The Power of Low-Code and Citizen Development Showcased At PMI Global Summit 2022
In December, we had an amazing time at the PMI® Global Summit 2022. This signature event brought together a thriving community of PMI's project and program professionals to network, exchange ideas, and celebrate achievements. Along with partner Joget, we highlighted the pressing need to harness the power of low-code/no-code and citizen development to break the convention and enable businesses to deliver scalable applications rapidly. We showcased how emerging technologies can be leveraged for greater
agility in enterprise IT project management. In the event, our client - Josh Silverman, Chief Transformation Officer at Allied Benefit Systems, also shared some project governance best practices that can help bridge the gap between business and IT, especially in light of the rapidly evolving new application era and the ever-accelerating pace of business change. If you want to experience low-code and citizen development firsthand in your IT projects, get in touch with us for a use case demo of your business needs.
Elevating Customer Understanding Through Citizen Development
Mokxa partnered with Allied Benefit and Joget for a Project Management Institute (PMI®) webinar on Citizen Developer Live - featuring a panel discussion with Allison Swisher, VP of Operations at Allied Benefit, and Alex Dobson, GTM Consultant at Joget. Allison's real-life case study during the webinar showed how citizen development and low-code helped them to streamline record-keeping systems, optimize client onboarding, consolidate data entries, and enhance overall reporting capabilities. Mokxa also helped Allied Benefit to successfully navigate a handful of perceived risks through a comprehensive client onboarding process assessment, establishing clear requirements, securing departmental support, while maintaining a seamless communication plan to ensure collaboration between both companies. Allison also shared how her collaboration with Mokxa and Joget led to a 50% productivity improvement across their client onboarding process, resulting in a 27% ROI. Read the case study to learn more about this.
Innovative Delivery At The Speed Of Thought
Transitioning from emails and spreadsheets, Mokxa collaborated with Allied Benefit Systems to modernize their project intake approach in about 4 weeks. Agile methodology helped in successful client delivery, maintaining their modus operandi and business logics. Through small impactful sprints with dynamic requirements, one Mokxa developer single handedly delivered an all-inclusive solution working along with key stakeholders at all levels from Allied Benefit. This Joget solution allows the users to submit new project requests and receive approvals, determine T-shirt sizing, and perform project criticality assignments in a single ecosystem. With Joget's seamless no-code two-way API integration with the Azure DevOps, the application has provided Allied Benefit with a comprehensive solution to make data-driven decisions and optimize their project portfolios for better business outcomes.
Pedaling For a Purpose: Tapan Exceeds His Fundraising Goals In The 250 Mile Cycle Challenge for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
We are thrilled to share the inspiring story of Tapan Patel, our software developer, who recently participated in the 250 Mile Cycle Challenge for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - the world's leading pediatric cancer research institution devoted to serving children by providing free support services. Tapan
demonstrated incredible commitment as he led this effort and exceeded his fundraising goals to support St. Jude's mission: Finding cures. Saving children®. Tapan's selfless act of kindness makes us proud to have him as a part of the Mokxa community. Congratulations, Tapan, on this remarkable achievement!