Jitterbit is a hyperautomation pioneer because to complementary application development capabilities that make it easier to use and give customers with a wider range of application-building demands more deployment options.
The top no-code / low-code application development platform for enterprise enterprises, Zudy, has been purchased by Jitterbit, a global pioneer in empowering transformation through automation. The agreement’s terms weren’t made public.
Many different commercial and governmental entities, including Optum, Otis Worldwide Inc., and the Department of Defense, as well as retail and media companies like J. Crew Group and iHeartMedia, use Zudy’s platform, Vinyl. Without writing a single line of code, businesses can create robust, fully connected, bi-directional apps for on-premise deployment using Vinyl.
The company’s dedication to provide a best-in-class set of tools and services for integrating and automating business processes is further illustrated by the expansion of Jitterbit’s current capabilities in the no-code / low-code application development arena as a result of this purchase. The newly purchased platform gives Jitterbit’s current solutions more options and flexibility, enabling users to access the complete complement of tools and services via cloud deployment, on-premise installation, or a hybrid strategy.
“The acquisition of Zudy positions Jitterbit as the platform of choice in the low-code development space”, “In addition to the added scale and enhanced ARR profile, this acquisition further differentiates Jitterbit’s capabilities, while enhancing our ability to meet the app-development and automation needs of businesses across industries with offerings to serve both on-prem and cloud environments.”
George Gallegos, CEO, Jitterbit
According to Gartner, the global market for low-code development technologies is anticipated to reach $26.9 billion in 2023, an increase of 19.6% from 2022. As the emphasis on hyperautomation projects further stimulates the rise of low-code and no-code technologies, the growth reflects the greater acceptance of IT solutions by business users who operate outside of the traditional information technology role. Through the acquisition of Zudy, Jitterbit will be able to reduce the time to value for businesses pursuing automation and app deployment initiatives across all industries, especially those with strict regulations, like the life sciences and financial services.
Zudy has been used to create more than 3,500 apps and currently serves 150 enterprise customers in more than 50 key industries. It is geared towards large, international corporations and mid-sized growth companies. Zudy and Jitterbit’s combined services and capabilities will enable clients to more quickly and simply create cloud-based and on-premises applications and integrations, enabling them to grow their IT ecosystems and support automation initiatives.
“We created Vinyl to reduce the technology barriers required to build powerful, customized business solutions that easily integrate into and across the enterprise of our customers”, “Joining Jitterbit is the next phase of expanding our integration capabilities to empower companies across the globe to build and deploy the solutions they need in weeks, rather than months and years. We see this combination as the perfect match to meet the growing demand for faster, more powerful enterprise-level application development. Our shared vision with Jitterbit is to enable our customers to accelerate the pace of development and deployment of fully integrated business solutions.”
Tom Kennedy, Founder and CTO, Zudy
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