Low-code leader to demonstrate how its platform can catalyze adoption of Microsoft cloud technologies
Mountain View, CA—AgilePoint, an established low-code leader in the Office 365/SharePoint workflow and app development space, will be attending Microsoft’s MGX conference in Orland, Florida July 19 – 22. The company intends to demonstrate AgilePoint NX, a low-code development platform that provides a stable gateway for migration from older, on-premises versions of SharePoint to Office 365 and from on-premises versions of Microsoft Dynamics to Dynamics 365. AgilePoint NX, which itself can be hosted in Microsoft’s Azure cloud, provides an additional layer of rapid application development capability on top of Azure. AgilePoint will be located at booth #129.
“Microsoft MGX is a conference designed specifically for Microsoft’s own employees,” commented Jesse Shiah, AgilePoint’s CEO, “and only a small, select group of vendors attend the show, generally those who have a technology that meshes entirely with Microsoft’s own strategic goals. AgilePoint NX is such a product.”
AgilePoint NX was recently positioned by Forrester Research as one of the top five low-code platforms across all low-code segments, and, of the top five, is the only one that offers deep integration with Microsoft technologies. “Because of its unique architecture,” continued Shiah, AgilePoint NX can actually catalyze adoption and consumption of the Microsoft cloud technologies by empowering Microsoft customers and partners to create future-proof software assets, which will run on any version of on-premises SharePoint or Dynamics but which are inherently cloud and mobile ready. This approach eliminates version lock and provides a stable gateway for cloud migration.” Shiah concluded, “AgilePoint NX can perhaps best be described as a low-code, SaaS app factory, enabling Microsoft customers to quickly create cloud-enabled, multi-tenant SaaS apps that span and interact with Microsoft technologies as well as non Microsoft systems.”
AgilePoint, a leading provider of Low-Code Business Process Management (BPM) software products, has 1,400+ on-premise and cloud deployments in 25+ countries. AgilePoint enables its customers to build enterprise applications that connect people, content, and systems. By leveraging tools they are already familiar with, such as SharePoint, Office 365, Salesforce, Oracle, NetSuite, Dropbox, Box, One Drive and Google Drive, AgilePoint customers can build self-adaptive applications in half the time it takes to build traditional, rigid applications using competing BPM products. AgilePoint’s key industries include manufacturing, energy, legal services, financial, insurance, healthcare, and government.