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Pega Expertise Sharing Summit

Lots of companies have turned to low-code platforms to fasten time to market in the process of developing complex digital solutions. Pega is one of such platforms, where the range of products and frameworks is impressive. The platform is touted as an easy-to-use constructor, however, once you’ve gone deep with it, you will understand that there are often situations where some hacks and know-hows from core development practices may come in handy.

In this webinar, we shared practical examples that address many of the common pitfalls and limitations of a typical Pega development process.

The following live Pega cases were discussed:

  • How to upgrade legacy Pega application for a tablet format?Insights from one of the leading banks of Middle East.
  • How to avoid limitations of standard Pega UI and empower developers to customize the appearance and behavior of UI forms? Learn more about components for developing Pega applications’ UI on React.
  • The challenge of simultaneous collaboration in Pega – is it possible to solve it? We can say – Yes! Let’s look closely at the ways to approach a case of multiple users editing data at the same time.

Our Speakers:

Yaroslav Vdovin, Lead Pega Architect, PegaServices. Yaroslav has more than 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He has experience in managing complex Pega projects, building qualitative and secure solutions for the financial industry and top 5 banks in the Eastern Europe, overseeing agile adoption, and running a corporate Pega educational program. Yaroslav holds a master’s degree in mathematics from the People’s Friendships University.

Alexander Lutay, CTO, PegaServices. Alexander has more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry including both low-code and pro-code technologies. In a role of CTO Alexander is responsible for enforcement of best practices and quality standards across all development teams, keeping company technical expertise up-to-date and developing chapters — internal communities responsible for certain areas of expertise.

Sergey Kiselev, Lead System Architect, PegaServices. Sergey has about 8 years of experience in the IT industry. He became a Pega Certified Lead System Architect in 2020. Sergey has experience in managing large and complex Pega projects, building, developing and maintaining solutions for the banks from the Eastern and Western Europe, and researching Pega frameworks and Platform latest versions. He has a master’s degree in physics and mathematics.


Sergey Rabotai, Growth Advisor & Consultant, Business Transformation Lead. Sergey has 20+ years of working in IT industry experience. He has helped many IT businesses identify their points of growth, build and mentor successful sales teams/operations, as well as establish and grow partnership with customers and prospects in the industry.

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