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If you are a current SAP customer, when do you plan to migrate to SAP S/4HANA?

Top Answer: No plan to migrate soon.

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Which sites do you use to recruit developers?

Top Answer: No site. We built a pipeline and we get a lot of referrals fro current and pass dev.

What are your thoughts on SaaS management platforms (SMP)?

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What’s the main cause of the low-code/pro-code chasm?

Top Answer: Low-code and pro-code teams are working in separate silos, independently. You can't connect them. If we did have a way to connect, then they could work as one team: Low-code developers can build certain things, and then pro-code developers can improve them or take them to the next level. As long as they are working on the same code base, it would be more productive. With these modern agile teams, you can engage more and more business users and get their input on these projects as well. I believe the software industry is like the movie industry, because both are creative and try to provide a better experience for the end user. Developers are visual: We spend a lot of time in front of a whiteboard. We draw stuff and that's how we communicate. So why can't developers get the advantage of the same drawing method when they’re coding? Low-code platforms need to include the concept of proper drawing using notations that developers are familiar with so they can draw and edit at the same time. If we find a platform to support that work and address the problems highlighted above, then we can bridge the low-code/pro-code chasm that organizations are experiencing.

What are the main challenges you face with using cloud cms?

Top Answer: Backup and restore. Often all or nothing, lack of granularity, lack of easy cloning of environments for test purposes