Mendix Named a Leader in Analyst Evaluation of Low-Code; Highlights Include Recognition for Innovation, Best-in-Class Features, and Thriving Community

  • Independent research firm names Mendix a Leader for low-code platforms
  • The recent launch of Mendix 10 further bolsters its position as industry’s innovation Leader

BOSTON – June 29, 2023 – Mendix, a Siemens business and global leader in modern enterprise application development, today announced that it has been named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development Platforms for Professional Developers, Q2 2023.

This announcement comes on the heels of this week’s launch of Mendix 10, the latest version of the Mendix low-code platform. At the global virtual launch event Mendix demonstrated its leadership of the next generation of enterprise digital execution and once again redefined  low-code by introducing market-leading innovation into every aspect of its enterprise-grade low-code platform.

With platform enhancements including additional AI and machine learning capabilities; turbo-charged business-IT collaboration; a streamlined developer experience; simplified tools for exquisite application UI/UX design; expanded cloud options; and tightened governance and control, Mendix 10 is built for the way modern enterprises need to build, manage, and deliver on digital solutions.

Importantly, Mendix 10 brings a low-code approach to new types of software problems including:

  • Microservices and event-driven architecture,
  • AI-assisted development and smart apps,
  • Intelligent automation,
  • Multi-experience development,
  • Data integration, and
  • DevOps automation for multi-cloud deployment.

“We are proud of Mendix’s success as a Leader in low-code.  We see this as directly attributable to our customer-first approach to innovation, roadmap, and experience,” says Tim Srock, CEO of Mendix. “We are invested in the success of our customers and serve as a partner in their digitalization journey. The launch of Mendix 10 is another reflection of this investment and directly addresses the monumental shift in the way software will be built and managed in the enterprise.”

Additional information about the launch of Mendix 10, can be found here.

Forrester commented on numerous highlights of the Mendix Platform in its report, noting, “its strategic strengths are its innovation history (e.g., through its data catalog feature) and its large community marketplace of over 5,000 platform add-ons.” With the Mendix ecosystem of more than 300,000 members and a curated Marketplace, customers have access to a broad range of capabilities, data, and services created and packaged by Mendix experts and community developers.

Mendix was also recognized for its DevOps and cloud offerings, a key enabler for digital transformation.  Forrester noted in its report, “the Mendix runtime is certified on multiple Kubernetes distributions — a unique feature among this Wave’s leaders.”  Announced with Mendix 10 were numerous additional capabilities, including multi-region failover, expanded Mendix Cloud regions, and Mendix Private Platform for highly regulated deployments.

A complimentary copy of the full Forrester report is available here.

    About Mendix

    Mendix, a Siemens business, is the only low-code platform designed to address the full complexity of enterprise software development challenges. Deploying point solutions to departmental problems solves things at a micro level—but if you want to make a significant impact on your business, you need to go bigger and build powerful portfolios that move the needle sustainably and strategically.

    With Mendix, enterprises can take on more complex, transformational initiatives by engaging everyone in capturing requirements, forming ideas, and embedding value assessment throughout the lifecycle of the software portfolio.

    Focus on the right problems while relying on governance and control to avoid unnecessary risk. Mobilize your organization. Build the change readiness muscle. And when the next big idea drops, turn it into an outcome quicker.

    More than 4,000 organizations in 46 countries use the Mendix low-code platform. An active community of over 300,000 developers has created over 950,000 applications – and counting.