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Kumulos helps Technology Partner Betty Blocks achieve Leader status in latest Forrester Wave Report

Today is a good day here at Kumulos HQ. We are celebrating with one of our favourite technology partners, Betty Blocks, on helping them achieving Leader status, in the just published Forrester Wave Mobile Low-Code Platforms for Business Developers. Double impressive, given its their debut in this particular Forrester Wave Report.

Kumulos provides Betty Blocks with best in class Push Notifications with Geo-location targeting, Analytics and Reporting presented through our dashboard, rebranded as Betty Blocks. Most pleasing was the fact that both our Push Notification and Reporting/Analytics features achieved best in class 5/5 scores from Forrester.

According to the Forrester Wave report, the Betty Blocks integration with Kumulos “Unlocks even more functionality that enables users to create geofences, run powerful app analytics and create stylish dashboards” We are proud to play our part to help Betty Blocks achieve such an impressive accolade from Forrester.

Low-code mobile app development platforms are designed to allow easy mobile app development both for rapid prototyping and the development of full feature production ready mobile apps. Low code and no code platforms are helping solve one of the biggest challenges faced by business in their drive to adopt mobile app technology – short supply and the high cost of mobile app developers. They let business users innovate with mobile app technology faster by avoiding the need to write code. In recent years they have quickly increased in popularity as the demand for mobile technology out- strips the supply of specialist mobile app developers. They enable business users to develop functionally rich mobile applications without the need of a developer.

Betty Blocks no-code platform  lets business users build mobile applications that are multi-device and cross platform ready up to 10 times faster than traditional development methods, with no need to compromise on functionality. They charge based on complexity of functionality rather than volume of users and allow businesses to use components (which they call Blocks) to assemble an app quickly; Blocks that can be easily re-used and plugged into subsequent apps built by the business or shared with the wider Betty Blocks community.