Baker Tilly partners with Quidgest to create the new competence center, called Xtream Low Code.

Quidgest celebrated its 32nd anniversary. The company puts the most advanced software engineering at the service of the best management.

Baker Tilly partners with Quidgest to create the new competence center, called Xtream Low Code.

This is an innovative way of producing software, using a modeling platform and automatic code generation. Now you can participate in ONLINE format courses.

VIRVI is hyper agile emergency software designed for global epidemiological challenges like COVID-19. It is a tool that supports the monitoring and control of epidemics or other phenomena in real-time, giving rigorous support during the critical period.

A Quidgest, empresa de referência em software de gestão pública, nomeadamente para instituições de Ensino Superior, com o seu produto inovador, denominado SINGAP Web, produzido com modelação e geração automática, foi a empresa escolhida para fornecer o novo ERP do Iscte. Vai substituir a antiga solução SAP on-premises.

The Portuguese Red Cross’ new ERP – Quidgest’s differentiating solution to a complex problem. This strategy allows PRC an exponential efficiency increase on the management of its present internal processes and also on obtaining the essential metrics for medium and long term planning of its activities.

This is the translation to english of interview with Quidgest CEO Cristina Marinhas to IT Insight: “The trends will be automation, modeling and automatic code generation”

Benfica TV reported on Quidgest on the Corporate Club program. This report was made in the context of a partnership, and Quidgest is developing a solution for managing members of Casas do Benfica.

Recently presented by the United Nations Global Compact and signed by several business leaders, “Business Ambition for 1.5ºC” is an initiative that holds companies responsible worldwide for setting emission reduction goals and objectives to achieve zero net emissions until 2050 and limit global warming to 1.5ºC by 2030.