Gartner released their latest “Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites” on 18th March, which highlights MATS Low-Code approach advantages: “The MATS “test and learn” approach enables customers to quickly get started without the risk of large upfront costs, or lengthy license contracts”.

Gartner have witnessed several key changes in the iBPM market over the last 12 months, which make for interesting reading:

  • A move from continuous process improvement towards transformational change
  • A growth in digitization projects leveraging the IoT
  • More projects that are multifunctional and span people and systems processes
  • Improved capabilities in analytics, mobility, social media and Cloud delivery capability

The report was unveiled at Gartner’s BPM Summit in London.  Commenting on the report and summit Nigel Warren (MATS Head of Marketing) said;

“Both the report and MATS mention at the conference confirm our view that there’s a growing demand for faster and more agile approaches to process improvement, particularly focused on digital innovation, revenue growth and customer experience improvement. We are in a better position than ever to provide forward facing organisations with solutions they need at a cost that makes sense, without compromise.”

Customers of Gartner can access the report here: Gartner Report