Avertra closes the developer gap using low-code development from Mendix

Are you struggling to increase your development teams’ headcount and productivity? Do you have a plan to prevent developer attrition and falling further behind in your backlog? With an estimated 1 million computer programming jobs expected to go unfilled by 2020, the talent shortage is continuing to be one of the largest problems for organizations investing in digital transformation.

Register for the on-demand webinar to learn how Avertra, a global utilities technology company, uses the Mendix Platform to recognize and activate a diverse team of developers to immediately deliver speed and value to their business.

You’ll discover:

  • The different ways Avertra is finding and ramping up resources with Mendix
  • The qualities and skills of the new age engineer
  • The value of low-code for your traditional developers
  • How low-code helps IT increase their impact on the business
December 04, 2018
10 AM EST | 3:00 PM GMT | 4:00 PM CET

Thank You for Your Registration!

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Meet Our Speakers

Jeff Goldberg
Mendix
Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Jeff is a new age technologists combining business domain knowledge with a variety of technical experience in multiple roles over the past 20 years. With projects ranging from writing macros to level up characters in his favorite pc game to coding solutions that help customers turn insights into action, Jeff enjoys sharing his vision for low-code as a force for making the lives of a spectrum of developers easier.

Matt Daniels
Avertra
Director of Products

Matt has worked in utilities since he was 16, and now designs key features and functions of the MiCustomer and MiUtility platform at Avertra. He manages the research and development team at Avertra, as well as the technical projects of the organization. Matt also manages Avertra’s product team on a global scale, conducting SCRUM calls and sprint planning sessions for the team.