The Mobile low-code development platforms space is growing because more aspiring, semiprofessional, and professional developers use them to close the gap between demand for mobile apps and the talent available to create them. Therefore, it is essential that tools support a variety of mobile workloads, as well as developers with varying skill levels. In this report, Forrester researched, analyzed and scored 11 companies based on a 24-criteria evaluation of Mobile Low-code Development Platform vendors. Download your complimentary copy.
Many companies are still struggling to effectively deliver mobile applications to their employees and customers, selecting the right mobile development platform can be a critical decision. Download the 2016 Forrester Wave report to see how you can select the right partner for your mobile development process.
Kony was recognized for Enterprise Mobile Applications in Gartner's Critical Capabilites Report. Read the Report »
The Forrester 2016 Global Mobile Banking Functionality Benchmark report helps digital leaders benchmark their current mobile banking capabilities, identify best practices, and plan improvements to their mobile banking services. It is based on assessing retail mobile banking services of 46 large retail banks across the globe.
Gartner published the 2016 Magic Quadrant report for Mobile Application Development Platforms. For the fourth year in a row, Kony is pleased to be recognized as a leader in the MADP space.
451 Research published an in-depth report on Kony and highlighted its recent product innovations, as well as key strategic partnerships that were established with AWS and Cognizant, which are critical to enable Kony to effectively compete and scale its business.
Service organizations are in the middle of a transformation. Previously constrained by a product-centric culture and a lack of technology infrastructure, Best-in-Class service organizations have prioritized mobile technology investment. This report offers a thorough look at the current field service landscape—and what needs to happen to make it better.
Companies are still in the early phases of the shift to mobile apps, which is a result of mobile’s mismatch with many existing enterprise technologies, a subsequently fragmented lifecycle, and the lack of developer productivity and stakeholder collaboration. This is not for want of vendors’ trying. From mobile enterprise application platforms (MEAPs) to mobile back end as a service (MBaaS) – and countless permutations of platforms, services and tools – the supply side is trying hard, but has not yet found its sweet spot.
The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Infrastructure Services, Q3 2015 report evaluates 10 vendors on the 112 criteria critical to enterprise mobility success. We’re proud that Kony was named a Leader for its overall breadth of offering, successfully distinguishing their front-end services from back-end services, and providing a highly differentiated set of development tooling.