Creatio recently announced it is inviting professionals from the Financial Services industry to its online event, No-code Day: Finserv Industry on October 5th. The virtual conference is aimed at arming its attendees with knowledge and skills to drive innovation, leverage talent with a no-code approach, and improve the efficiency of front and middle-office. The event features six sessions for a range of roles in finance, more than 30 expert speakers, and the practical content needed to master strategic skills.
Creatio provides Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Business Process Management solutions for many industries. Studio Creatio, their BPM offering, is an intelligent low-code platform that enables businesses from various industries, as well as system integrators and software developers, to manage business processes of any complexity and quickly build applications for their specific business needs. Studio Creatio offers the unique synergy of business processes management and case management technologies that provide organizations with powerful tools to efficiently manage and optimize business processes. Creatio also raised $68 million from Horizon Capital and Volition Capital in February 2021.
During No-code Day: FinServ Industry, attendees will learn about the latest technology trends, innovative approaches to doing business today, applying the no-code approach to different modern banking functions, and ways to gain a competitive advantage on the market to meet customer expectations. The event sessions include:
In a press statement, CEO and Founder of Creatio, Katherine Kostereva, said, “we recognize that financial organizations are under pressure of being disrupted by fintech startups, and a no-code development approach can address that threat. No-code offers immense potential to businesses; it allows for the engagement of employees without coding skills into workflow automation projects, thus speeding up and scaling the business transformation process.”
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