Salesforce sees low-code as a key way to drive digital transformation in a new normal of remote work

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Ryan Ellis, SVP of Product Management for Platform at Salesforce, talks to Bill Detwiler about how the company is helping its customers accelerate their digital transformation efforts using a low-code philosophy.

For years, companies have been talking about digital transformation, but in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies, government agencies, and organizations are accelerating their digital transformation efforts. In the run up to the Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020 virtual developer event, I had a chance to talk with Ryan Ellis, SVP of Product Management for Platform at Salesforce, about how the company is helping its customers accelerate their digital transformation efforts using a low-code philosophy. The following is an edited transcript of the interview. You can also listen to the interview on TechRepublic’s┬áDynamic Developer┬ápodcast.Bill Detwiler: So let’s start with this acceleration of these digital transformation plans that companies have been talking about, how has Salesforce been working with its customers to make sure that they can adapt quickly to this new environment that we all find ourselves in?Ryan Ellis: Yeah. Bill, we’ve been speaking with our customers for years about digital transformation, lots of companies have been seeing how the world around them is evolving and …

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