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|Industry||Platform as a service |
No-code development platform
Number of employees
|Approximately 100 (2019)|
Betty Blocks provides a no-code development platform that allows users to design and build web and mobile applications without traditional coding. The platform supports data integrations such as Google Drive, DropBox, Salesforce, and other cloud-based spreadsheet and database platforms. It enables citizen developers to build business use cases including data management, customer relationship management, field inspections, personalized reporting, and process automation.
Betty Blocks is a cloud-based application Platform as a Service (aPaaS) that allows users to create enterprise-grade applications with visual modelling and a drag-and-drop functionality. Compared to low-code development platforms that target IT professionals to speed up existing processes, Betty Blocks software focusses on the empowerment of a specific type of business user: the citizen developer. The purpose of the platform is to align business and IT by facilitating organisations with a collaborative tool. The software is ready-made and consists of reusable blocks that are centrally sanctioned and supported by an organization’s IT department. The platform is available from both a self-service model and a corporate licensing model that is ranged based on the complexity of the applications. All plans include hosting, automatic platform updates and back-ups of metadata and application data.
Betty Blocks’ compatible data sources include:
Betty Blocks was founded by brothers Tim and Chris Obdam in February 2012. The platform was originally created as a personal in-house solution to simplify application development among their own office workers.
In 2017, Betty Blocks debuted in Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise High- Productivity Application Platform as a Service (hpaPaaS).
In 2018, Betty Blocks secured a higher positioning in Gartner’s 2018 Enterprise High- Productivity Application Platform as a Service (hpaPaaS) Magic Quadrant.
In 2018, Betty Blocks was named a leader by Forrester Research for mobile low-code platforms for business developers. In 2019, Betty Blocks announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to facilitate Microsoft clients with no-code development.
Betty Blocks clients include:
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