Find out why Gartner continues to position Mendix as a Leader
Gartner forecasts “By 2024 75% of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives.”1
Low-code has grown up. It is no longer an emerging tech with potential. It is a proven tool with proven results in the enterprise.
Organizations must adapt to keep up with a rapidly changing world. The digitalization projects that were ideal a year ago are now mission-critical and traditional development methods are simply not enough to meet the growing demand for solutions and software.
Choosing the right low-code platform to modernize your enterprise can mean the difference between rapid success or lingering failure.
Download this Gartner Report to find out:
- How we believe the Mendix Platform is meaningfully advancing low-code to new domains like: data integration, workflow automation, AI, mobile development.
- What the value of multiple IDEs, high availability, low latency and autoscaling capabilities on a single platform really means.
- Why Mendix was named a Leader once again in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms, and why we were placed furthest for Completeness of Vision.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms, Paul Vincent, Yefim Natis, Kimihiko Iijima, Jason Wong, Saikat Ray, Akash Jain, Adrian Leow, 30 September 2020
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1Gartner. Low-Code Development Technologies Evaluation Guide, Paul Vincent, Mark Driver, Jason Wong, 26 February 2019