Over the years, we have been involved in hundreds of implementation projects. Along the way, we’ve developed countless best practices to help clients and partners apply the Mendix App Platform in the most efficient way, so that they can build better applications faster, without all of the traditional cost, complexity, and risk.
We created this blog series to share those insights and lessons learned. Our plan is to cover a number of topics (IT/business collaboration, team structure, methodology, maintenance, etc.), starting first with high-level posts and subsequently going into greater depth. This body of knowledge is one of many things we’re doing to ensure that Mendix meets or exceeds the expectation of each client and partner. Continue reading
Using Process Automation to Drive Compliance & Reduce Cost
feat. Triumph Consultancy Services Founder & CEO, Duncan Hall
December 10th 2013 11:00am EST Register >
Life science organizations contend with shifting market conditions that require them to continuously evolve their systems and processes. As is the case in most highly regulated industries, this business environment leads to gaps between application functionality and business process requirements that create often undetected operational risk. As downwards pressure on R&D budgets continues to constrain CIOs and project teams alike, the Life Sciences industry is looking for ways to drive better intelligence and get more value from its clinical systems. Continue reading
Beloved community! Thank you for your steady stream of feedback on the Mendix App Platform. Besides building great new features, like layouts and App Services in Mendix 5, your input allows us to build countless small but convenient features. Hopefully, these features make Mendix a breeze to work with, so you can turn your great ideas into great products.
Usually we ‘just ship’ these improvements with our releases without highlighting them. But we want you to know that you are being heard! Here are some cherry-picked user-driven enhancements which were part of our latest releases: Continue reading
Last week, we updated one of the core components of the Mendix App Platform: Mendix Business Modeler 4.7.0. This maintenance release contains various improvements and bug fixes. In this post, we highlight a few of the enhancements: Continue reading
When the IT team at Kao, a multi-billion dollar beauty care manufacturer, first heard that Mendix could shrink development of new business apps from months to days, their initial reaction was that it sounded too good to be true. Their experience quickly proved otherwise.
In the video below, Matthias Bartels, Kao’s SAP SD/CRM Business Application Leader, shares his experience with Mendix, saying “Time to market is shortened by 10 times faster, maybe more. I read that and I didn’t believe it. But now I see that it’s working.” Continue reading
Editor’s note: In his latest post, Senior Consultant Michael Guido offers tips and tricks from the trenches to help beginners become proficient visual modelers with Mendix.
Thanks to Mendix’s continued rapid growth (109% in the first half of 2013 alone), we are constantly training new folks on how to use the Mendix App Platform and its visual, model-driven development capabilities. As we work to continually increase the competency of our new customers, partners, and employees, I have seen a few reoccurring mistakes that beginners should avoid. In this post, I will outline nine pro tips to help beginners become better visual modelers with Mendix. Continue reading
Because Mendix is growing at such a torrid pace, several of our offices around the world have literally been bursting at the seams. While that’s a good problem to have, we knew we would need to move on and up to accommodate our continued growth and expansion.
In May, we opened our new European headquarters, expanding into a beautiful 20,000-square-foot space next to Rotterdam’s iconic Erasmus Bridge. At the time, we also announced plans to double our corporate headquarters in Boston’s Seaport district. (Stay tuned for more exciting details on that move.) Continue reading