Evoke RAD platform released by BlueFinity
|Richard Harris in Low Code No Code Monday, October 16, 2017|
Cloud-based Rapid App Development platform, Evoke, has been released by BlueFinity International.
Developing and deploying the right business apps are a proven way of helping companies become more efficient and profitable. Business apps that integrate with existing IT infrastructures or provide new applications can either help management teams and employees run their operations more effectively, or can be a really effective way to better engage customers to boost growth.
BlueFinity International has provided a solution with the release of Evoke, a new Rapid Business App Development platform. Evoke delivers web, hybrid and native apps that integrate with all major SQL and MultiValue databases and can be deployed across multiple devices and platforms.
Designed for the rapid development and deployment of mobile, desktop and web apps, Evoke allows companies to build business apps more easily and to extend their enterprise applications to customers, employees, and partners in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional methods. It offers all the major features of a typical RAD environment, including menu creation, integration of device specific features, styling and data management, along with a WYSIWYG screen designer.
Malcolm Carroll a director of BlueFinity said, ‘Evoke guides developers through all aspects of design – supporting them every step of the way. Its extensive functionality and the sheer usability of the product means companies no longer need to recruit specialist development staff to produce sophisticated apps. Following initial familiarisation, existing staff who know the business inside out will quickly be able to start developing apps.’
The cloud-based development process means that management and business users can be fully involved by reviewing the app at various stages of its build, and will be able to pass comment and make suggestions. This ensures the development becomes a truly iterative process, resulting in better apps that meet genuine business requirements.
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