Healthcare Nonprofit Uses Low-Code Apps to Fight the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Throughout the United States, an estimated 1.1 million people are living with HIV/AIDS. Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the southern U.S. is particularly at risk; in 2017, over 52% of all new HIV diagnoses occurr...

Equipment Manufacturer Uses Low-Code to Help Farmers Boost Produce Worldwide

Some 7.7 billion people currently inhabit the planet. By the year 2050, world population is expected to hit 9.8 billion, according to the United Nations. That’s a lot of people to feed. How is the agriculture industry coping? One of the ways is smart farming...

Tennessee Department of Health Cures Data Silos With Caspio

The Volunteer State is home to 6.7 million Tennesseans who benefit from comprehensive programs by the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH). The department runs disease-specific campaigns like its drive against tuberculosis; conducts health inspections of resta...

Financial Services Company Enhances Client Engagement Using Caspio

Hedge funds aren’t for everyone. According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, you can only join a hedge fund if you’re an “accredited investor” or someone who: has a net worth of around $1 millionhas earned $200,000 the past couple of yearsfore...

How Emory Healthcare Accelerated Financial Reporting for Smarter, Faster Decisions Using Caspio

Emory Healthcare is renowned for being one of the nation's leading university-based health systems. As part of Emory University, it is the largest health network in the state of Georgia with 11 hospitals, 2,800 physicians and 20,000 personnel spread across 250...

How a Tech Company Synchronizes Field Consultant Schedules Using Low Code

The public sector is facing a technological crisis. As much as 15% of legacy systems analyzed recently by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) have been identified as “most critical” and “most in need of modernization.” That’s not all—th...

How a Nonprofit Used Low-Code to Send More Kids to School

According to UNESCO, there were 263 million out-of-school children, adolescents and youth in 2016—a statistic that has “barely changed” in recent years. One of the main reasons is poverty. In the United States alone, about 15 million children – or 21% ...

Paragon Improves Clinical Trial Outcomes Using Caspio’s HIPAA-Compliant Software

Researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health estimate that it costs up to $3 billion to develop a new drug. Despite all the money involved, only 13.8% of clinical trials achieve FDA approval, according to a study by Oxford University. While...