With Creatio's powerful low-code/no-code tools, both business and IT teams can automate operational and CRM workflows
BOSTON, Oct. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Creatio, a global software company that provides a leading no-code/low-code platform for process management and CRM, today announced it has been recognized in the September 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms (1).
The report evaluates 12 LCAP vendors, out of the hundreds that market their products as LCAPs, based on their Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. According to Gartner®, "Organizations are increasingly adopting LCAPs to enable fusion team development with IT and business to quickly deliver new solutions and modernize business capabilities." In their research they predict that "By 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies, up from less than 25% in 2020."
Creatio believes this recognition is thanks to enterprise-ready flexible low-code capabilities that empower businesses from various industries to automate workflows faster than ever. With Creatio's powerful low-code/no-code tools both business and IT teams can automate operational and CRM workflows of any complexity and gain the freedom to own their automation.
"Low-code and no-code application development has become a real game-changer for many organizations worldwide. We are happy to see that the market matures, and we are inspired by how our customers leverage Creatio low-code platform to automate enterprise-grade workflows across thousands of use cases without touching the code," said Katherine Kostereva, CEO and Founder of Creatio. "It's an honor for us to be recognized by Gartner in their 2021 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low Code Application Platforms," she added.
Try Studio Creatio for free >>
(1) Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms, Jason Wong, Kimihiko Iijima, Adrian Leow, Akash Jain, Paul Vincent, 20 September 2021. GARTNER and MAGIC QUADRANT are a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and are used herein with permission
Disclaimer: Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
About Creatio
Creatio is a global software company providing a leading no-code/low-code platform for process management and CRM.
The company has been highly recognized as a market leader by key industry analysts. Its intelligent products accelerate sales, marketing, service and operations for mid-size and large enterprises. Together with hundreds of partners Creatio operates in 110 countries worldwide.
For more information, please visit http://www.creatio.com

Media Contact
Peter Moran, Indicate Media, (347) 880-2895, peter@indicatemedia.com
SOURCE Creatio
Shares of semiconductor giant Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) had tumbled 3% as of 11 a.m. ET Tuesday after TheFly.com reported last night that an Nvidia director, Persis Drell, had disclosed a stock sale of 10,000 shares of Nvidia stock. You can't know the real reason — so you shouldn't assume. It should also be pointed out that the price at which Drell sold shares — $326.65 per share — is not only a higher price than Nvidia shares fetch today, it is a higher price than those shares were worth at yesterday's close, before news of the insider sale was revealed.
The economist and adviser at Allianz SE says high inflation is here to stay.
There are a whole lot of customers interested in Tesla's Cybertruck, but will it arrive in time to fully capitalize on that interest?
More issues have come to light regarding the production process of the Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner, threatening to keep revenue-driving deliveries of the jet halted through the remainder of the year. An internal memo from the Federal Aviation Administration last week, which was seen last week by the Seattle Times, revealed a previously unreported problem with contamination of carbon fiber composite material used on the aircraft. Also reported by the Seattle Times was the FAA assessment in the memo that a previously revealed issue with tiny, nonconforming gaps in some structural components could be present in 1,000 Dreamliners already in service.
Get in on the ground floor of a brand new industry like the metaverse — an iteration of the internet that creates interconnected virtual worlds. Facebook's parent company, Meta Platforms, has reignited interest in metaverse development after announcing plans to commit $10 billion to build what it calls the successor to the mobile internet.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia has demanded that 13 foreign and mostly U.S. technology companies be officially represented on Russian soil by the end of 2021 or face possible restrictions or outright bans. The demand, from state communications regulator Roskomnadzor late on Monday, gave few details of what exactly the companies were required to do and targeted some firms that already have Russian offices. Foreign social media giants with more than 500,000 daily users have been obliged to open offices in Russia since a new law took effect on July 1.
The Dow Jones gained. Oil stocks bubbled as Joe Biden tapped reserves. The Donald Trump SPAC took a dive. A Warren Buffett stock fell.
Wood’s top picks have delivered enormous returns for Ark investors.
For investors looking for options outside of the headline names, ChargePoint (NYSE: CHPT) could be a great pick-and-shovel choice. Daniel Foelber (ChargePoint): You may have heard of charging names like Blink Charging, (NASDAQ: BLNK), Volta (NYSE: VLTA), EVgo (NASDAQ: EVGO), and Wallbox. For the automakers, a technological edge means everything, but the charging segment is more about which company can be the most efficient.
The cryptocurrency's growing applications make it less susceptible to the interest rates.
There's no doubt that the GE Healthcare spinoff and the portion of the company that won't get spun off will be the stronger two, but I think the third business will be the most interesting. Here's why investors should not be quick to dismiss the combination of GE Power, GE Renewable Energy, and GE Digital. As a reminder, GE's plans involve spinning off GE Healthcare in early 2023 (with GE retaining a 19.9% stake in the new company), and then combining GE Power, GE Renewable Energy, and GE Digital into one business and spinning that off in 2024.
Shares of computer memory-maker Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) jumped out of the gate Tuesday, rising as much as 4.6% before turning tail and retreating to a 2.2% gain as of 11:25 a.m. ET. You can thank investment bank Mizuho for the reprieve. Citing improving demand for memory in personal computers, in servers, and in smartphones as well, Mizuho announced today that it is upgrading shares of Micron stock (and Western Digital (NASDAQ: WDC) stock as well) to buy.
Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao fires back at Tesla CEO Elon Musk for some critical comments.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre breaks down the market's negative reaction to many retail stocks on Tuesday.
One is an established industry leader, and the other is an industry disrupter. In this comparison, one comes out ahead.
Piper Sandler Senior Research Analyst James Fish joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how he views Zoom's stock drop despite the company beating quarterly estimates and why investors are worrying about growth as the pandemic drags on.
Tonix Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: TNXP), a rather up-and-down meme stock in the biotech sector, was having a fine day on the market Tuesday. Tuesday morning, Tonix was all too happy to announce that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Investigational New Drug application for its TNX-1900. The treatment of migraines has been a thorny challenge for biotechs and pharmaceutical companies for many years.
Shares of Square (NYSE: SQ) were volatile Tuesday, trading nearly 3% down earlier today before recovering most of those losses. There was no obvious reason behind the move, although all growth tech stocks, fintech in particular, seem to be struggling in the current macro environment. The environment for growth stocks has gotten much more difficult.
The stock market continued to be under pressure on Tuesday, and that's especially true when it comes to tech-focused and high-growth stocks, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq the worst performer of the three major indices by far. Insurance technology company Lemonade (NYSE: LMND) is a particularly poor performer. As of 1:30 p.m. ET, Lemonade shares were down by 6% to a new 52-week low and are now nearly 75% below their 2021 high.
Zoom (ZM) shares are sinking 17% on Tuesday, despite a better than expected quarter on the top and bottom line. The video conferencing company's stock is under pressure amid fears of a slowdown in virtual meetings as the pandemic eases.

source

Leave a Reply