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HCL Software Announces Domino Volt With New Low-Code Application Development Capability

HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, today announced the general availability (GA)of HCL Domino Volt,a new low-code capability builton the HCL Domino platform. This release continues HCL’s commitment to transform over 10 million enterprise-grade apps powering business for more than 15,000 customers. Starting today:

·Domino Volt adds low code to your team’s arsenal. Traditional app developments are time-consuming, expensive to build, and rely heavily on IT developers and resources. Domino Volt puts more power in the hands of business users and IT staff, providing them the ability to build enterprise apps lightning fast to quickly overcome challenges and react to market demands.  

·Domino Volt builds apps 70% faster. Domino Volt users can create web apps complete with forms, views, and workflows in minutes, even from a spreadsheet. More technical developers can build apps up to 70% faster and efficiently extend them with integrations, customized CSS, JavaScript, and REST APIs. Domino Volt apps are native Domino apps; customers can deploy, manage, and extend the functionality of their apps and deliver them on mobile devices quickly.

·Domino Volt is powered by Domino. Domino has always been a leader in application development, business transformation, and automation. Built on Domino, Domino Volt offers low-code tools with advanced enterprise-grade scale and functionality — with stability and security built in. See increased productivity and enjoy the same low total cost of ownership the trusted and proven Domino platform already provides. 

“Domino Volt continues our mission of relentlessly innovating and modernizing the Domino apps that run the business of more than 15,000 customers worldwide. With this release, we are empowering the business users closest to daily processes and issues to build their own apps that not only solve their challenges, but align with their business processes and workflows,” said Darren Oberst, CVP and Head of HCL Software. “From departmental to mission-critical apps, we want to extend the value of Domino to everyone in the organization.”