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45% of APAC companies to create at least 25 apps in 2017 - can you keep up?

19 Jul 17

Digital transformation is the most critical issue disrupting businesses today.

It's the defining feature of businesses – whether you sink or swim, transform or grow, or establish a new, competitive edge - all depends on how effectively you can leverage digital transformation.

With this, the demand for application development has intensified.

And, in 2017, demand is only going to increase.

Recent research shows that 45% of the companies surveyed from the Asia-Pacific region with more than 5,000 employees intend to build at least 25 apps in 2017.

25 apps!

Today, to accelerate business growth, you really do need to find ways to accelerate your application development.

But not with just anyone - you need a leader in application and low-code development.

That’s where OutSystems comes in.

Forrester has conducted two comprehensive evaluations of the low-code development market, outlining the best and most relevant vendors.

And in both reports – OutSystems comes out on top, achieving the highest possible score in 22 criteria in the Low-Code Wave and 13 criteria in the Mobile Low-Code Wave.

So, whether you’re building enterprise mobile apps, responsive web apps and portals, or replacing ageing legacy systems, choosing to get on board with OutSystems is a no-brainer.

By downloading their exclusive white paper, you’ll learn how low-code:

  • Is a great fit for all types of development, including mobile
  • Reduces development time
  • Can help IT leaders expand their development capacity
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