Octo Brings Further Value through PMI Citizen Development Silver Partnership 

Committed to Citizen Development (CD) and the use of low-code/no-code options that bring Federal Government customers tremendous value, Octo is pleased to announce it has earned a Silver Citizen Development (CD) Partnership through the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI’s partnership program provides a global ecosystem of low-code/no-code technology vendors and delivery organizations that align with PMI standards that, according to PMI, allow “the world to unlock the true value of citizen development in a safe and scalable way." Marked by purpose and dedication, the journey to this accomplishment required meeting significant milestones, resulting in tangible benefits for Octo and our customers. 
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How to Know if a Project is Right for Citizen Development

Citizen development, which involves less technical professionals in app creation, empowers staff, fosters innovation, and bridges demand and developer gaps. But how can an organization determine whether a project is appropriate for citizen development? Let’s examine the criteria and explore ways to assess whether your project is a good fit.

Maximizing the Power of Citizen Development Part Four: Reusable Components

As we said back in Part One of this series, citizen development using low-code/no-code tools holds immense potential. One factor that makes low-code/no-code platforms good candidates for citizen development is the reusable components they offer. These components in low-code or no-code development are like building blocks that we can use repeatedly to create automations, gateways, applications, and more, all with myriad benefits.

Maximizing the Potential of Citizen Developers Part Three: An Emphasis on Providing Support

Citizen development using Low-Code/No-Code tools holds immense potential. But unlocking its power requires organizations to offer tailored training and support. We touched on the need for training in Part Two. Now we will overview necessary elements of support.

Maximizing the Potential of Citizen Development Part Two: The Right Training and Support 

Organizations that want to excel at citizen development must prepare accordingly. Citizen developers need proper tools, training, support, and established governance. Without these, citizen development can become a nightmare. This article will examine strategies for training and supporting citizen developers to prosper in their roles.     

Embracing Citizen Development: A Strategic Move for IT Leaders

In today’s rapidly evolving business environment, organizations continually search for ways to innovate and stay ahead of the competition. As IT leaders, the push for digital transformation includes the need for efficient and effective IT solutions. One such approach gaining momentum is citizen development.