By 2022, 70 percent of software interactions in enterprises will occur on mobile devices.1 With mobility demands growing rapidly, many IT organizations struggle to keep pace due to a lack of skills and resources, and the complexity of supporting multiple technologies. At the same time, IT leaders increasingly recognize that mobile must be part of a broader digital strategy.
With these needs in mind, not all MADP offerings are equal, especially when it comes to supporting a variety of multi-channel application scenarios. Download the Gartner Magic Quadrant to discover how the MADP market is evolving, how platforms can shorten time to value, and which vendors to evaluate based on your organization’s needs.
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1Gartner Inc., “Predicts 2017: Mobile Apps and Their Development,” December 1, 2016, Adrian Leow, Van L. Baker, Richard Marshall, Magnus Revang, and Jason Wong
2Gartner Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Mobile App Development Platforms,” June 12, 2017, Jason Wong, Van L. Baker, Adrian Leow, and Marty Resnick
3Gartner Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise High-Productivity Application Platform as a Service,” April 27, 2017, Paul Vincent, Van L. Baker, Yefim V. Natis, Kimihiko Iijima, Mark Driver, and Rob Dunie