The Internet of Things (IoT) is a categorized as rapidly changing and innovative, and therefore demands a strategy that is iterative and refreshed regularly as business requirements change and technology evolves.
Craig Huber, CIO of logistics firm CaseStack, shares how Mendix has helped shorten time to business value for new applications. What Huber realized early on was that beyond a platform, Mendix offers a methodology for successfully delivering applications. This approach has guided the people chosen for the Mendix development team, how they collaborate with business stakeholders, and how CaseStack manages its application portfolio. As a result, CaseStack has quickly delivered multiple applications and has a growing roadmap of projects that will create further value for the business.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has opened up countless opportunities for businesses to drive smarter operations. Virtually every device and asset around us is becoming equipped with sensors that transmit data to the cloud. Naturally, many companies are eager to make IoT applications part of their business to drive new experiences, cut costs and generate efficiency.
Join Gordon Van Huizen, former Gartner analyst and current VP, Platform Strategy at Mendix, for this primer on developing an IoT application development strategy. Gain insight into the key considerations, available options, and how to get started with IoT application development.
If you are an Enterprise Architect getting involved in IoT solution development, download this guide to learn the essentials of an IoT solution, recommendations for its architecture, and best practices to get started.
The race is on to harness technologies like cloud, mobile, IoT and analytics to create new forms of business value and competitive differentiation. While the opportunity is enormous, successful execution hinges upon having the right enterprise architecture for your digital initiatives.
Digital transformation is not just about technology, it’s about People, Process, Portfolio and Platform. View this free on-demand webinar for best practices advice and real-world examples in each of those areas to help you meet the innovation challenge and become a digital transformation visionary.
It’s only fitting that Mendix World 2016, the premier global conference on innovation and digital transformation, would include Geoffrey Moore, a world leading expert on the market dynamics surrounding disruptive innovations.
Albert Jaap van Santbrink, Executive Director, Terre des Hommes, shares his experiences from the Mendix World 2014 Hackathon, where 10 teams competed to build the best applications for the children's aid organization.
Tolido brings light to the changing landscape of business applications, wherein more ‘scooter’ applications are needed to complement our ‘train’ and ‘bus’ systems to help us reach that last mile of enabling the business.
Mendix for Pivotal enables rapid developers to visually model web and mobile applications in Mendix, with integrated one-click deployment to Pivotal for secure, highly available, Internet-scale operations.
f you’re looking to extend your Mendix application with custom Java, then this expert webinar is for you. Hear our top project managers, Marshall Worster and Jasper van der Hoek for a hands-on discussion created to make you a better Mendix developer.
Genpact, a global leader in digitally-powered business process management and services, adopted the Mendix platform as part of their Lean Digital strategy, which harnesses the combined power of process-centric technologies, design thinking, and deep domain expertise. Mendix is part of Genpact’s incubation partner ecosystem that brings together leading disruptive technology innovators with Genpact’s Lean Digital approach to develop solutions that realize practical business outcomes for its client base of global enterprises.
The convergence of the digital and physical worlds, enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT), is creating an explosion of data. By 2020, the world’s data will double every two months, with an expected 34 billion IoT devices connecting everything from toothbrushes to turbines and transmitting data to the cloud. However, all the connected devices and big data in the world won’t mean a thing until they are properly applied.