Skuid Gains Industry Recognition as a Rapid App Delivery Provider, With Primary Functionality in Low-Code for Application Development and Delivery Pros
Chattanooga, TN — Skuid, the leading digital experience development platform, today announced that the company was recognized as a rapid application delivery provider, whose primary functionality segment is in low-code for application development and delivery pros, in the Forrester report “Now Tech: Rapid App Delivery, Q1 2019.” Business and IT decision-makers can use the report to learn more about the diverse and shifting set of vendors who produce digital process automation solutions for wide deployments (DPA-wide) and low-code development platforms.
“To win, serve and retain customers, businesses today need to rethink and iterate processes on the fly at scale,” said Skuid founder and CEO Ken McElrath. “With Skuid, IT and business users can work together to evolve their company’s digital experience journey faster than ever before possible.”
DPA-wide platforms, as defined by Forrester, combine the characteristics of low-code platforms with process automation features. Application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals and their business partners can use DPA-wide platforms to automate and inform customer operations quickly. As such, these solutions can play an integral role in a company’s digital transformation initiatives.
For example, Baker Hughes, a GE company used a DPA-wide platform to quickly achieve their digital transformation goals with minimal friction. The business and IT teams at BHGE initially used Skuid to transform their sales organizations, and after seeing tremendous success, they continue to expand their transformation throughout the business, looking next to inventory, organizational productivity, and pricing. With Skuid, BHGE can optimize their processes to make their business goals a reality.
Skuid has millions of users worldwide across a diverse range of industries including healthcare, financial services, oil and gas, media, and technology companies. Notable customers include Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and Intuit.
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Skuid was founded in 2013 on the simple belief that enterprise software should stop forcing people to behave like machines. Instead, apps should behave more like the humans who use them, so everyone can thrive in the digital world. With Skuid’s simple-to-use but incredibly robust cloud front-end design-and-deploy platform, anyone can connect to disparate data sources, assemble highly complex, made-to-order applications, and instantly make changes—all with little to no code required. More than 5 million users across 32 countries use Skuid to engage with each other, with data, and with new customers in meaningful ways. For more information, visit http://skuid.com/.