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Schlumberger Uses Low-Code To Motivate Employees To Be Healthier

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We bring you this installment in our Real-Life Citizen Development series to showcase great examples of citizen development in action. This case study was originally published online and is being re-published by PMI with full permission. PMI Citizen Developer is a vendor-agnostic approach and does not publish this example to promote or offer any evaluation of the particular software used, but to instead to highlight the challenge an organization faced, how it overcame it using citizen development, and the outcomes and benefits it has experienced as a result.

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Introduction
Schlumberger is the world’s largest energy service company. It operates in over 85 countries with more than 100,000 employees. The company’s mission is to use technology to uncover the full potential of energy sustainability.

The Challenge
How to motivate and engage Schlumberger employees to help them live healthier lives.

The Solution
The Schlumberger low-code journey started when one employee saw a need to start a health campaign to encourage work-life balance. A first-time Microsoft Power Apps user, he decided to use low-code to build an app to go with the campaign. It only took him two days to build the app!


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