Infor has announced that Nucleus Research has positioned Infor as a Leader in its Low-Code Application Platforms (LCAP) Value Matrix. Infor’s position is based on its Infor Mongoose low-code application development framework, which is designed to help simplify the process of designing and deploying software applications. Part of the Infor OS (Operating Service) ecosystem, Infor Mongoose supports Infor CloudSuite customers with improved scalability and flexibility.
According to the Value Matrix report, “Infor Mongoose excels at building simplified applications and gives users the tools and depth to create complex enterprise software solutions.” The report notes that the Infor Mongoose framework “covers an extensive range of capabilities ranging from automatic web rendering, multi-device support, flexible integration, diagnostic and monitoring capabilities, agile cloud deployment, and low cost of ownership.”
David Heffler, Infor VP of product management, said, “Our Infor Mongoose rapid application development framework provides customers with tools designed to help them develop low-code, no-code, and full-stack, enterprise-ready solutions accessible across any device. Combined with the other elements of our Infor OS cloud platform, this framework can ultimately enable customers to reduce integration complexity, maintenance and monitoring, and manual processes — while helping to increase employee productivity and enterprise-scale performance.”
The Nucleus Research Value Matrix report states that, “Rapid application development is the central focus of the Infor Mongoose platform, and the toolsets provided to developers and non-technical users ensure that the amount of program coding required by users is minimized.” In addition, the report states, “Extendibility and adaptability also prove to be a pillar of the Infor Mongoose structure, supporting access to key locations in the base application, allowing end-users to add extensions. The extensions are automatically migrated when upgrades occur, further reducing the input required by the user.”