JobRouter is recognized as Low Code Platform. For the first time, the JobRouter Group from Mannheim has been listed in the Forrester Research Vendor Landscape for low code development platforms with its JobRouter® digitization platform. The highly scalable and agile JobRouter® platform provides expandable modules and interfaces for the comprehensive digital transformation of business processes, data and documents out of one centralized interface. Users can adapt their digital processes quickly and tailored to the requirements of their company structure - with very little programming effort.
This year's Vendor Landscape "A Fork In The Road For Low Code Development Platforms" researches the market for suppliers and manufacturers of various digital platforms while presenting new categories of AD&D pros (Application Development & Delivery) and Business Developers. For the first time, Mannheim software manufacturer JobRouter AG was also listed as a provider of a low code platform with a focus on AD&D Professionals.
"For us, the listing in this Forrester Vendor Landscape is an incredible achievement and a confirmation of our work and our approach," says Fritz-Jochen Weber, CEO of JobRouter AG. "Over the past few years and months, we have consistently worked to adapt our solution to the requirements of digital work and to develop new possibilities for digital leaders and adopters. We are also observing that the market is characterized by diametrical developments. On the one hand, the demand for individual solutions for the digital enterprise transformation is increasing. On the other hand, developers and computer scientists are a rare commodity, which is becoming increasingly scarce. With our platform, we can address this problem and provide companies a solution to help them digitize their processes and reduce the programming efforts at the same time. Our aim is to develop the platform to become more and more intelligent and to enable the rapid, customized and comprehensive digitization of work.”
This report updates and revises "Vendor Landscape: The Fractured, Fertile Terrain Of Low-Code Application Platforms". The whole report can be accessed at here