Creatio ranked among globally recognized providers of best-in-class no-code, low-code, BPM, and CRM solutions
BOSTON, Dec. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Creatio, a global vendor of one platform to automate industry workflows and CRM with no-code and a maximum degree of freedom, has been positioned as a Leader in Grid® Report, Winter 2021 by G2 for No-Code Development Platforms, Low-Code Development Platforms, Business Process Management, CRM Software, and Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software.
G2 is a world-renowned peer-to-peer software review platform that helps millions of businesses make better buying decisions based on reviews gathered from the G2 user community, as well as aggregated from online sources and social networks. G2 issues quarterly Grid® reports aimed at helping decision-makers choose the right solution to solve real-world business problems.
Creatio's no-code solutions have been recognized by G2 Grid® as effective tools for business empowerment. Created with business users in mind, they enable Creatio clients to easily roll out applications without resorting to traditional coding. Intelligent BPM engine and unified CRM with robust out-of-the-box solutions for marketing, sales, and service have been recognized as leading products in the corresponding Software Grid reports.
"Genuine care of our clients and partners is a defining part of Creatio DNA. We are thrilled to have been highly evaluated by G2 for our commitment to bring all our customers to long-term success," said Andie Dovgan, Chief Growth Officer at Creatio.
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About Creatio
Creatio is a global vendor of one platform to automate industry workflows and CRM with no-code and a maximum degree of freedom. Millions of workflows are launched on our platform daily in 100 countries by thousands of clients. Genuine care for our clients and partners is a defining part of Creatio DNA.
For more information, please visit www.creatio.com.
About G2
G2 empowers business buying decisions by highlighting the voice of the customer. This review platform leverages more than 800,000 independent and authenticated user reviews read by more than 3 million buyers each month. Their model brings transparency to B2B buying—changing the way decisions are made. G2's mission is to provide the insights business professionals need to gain confidence in their buying decisions and become more successful in their jobs. For more information, please visit www.g2.com.
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