Mendix Named a Leader in Multiexperience Development Platforms
According to Gartner1, “By 2023, more than 25% of the mobile apps, progressive web apps and conversational apps at large enterprises will be built and/or run through a multiexperience development platform.”
The lines between the various development platforms has largely disappeared. Delivering great multiexperience solutions takes more than having the tooling and technology to build the front-end interactions: each experience must be tailored to the user’s needs – the right capabilities delivered in a manner that is intuitive, efficient and engaging for the user.
Yet when it comes to supporting these initiatives, not all MXDP offerings are equal and Low-code platforms have emerged as the optimal way to address this set of needs. Download the Gartner Magic Quadrant to discover how the MXDP market is evolving, how low code platforms can shorten time to value, and vendors to evaluate based on your organization’s needs.
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Why delivering native mobile experiences matters and how low code platforms are evolving to support the broadening of requirements for use cases involving developing experiences beyond mobile and web apps (ie: conversational UIs and augmented reality)
How to close the skills gap by supporting professional and citizen developers in one integrated platform and by providing a range of front-end development tools and back-end services that enable the rapid, scalable and seamless user experiences across devices and channels.
Why Mendix is named a Magic Quadrant Leader in both MXDP, as well as Enterprise High-Productivity Application Platform-as-a-Service (hpaPaaS)2.
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1Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise High-Productivity Application Platform as a Service, Paul Vincent, Van Baker, Yefim Natis, Kimihiko Iijima, Mark Driver, Rob Dunie, Jason Wong, Aashish Gupta , 26 April 2018