Blogs - Fruition Partners

The lowdown on Low-Code

Desiree Kuijpers
Desiree Kuijpers

Lightbulb moments. We all get them. Whether they come to you while you’re in the shower, at our desk or while walking the dog. Moving those ideas from your head to a tangible solution, however, doesn’t always come quite so easily. Particularly if you face roadblocks with resource, time or budget.  Read More

Low-Code vs No Code

Desiree Kuijpers
Desiree Kuijpers

-So, you’re looking for a solution to make app development easier, quicker and more agile? It’s likely you’ll have come across two rather similar sounding options: low-code and no code. Read More

5 benefits low-code can bring to your business

Desiree Kuijpers
Desiree Kuijpers

Low-code - the app development software that uses visual modelling to save your developers from needing to code from scratch - comes with a tonne of advantages. Some benefits are platform-specific, but the overall value low-code brings to businesses comes in the form of enterprise-grade... Read More

How to create internal support for real change in your IT department

Karel van Zeeland
Karel van Zeeland

In organisations of every stripe, IT departments are finding themselves in a squeeze: juggling rapid market changes, pressure to meet faster turnarounds and demands from above to cut costs. Unsurprisingly, then, IT transformations are high on the agenda, in order to create the efficiencies and... Read More

How to refactor into sustainable applications with OutSystems

Jeffrey Meijer
Jeffrey Meijer

What is one of the first things that come to mind when you think of Italy? Spaghetti, right? Who doesn’t like spaghetti on a beautiful summer evening alongside a glass of wine? I have to admit that I am one of those spaghetti lovers but not when it comes to coding your Low Code application. But... Read More

How to assess your multi-vendor management maturity level

Bas van Roon
Bas van Roon

If your organisation finds itself operating in a multi-vendor landscape, it will undoubtedly have some capabilities already in place to manage the services of multiple suppliers. It could be that you yourselves are juggling the management of vendors or that you have another solution in place –... Read More

The hidden costs of IT: how to increase the value of your IT department

Karel van Zeeland
Karel van Zeeland

If you’re a larger, established business that’s been around and operating for a number of years, there’s a strong likelihood that you’ve built up a landscape of legacy IT systems, software, partnerships and ways of working.  Read More

6 key capabilities your team needs to survive (and thrive in) multi-sourcing

Bas van Roon
Bas van Roon

In a multi-vendor landscape where suppliers and internal delivery units often sit in silos, using their own tools and processes and with no unified view, Service Integration and Management (SIAM) creates a seamless integration and standardisation of ways of working. Read More

Management of Change (MoC) in times of Corona

Ruud Koot
Ruud Koot

Behavioural change is and will remain a thing. Many Change managers know, what many executives find hard to accept: people essentially do not want to change.And for good reasons, because changing ingrained behaviour requires extra effort and we don't like that. And we don’t have to feel guilty... Read More

The benefits of an integrated multi-vendor landscape

Bas van Roon
Bas van Roon

Feeling the strain of multi-sourcing? Moving from the challenging, chaotic environment of siloed suppliers where ownership is lacking and quality issues arise daily, to a collaborative and coordinated landscape of multiple suppliers might feel like an unachievable feat. In truth, it isn’t easy or... Read More