally announced a colossal $360m funding round. What does it mean? In our recent in-depth profile of OutSystems, we highlighted: “OutSystems bridges two worlds very effectively indeed: first,...


Appian: all in on Case Management, Intelligent Automation

At Appian’s annual user conference last month the company showed how it’s embracing Case Management and the notion of Intelligent Automation; the two come together in a new product. Although the Appian Platform has...

Software Development

Low-code app development – second time around

Low-code app development tools have existed for over 20 years, but for a long time they were a niche concern. The tradeoffs they brought were too big for many people to embrace. Now we have different circumstances, though, and the technology’s improved, too. It looks like low-code app development tools will go a lot further second time around.


Another RPA+BPM partnership: Software AG and Kryon Systems

On October 31st Software AG and Kryon Systems announced a new partnership that sees Software AG selling and distributing Kryon Systems’ RPA technology alongside its own Dynamic Apps Platform. On the heels of Appian’s tie-up with Blue Prism, IBM’s tie-up with Automation Anywhere and Pegasystems’ acquisition of OpenSpan, this new partnership shows how digital platform […]

Google Cloud

The gloves are off: Getting serious with Google Cloud

Google opened up its offices in London this week for the Google Cloud EMEA Analyst Summit. Although ostensibly ‘cloud’ in name, it was a chance for the company to show off advances in Android and Chromebooks, though it was the G-Suite (office and productivity tools) and Google Cloud Platform services which were of most interest […]

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TIBCO has vision and chops. Can it bring its customers along?

At the TIBCO NOW conference in San Diego, the venerable independent middleware pioneer unveiled a set of new products and capabilities, building on announcements at its Berlin event earlier in 2017. Slimmed down, pushing forward Three years after its transition back into private hands (with its purchase by PE firm Vista Equity Partners for $4.3bn […]

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