According to Forrester’s recent predictions,[i] “2021 will be the year that every company – not just the 15% of firms that were already digitally savvy
Retail has been one of the sectors most affected by the Covid-19 restrictions. Low footfall in the high street has had a dramatic impact on
Companies developing their first apps, they often have tight timescales and even tighter budgets. To meet these demands, many are now considering using a low-code
BlueFinity International is attending the Axiz Multi-Vendor Day Conference Event in Cape Town in South Africa on 3rd March to demonstrate its low-code/no-code Rapid App Development platform, Evoke.
As we approach the end of 2018, we’ve been looking back and reflecting on the year and of course, planning for the year ahead.
For years, business leaders have employed technical teams to ‘take care of IT’, but these days the pace of digital transformation is growing faster than
As traditional software manufacturers look to develop apps to improve support for their customers, Bluefinity’s low-code Evoke platform is increasingly becoming a popular choice. Canadian
Apps represent a great opportunity for business, with mobile app sales expected to reach $99 billion in 2019, according to a forecast from Juniper Research.