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Can Today’s Frontend Deliver on Tomorrow’s Demands?

4th November 2020

11:00 AM GMT

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Ger O’Shaughnessy

Ger is an experienced business leader with over 30 years success working with market leaders across all sectors to transform business solutions, services and products. He has held senior positions in Logica, Each&Other and Bank of Ireland before joining NearForm as Head of Propositions.  

 

Ger works with CIOs, CTOs and other technology leaders to validate NearForms propositions in the market and ensure that NearForm is solving the problems that matter most to our clients.  

Damian Beresford

Damian Beresford

With more than 25 years’ experience in the software industry, Damian combines deep technical skill and expertise in software architecture and development with a broad understanding of software as a creative process. An active learner and effective leader, Damian excels in identifying the right tools, processes and people to help global companies unlock their digital potential. 

 

Damian works with our clients on a daily basis as a trusted technical advisor and a project sponsor at the executive level. He ensures we are delivering solutions that match the long term strategy of each business.  

Can Today’s Frontend Deliver on Tomorrow’s Demands?

The average Enterprise frontend is a sprawling mix of technologies, tools and teams that can make change costly and slow and leads to an inconsistent customer experience.  Teams are aligned with technologies, rather than with services.  As technologies change even more quickly and the need for rapid innovation increases, the pressure on the frontend estate only gets stronger. 

 

Why is there rarely a good architecture implemented for the frontend? 

 

Is there a way to engineer the frontend as a platform that is optimised for change, has a lower cost of ownership and has a clear and streamlined skills roadmap? 

 

Can we move away from creating siloed applications and get to feature components that are reusable in a code-base that is multi-platform (iOS, Android, Web, Desktop)?

 

Are there proven, practical and low-risk ways to move towards that platform future?

Agenda

11:00 - 12:00: Can Today’s Frontend Deliver on Tomorrow’s Demands?

The average Enterprise frontend is a sprawling mix of technologies, tools and teams that can make change costly and slow and leads to an inconsistent customer experience.  Is there a way to engineer the frontend as a platform that is optimised for change, at lower cost and has a clear skills roadmap. 

 

As technology choices multiply and the need for rapid UX-led innovation increases, the pressure on the frontend estate only gets stronger.  

Why is there rarely a good architecture implemented for the frontend?  Can we move away from creating siloed applications and get to feature components that are reusable and code-bases that are multi-platform?

Are there practical and lower-risk ways to move towards that platform future?   

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