We are happy to announce that we have signed a partnership with DXT (South Korea). DXT is a Siemens implementation professional in South Korea, specialized in Siemens’ Teamcenter and PLM. Our partnership has kicked off with a successful collaboration for Samsung. Together with Siemens and DXT, we developed a solid Mendix application for the R&D department of Samsung Semco.
In the role of lead developer in the project, Blue Green took DXT through the process of realizing the Mendix application. The team had a lot of experience in the field of IT, but at the start of the project they were new to Mendix. This Samsung project was a great opportunity for DXT to get familiar with the Mendix platform. With weekly coaching sessions, pair programming, and hands-on co-creation we trained DXT developers in working with Mendix.
Some may wonder why we would enable other IT companies to work with Mendix. Well, first of all, we love sharing our Mendix knowledge! And by enabling and collaborating with DXT as a Mendix company in Korea, continuation and scalability is assured. Not to mention the rush and adventure one has spreading Mendix know-how across the globe!
We don't want to stop here. Mendix is growing exponentially, staying ahead of other low code platforms. By partnering up with IT companies worldwide and enabling them to work with Mendix, we are able to collectively handle the continuously growing demand for Mendix applications!
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