Businesses are becoming software driven to deliver business value in volatile and uncertain environments. Flexibility and agility, which have been the hallmarks of software product development process, are also being imbibed by businesses into their business models and processes.
Since inception, Persistent has been delivering value to ISVs and helping them innovate, design, and develop their products. Today, enterprises and ISVs alike are using next-generation technologies to build newer user experiences for their constituents. Software 4.0 is our guiding framework that helps us build best-in-class products for ISVs and software driven capabilities for our enterprise customers. We help companies develop their digital personality by applying the core principles of Software 4.0, which encompass people, process, tools, and data.
Businesses are building and using software to define and compose technology components to deliver business value. We bring next-generation technologies such as microservices architecture, platform-based ecosystems, design thinking, DevOps, and automation to introduce flexibility and agility to our customers’ business models and processes.
Enterprise Platforms and Low-Code Development
Bringing the software development DNA to enterprises as they build new technology platforms and low-code applications in their digital transformation journeys.
Co-Creation and Co-Development
Collaborative innovation or co-creation in the pursuit of exploratory digital initiatives and technological experimentation to build new business models and revenue streams.
Product Roadmap Acceleration
Accelerating product roadmaps for customers and increasing their speed to go from idea or customer need identification to release.
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