How and why CTOs should engage with no-code tools
Colin Earl
Founder & CTO
Agiloft
They're coming. From bubble.io and webflow through UI Path and Blue Prism, the chances are that someone within your company is already building a departmental system using a "no code" tool. As with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for CIOs a decade ago, ignoring the problem isn't an option. In this episode, I chat with Colin Earl, Founder & CTO at Agiloft about how CTOs can evaluate & leverage RPA tools to support "citizen developers" within their companies to reduce the pressure on the core dev team while still getting their departmental needs met.
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