OutSystems Releases Cloud Accelerators For AWS

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Software development platform OutSystems announced on May, 10 the launch of Cloud Accelerators for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

The seven accelerators that OutSystems will provide are aimed at core areas such as customer experience transformation, workplace innovations, process optimization and technological modernization.

According to OutSystems, Cloud Accelerators, commonly known for their fast-tracking performance for users and developers, offer users an OutSystems example of AWS cloud services.

It will also include steps users can follow to customize each accelerator. The seven accelerators include Digital Identity Verification, Video Call Validation, Self-Service Chatbot, Virtual Personal Customer and Employee Engagement Virtual Personal Assistant, Multilingual Chatbot, Multilingual Video Interaction, and Personalized Streaming Experience.

For more information, read the original story in Tech Republic.


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