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Launching App Innovation Assessment

Getting a new application development project up and running is challenging; understanding user and business needs, the current and future state of your data and processes, aligning with business and technology strategies, creating an architecture, planning a roadmap, understanding costs. The whole process can be daunting!

Launching App Innovation Assessment

To take the stress out of this process, Intergen has launched a free App Innovation Assessment (PDF), a two-day app ideation consultancy that can quickly provide the answers you need to build a strong business case or kick off a proof of concept.

The App Innovation Assessment sets the foundation for how you can drive value from your next application, taking the risk out of innovation, and delivering faster time to value.

Our expert team will guide you through a full-day discovery workshop exploring user journeys, scope, the technical solution, roadmap and indicative investment to upgrade or create a new application based on Microsoft Azure Cloud and leveraging Azure App Foundry – our answer to quickly building enterprise apps. We will then write up a report and present our findings and recommendations to you providing the information you need to move forward.

By leveraging Azure App Foundry and our extensive experience in building applications, you can take advantage of an enterprise-scale platform that has been field tested and is trusted to deliver.  We are confident in significantly reducing the development time, cost and risk in creating your new solution.

 

Visit the Azure App Foundry site to find out how Intergen can help you reinvent your approach to enterprise application development.

Azure App Foundry is the low-code answer to building enterprise apps

Posted by: Toby Spendiff, General Manager Digital, Data & AI | 27 February 2020

Tags: Microsoft Azure, Application development, Azure App Foundry, Low-code


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