Neptune Software is a provider of low-code, rapid application development software. It standardizes app development and integrates with any cloud, any backend and any architecture. Pyze is an AI cross-platform analytics and engagement solution that users can embed into any application.
Enterprises are embracing Multi-Experience Development Platforms (MXDP). Industry analysts predict that these platforms will soon be the base of over 50 percent of all enterprise apps. As enterprises develop mobile apps, progressive web apps, and conversational apps, cross-platform usage and workflow analytics are imperative to ensure effective delivery, productivity and security.
MXDP’s like Neptune Software excel at enabling the development of unified experiences across legacy back-ends; ERP systems such as SAP and Oracle; as well as cloud-based software such as Salesforce.
Pyze and Neptune to enhance applications’ quality
“We are excited to partner with Pyze to enhance the quality of Neptune’s applications,” said Martin Beringer, Neptune Software. “We are seeing strong demand for deeper application and user analytics in both the development and production app lifecycles and this partnership will enable our applications to deliver greater value and enhance end-user productivity. Neptune customers now have visibility into specific application metrics that are critical in monitoring business processes. Furthermore, they can aggregate these metrics across functional areas or business units. This allows them to measure and increase the ROI of their applications.”
“We’re thrilled to partner with a Multi-Experience Development platform like Neptune. We will ensure the success of their customers’ mobilization initiatives,” said Prabhjot Singh, CEO of Pyze. “There is growing investment in MXDPs to mobilize business services but CXOs are struggling to evaluate the success of their investments and Pyze can help to maximize the productivity gains of mobilizing back end services. Pyze integration with Neptune provides enterprises visibility into user execution of specific business processes across mobile and web, online and offline transactions, and critical business metrics.”