Recently, Mark Troester, Senior Director of Progress Pacific Product Management and Solution Marketing at Progress, wrote a blog about the ‘Develop Your Own Application' (DYOA) trend. In his post, he explained that departments are looking to develop their own applications for specific business functions as a means of boosting efficiency rather than relying on developers to translate their business needs. Having to depend on a third party means a slower, more expensive process.
Along these same lines, this week we announced the findings of our research study with Vanson Bourne, that finds DYOA to be driving demand for rapid application development PaaS. According to our survey of 700 IT decision-makers in the US, UK, France, Germany, Benelux, Australia, Brazil and Singapore, there is soaring demand for PaaS architecture from organizations looking for faster development and deployment cycles.
Here are some quick takeaways from the study:
Progress Pacific, our rapid application development platform, can help businesses solve problems, move forward with DYOA and speed up development and deployment cycles. The platform is really easy to use, even for someone with little to no programming experience. Find out how Pacific can benefit your business and take advantage of a free 30-day trial, here: progress.com/pacific.
For more information about the research study, read our recent press release.
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