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The low-code platform allowing all developers to build secure, scalable apps

08 Aug 2017

A market that was once dominated by code-centric mobile specialists is now being disrupted by a demand for high-productivity mobile application development platforms.

Businesses want to deliver mobile apps faster but are being hindered by budget, time and skills.

OutSystems has solved the problem with a breakthrough version of its low-code platform which allows any developer to build secure, scalable, enterprise applications - something only highly-skilled software engineers were capable of doing in the past.

It is the only solution that pairs the power of low-code development with advanced mobile capabilities, enabling visual development of entire application portfolios that easily integrate with existing systems.

The company’s ability to execute and the advanced capabilities of their high-productivity (aka low-code, rapid application development) platforms have been recognised by Gartner.

OutSystems was named a leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile App Development Platforms, positioned highest in the Leader’s quadrant for its ability to execute.

If you want to get ahead by accelerating your mobile application development, OutSystems can help – because to be a leader in mobile application development, you need to get with the proven market leader.

Access your complimentary copy of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms 2017 for the latest insights into:

  • How to choose the right MADP to meet your needs
  • The strengths and cautions of each MADP vendor
  • Why OutSystems was named Mobile Application Development Platform Leader
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