Redefining Value: Measure the ROI of Your Low-Code Investment
Your Digital Future Starts Now.

You see a problem and you create a solution. You see an opportunity, and you take it. You get it done.
The ability to make change happen quickly in a disrupted world is important, but making sure your change management effort is worth it for the long-haul is critical. Speed is great, but increased velocity without direction isn’t a long-term strategy. But how can you be sure you’re making the right investment?
As a leader in your organization, it’s up to you to bring the best new technology to the table to ensure your business’ long-term success. An investment in low-code is just that – an investment in your organization’s ability to meet the demands of the digital future. Let’s talk how.
Join us to learn how to align your business goals and development strategy for maximum value delivered. We’ll cover:
  • Formulas for measuring the success of your program, from increased speed-to-market to developer productivity savings
  • The results other companies have achieved when adopting low-code for their solutions
  • How to realize value faster through a streamlined approach to app development that gets solutions into the hands of the end-user more quickly
  • How to communicate the ROI of your low-code investment across your organization
Arjo van Oosten, Global Senior Director of the Digital Execution Practice at Mendix, has advised countless companies on how to get the maximum return on a low-code investment. Gain insight into how to position low-code within your organization and set your team up to succeed on the path to digital transformation. 

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Meet the Speaker
Arjo van Oosten

Global Senior Director, Digital Execution Practice

At Mendix, Arjo leads a global team of consultants whose role is to help enterprises succeed with digital transformation projects. Arjo has worked in the software industry for 25 years, and has held senior roles encompassing both business and IT responsibilities across a wide range of industries. His primary areas of expertise include defining and delivering digital transformation strategies, value based decision making, growth strategy, change management and internal PR strategy. Arjo is also a guest lecturer in digital enterprise at Harvard.