An IT consultancy organization called, Xebia has teamed up with Mendix, a Siemens company, and the world’s largest enterprise application development firm, to offer low-code development platform services. Xebia’s global partnership reflects its goal to become a leader in low-code software development by enabling people to access domain-rich, high-tech services that are best-in-class.

Mr. Bharat Srivastav, Global Head – Partnerships and Alliances Xebia said, “Gartner suggests that by 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity. About 99% of IT professionals say their organizations would benefit from the types of capabilities that are offered by low-code platforms. At Xebia, we understand the low-code space and its ecosystem and have a sizable pool of resources working on it with multiple platforms. We seek to further fortify our capabilities riding the low-code development wave.”

Bharat further added, “We are delighted to partner with Mendix to broaden our capacities in low-code. Our focus industries (BFSI, retail, travel) demand this disruption owing to the omnichannel needs and aggressive time-to-market. Mendix will simplify and streamline several stages in the software development lifecycle with a single integrated development environment, such as development, quality assurance, deployment, monitoring, and management.”

As well as being able to meet departmental needs, the Mendix platform can also support enterprise-level needs. The drag-and-drop functionality makes app creation and iteration easy and fast. Data and processes are seamlessly integrated with existing systems and apps.

Mr. Hari Sathyenran, head of Mendix GSI Alliances said, “We are proud to partner with Xebia to provide organizations with the guidance they need to realize the power of low-code. Low-code application development allows development teams to create applications, experiences, and automation 10 times faster than traditional coding. Xebia will assist customers in implementing low-code best practices so they can reduce technical debt and backlogs while delivering better employee and customer experiences. Together, we can build on existing capabilities and enable enterprises even further with high-end digital transformation solutions.”