Pega GenAI Blueprint Turbocharges App Design Process

Pegasystems has introduced Pega GenAI Blueprint – a collaborative application that combines the power of generative AI with Pega’s industry best practices to turbocharge the app design process.

Traditional design processes sabotage success and innovation from the start by not stimulating design thinking or driving stakeholder alignment. And while generative AI helps, most approaches focus solely on churning out software code instead of optimizing application workflows for efficiency or industry best practices. It’s no wonder that, according to McKinsey, 70% of transformational projects fail.   

Pega GenAI Blueprint enables teams to accelerate the journey from idea to implementation. Users briefly describe the app’s purpose, and the intuitive interface guides them by laying out the workflow elements and captures all feedback while facilitating collaboration.

The Pega GenAI engine leverages Pega’s decades of industry knowledge to design optimized application blueprints, which incorporates best practice workflow processes, data models, and integrations. Once the design is finalized, the blueprint seamlessly feeds into the Pega Platform, transforming it into an enterprise-grade, cloud-architected workflow application that is optimized for their business.  

“Deploying a workflow app involves much more than just generating code – it starts with an optimized design grounded in best practices and configured for the unique needs of an enterprise. Done poorly, these initial steps could lead to missed deadlines, cost overruns, and mismatched expectations later on,” said Kerim Akgonul, chief product officer, Pega. “By eliminating the common obstacles that have long plagued app design, Pega GenAI Blueprint expedites the journey to an optimal design and ensures everyone is on the same page. Now the once daunting app design process becomes less intimidating, which can fuel even greater ambition to dream up additional groundbreaking apps that will propel organizations to new heights.”

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