[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Bangalore, India – August 1, 2016: i-exceed, an IT products and services company, today announced that American research and advisory firm Gartner, has evaluated and included it in their report – Hype Cycle for ICT in India, 2016.1 The report mentions i-exceed in the Rapid Mobile App Development category. According to the report, “CIOs are looking to business process re-engineering, reinventing the way they interact with their vendors, employees and consumers, in order to create a competitive advantage. The demand for mobile apps is overwhelming most IT groups’ abilities to deliver them in a timely and scalable fashion.”
i-exceed and its flagship app development platform Appzillon is designed to help enterprises build platform, device, and form factor agnostic apps. With a template based app building approach based, enterprises can go live with their digital initiatives quickly due to features like automatic integration with backend services and automatic generation of screens from existing services.
The Hype Cycle report identifies key 25 technologies that could affect business performances during the next 10 years and categorizes them as emerging, mature, and mainstream.
At the peak of the Hype Cycle, Gartner identifies rapid mobile app development (RMAD) as a class of tools used to design and build mobile apps with minimal to no coding required. These tools offer high productivity for developers and non-developers alike through a variety of approaches, including drag-and-drop editors, code generation and orchestration, model-driven development, virtualization, business process mapping, component assembly, app configuration, forms construction and others.
1 Gartner, Hype Cycle for ICT in India, 2016, July 6, 2016
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