AuraQuantic has been named Market Leader in the Low-Code Development Platforms category, for the Fall 2023 Customer Success Report published by FeaturedCustomers. The Market Leader designation is awarded to vendors with substantial customer base & market share and enough customer success content to validate their vision.
The curation of authenticated case studies, testimonials, and videos from across the web, telling a complete story of vendors in the Low-Code Development Platforms space through real customer experiences. Rankings are determined by multiple factors including total number of customer success content, social media and market presence, vendor momentum based on web traffic and search trends, and additional data aggregated from online sources and media properties.
FeaturedCustomers evaluated all the potential Low-Code Development Platforms companies on its platform for possible inclusion in the report. Only 29 companies met the criteria needed to be included in the Fall 2023 Low-Code Development Platforms Customer Success Report. AuraQuantic earned a Market Leader award in the category. A distinction exclusively for companies with the highest customer success content, content quality score and social media presence, relative to the size of the company.
AuraQuantic’s CEO, Pablo Trilles, has expressed his gratitude for this recognition, as “it reflects our continued commitment to customer satisfaction and excellence”. In addition, “it motivates us to continue working hard to offer innovative and high-quality solutions, aimed at driving enterprise digital transformation”.
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