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Pegasystems’ Cynthia Stuebner Pushes No-Code Software Dev’t Approach for IT Modernization

Cynthia Stuebner

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 18, 2019 — Cynthia Stuebner, defense director and industry principal at Pegasystems (Nasdaq: PEGA), believes a no-code approach to information technology modernization works to utilize “drag and drop” tools geared to empower business users to help define requirements and build applications, ExecutiveBiz reported April 5.

Federal News Network reported April 3 that the approach facilitates collaboration between business users and IT as well as increases productivity compared to traditional code-based development, which is seen to hinder productivity because of the need to regularly update systems amid changing IT needs.

Stuebner told the station in an interview that the Pega platform provides a no-code environment for software development and delivers documentation of the process.

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