Baker Tilly creates an Xtreme Low Code competence center in association with Quidgest
Baker Tilly is a US$3.9bn global organization with member firms in more than 146 territories providing services in the fields of audit & assurance, Corporate Finance, Legal, Tax, Business Solutions & Consulting and Outsourcing through 746 offices employing 35,000+ staff.
Baker Tilly started a new center of competency designated Xtreme Low Code, using Quidgest’s Genio, the unique platform able to, automatically, generate code in the technology of choice, purely based on models (MDSE-Model-Driven Software Engineering). The automatically generated code is fully web-based, only to be used by browsers, and fully responsive so that any mobile equipment can be used without the need for different apps. The automatically generated solutions are deployed in 1/10 of the usual market time and with only 1/10 of the usual resources, hence providing a very, very, small carbon footprint.
This competence center will be particularly useful to migrate from technologically obsolete solutions – “Do not feed obsolete solutions, replace them!”, although the need to create Urgent, Complex and Unique solutions is always there, with a strong emphasis on the development time, as well as in the all-time flexibility to keep adapting them to the dynamics of today’s Digital Transformation contexts.
The Xtreme Low Code competency center results from market studies, namely those carried out by Baker Tilly itself, as well as Gartner, which show that until 2021, at least 33% of corporations, who develop their software, will have implemented this type of platform for web, mobile and VR scenarios. It is also forecasted that up to 2024 75% of the largest corporations will use up to four, different, low code tools for their IT and citizenship development.