We are delighted to announce that Kianda, the most flexible no-code development platform for business process automation has achieved gold tier status in the PMI Citizen Developer Partner Program.
Earning gold status is the highest-level tier within program. This is a fantastic achievement for Kianda. Moreover, it demonstrates our efforts and participation, along with Project Management Institute to accelerate the citizen development movement by helping people to become makers like us.
Derya Sousa, Co-founder of Kianda says:
“Kianda has been leading the no-code / low-code movement with a vision to empower business users and developers regardless of their programming expertise to support digitization teams and to create technology. Hence, increasing their capabilities of delivering enterprise-grade applications.”
Kianda’s mission is to empower those with or without programming expertise to create enterprise-grade applications at ease.
“We are excited to become the Gold Partner in PMI Citizen Developer Program. This is a great opportunity for us to share our vision and expertise in enterprise digitalization and project management with the help of no-code / low-code”, adds Derya.
PMI Citizen Developer Partner Program
The first of its kind, the PMI Citizen Developer™ Partner Program provides no-code and low-code organizations with a formalized structure, education, and certification program. Further, it helps no-code / low-code companies unlock the full potential of citizen development for their employees and customers, safely and responsibly.
In order to become a gold-tier partner in the program, as a no-code platform provider Kianda met PMI’s specific requirements. Criteria focused on the capabilities of the platform along with client testimonials and case studies. In addition, examples of our thought-leadership in the citizen development community was also explored to reach gold-tier in the program.
“I would like to send a huge congratulations to Kianda for achieving Gold Tier of the Citizen Development Partner Program,” says Sam Sibley, Global Head of PMI Citizen Developer at Project Management Institute (PMI). “With Kianda demonstrating alignment and commitment to the PMI Citizen Development standards they are the latest Gold Partner to join our eco-system of vendors who are supporting the global adoption of low code and no code technology.”
Reaching gold-status in PMI’s Citizen Developer Partner Program demonstrates ISO 27001 Information Security certified Kianda platform’s capabilities as the most flexible no-code, business process automation platform. Additionally, it highlights our commitment to leading the no-code / low-code movement and empowering citizen developers to accelerate digital transformation.
The need for Citizen Development
The exponential growth and forecasts of the no-code / low-code market reflects the growing demand for organizations to quickly and easily create digital solutions.
According to Gartner, by 2025 the no-code / low-code market is expected to reach $29 billion in revenue with 70% of enterprise applications being developed using no-code / low-code application development tools.
The demand to build business applications in organizations is constantly increasing beyond the capacity of IT departments. No-code and low-code platforms enable quick and easy application development, bridging the gap between IT and the rest of a business. Simply, no-code tools provide opportunity for organizations to meet these demands by empowering their non-technical employees to create enterprise solutions without coding.
As a PMI Gold Partner, we are dedicated to supporting project teams to create enterprise technology.
The Kianda no-code / low-code platform breaks the barriers to business innovation by offering a flexible, user-friendly approach to building enterprise-grade applications, enabling citizen developers to fast-track their journey to digitalization success.
Kianda is a no-code development platform for business process automation. Moreover, the platform empowers users with or without programming skills to quickly and easily create web applications to automate business processes and scale them at ease. Furthermore, Kianda has helped many enterprises around the globe to implement citizen development initiatives. That is, predominantly in industries such as healthcare, construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more.
Organizations leverage Kianda platform to transform manual and inefficient processes into user-friendly web applications. Subsequently, this allows them to save time, reduce costs and increase productivity in areas such as project approvals, procurement, customer onboarding, employee onboarding, finance processes, amongst many others.
Kianda key features include drag & drop process designer with 100+ prebuilt business rules, seamless data integrations, supplier portals, mobile and offline capabilities, customisable reporting dashboards and the ability to easily modify and extend applications.
In conclusion, the opportunities for organisations are limitless with Kianda’s all-in-one platform.
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