Today, we are thrilled to announce a brand-new, game-changing product in our application-development suite. HCL Volt MX, an industry-leading low-code platform for developers, lets you build multiexperience consumer-grade apps rapidly and empowers you to deliver highly contextualized experiences to reach your customers, employees, and partners with the right information, in the right way, at the right time.  

Using low-code approaches, Volt MX provides the agility to create fast solutions and unified experiences across all channels — as well as improves developer productivity, creates better app experiences more cost effectively, and helps you build innovative experiences that meet the evolution of customer expectations. 

Build once. Deploy everywhere. From native mobile to PWAs to wearables, build once and deploy any app, anywhere — even on kiosks! — on one cloud-native platform. Your internal dev teams don’t have to become experts on iOS, Android, or any available platform. Using a single code base, they can build amazing apps with no limits on user experience, at any scale and complexity.  

Integrations without limits. This means the ability to remove backend complexity and unlock existing data and business processes. Our secure integration capabilities hide any backend complexity, helping developers connect diverse systems and data sets easily and efficiently.  

Innovative interactions. Meaningful engagement. Engage your users in new ways with virtual reality, augmented reality, and voice chat. Add your choice of virtual elements, artificial intelligence, and natural language processing engines with ease. You can captivate users and stay ahead of the competition by incorporating advanced technologies that drive adoption, engagement, and retention.  

Fast app delivery. Our low-code development environment provides rapid, visual assembly and pre-built backend services so you can build robust solutions in weeks instead of months. Volt MX lets you visually build back-end business processes and makes managing complex workflows simple. You can achieve more than a 60% reduction in time to market — giving you faster innovation and lower TCO. Your IT teams can focus on the higher-value organizational opportunities that matter.     

Secure to the core. Volt MX’s security defends against compromise, detects, and reacts to attack. You get data and identity protection with enterprise-grade security certifications.  

Join us for the world premiere. We will showcase Volt MX in all its glory with presentations and technical sessions at Digital Week 2020, our blockbuster upcoming event. This event will be broadcast from everywhere — in 6 continents and 8 languages — with more than 75 sessions. Be sure not to miss the session with Richard Jefts, General Manager and Vice President of HCL Digital Solutions, and me, as we will share an in-depth look at how HCL Volt MX can accelerate your digital transformation initiatives, drive innovation throughout your enterprise, and deliver significant productivity benefits to your developers. 

For more information on HCL Volt MX, click here. Or schedule a demo here.  

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Digital Solutions | March 19, 2021
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