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July 14, 2022

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Watch Himanshu Arora, global business head, low code/no code, automation, and integration practice at Infosys, speak with Avrohom Gottheil, founder of AsktheCEO Media, about how low code/no code is set to change the innovation agenda for most organizations.

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