Gartner Hype Cycle provides insights to IT leaders in enterprises for technology investment considerations for running, growing & transforming their business. The Hype Cycle report identifies 26 key technologies that could affect business performances during the next 10 years and categorizes them as emerging, mature, and mainstream.
According to Gartner’s evaluation, Rapid Mobile Application Development(RMAD) is at its peak in Hype Cycle & would go mainstream in 2-5 years. Gartner advices organizations are looking for high-productivity development tools that help in designing, development, delivery & management of apps by citizen developers.
DronaHQ’s focus remains on maximizing the mobility investments of any organization while enabling them to transition to digital workspace at speed. It has been working with various leading organizations to deliver unified workspace by mobilizing existing processes and building innovative uses-cases for new mobile apps.
Leveraging the strengths of DronaHQ, An Enterprise Mobile suite (Unified End-point Client, SDK, ready templates, Studio), enterprises can rapidly deliver and manage apps without mobile skilled resources.
In addition, DronaHQ’s Unified End-point Client architecture eliminates common bottlenecks in app and upgrade delivery to boost user adoption. When all enterprise-grade services are aggregated into a single global app, it becomes very easy to build & deploy micro-apps at scale.
DronaHQ is evaluated & included as noteable vendor for Rapid Mobile App Development Tool(RMADP) in Gartner’s Hype cycle for ICT in India 2017.
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