Event-Driven Programming Models Will Disrupt End-User Applications

Mobile business applications are not enough to meet the requirements of modern work

Enterprises have focused on building and developing mobile apps in order to create applications that meet today's fast-paced, modern work style. However, mobile is only one step in the right direction. 

According to Gartner:

"Most organizations should be thinking about omnichannel applications. If modern applications are to be purposeful, they must be role-specific, task-specific, and business-process-specific."

In this complimentary report, you'll discover: 

  • Why typical business applications are not suited to modern work styles and inhibit employee productivity. 
  • Why application leaders are turning to tools that allow routine processes to be triggered by events and monitored by automation.
  • The benefits of switching to event-driven programming models to deliver actionable information to employees. 
  • How Super Deluxe, a division of Turner Broadcasting, used Sapho micro apps, based on event-driven programming models, to send notifications to various teams across the organization and deliver the right content at the right time.

Download Gartner's recent research report, "Event-Driven Programming Models Will Disrupt End-User Applications" to learn why application leaders should switch to solutions that follow event-driven programming models over request-driven applications.

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Gartner Event-Driven Programming Models Will Disrupt End-User Applications, Van L. Baker, 24 May 2017.

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