Quickbase is delighted to be named as part of G2 Crowd’s “Best Software | 2017” list as the best no-code platform for mid-market development teams. The new “no-code” category validates the dramatic rise of low-code and no-code platforms as robust alternatives to legacy development environments.
Based entirely on end-user feedback, the award highlights the value real customers are driving from Quickbase. With more than 500,000 active users, our customers rely on the Quickbase platform as their go-to solution for building fast, easy-to-maintain applications. In fact, more than 6,000 customers now leverage Quickbase to build everything from simple project management trackers to highly complex suites of apps for managing business operations.
According to a 2016 Total Economic Impact® study by Forrester, organizations using Quickbase saw a 60% to 85% reduction in the time required to develop a new application, and a 96% reduction in the time spent maintaining or making changes to an application.
Since 2014, G2 Crowd has recognized the best software products based on user reviews. Here are a few of our favorite reviews on G2 Crowd this year:
- “Quickbase is a great way to get a solid solution without spending tons of money or time for custom development.” – Forrest Parker, Oldcastle Materials
- “For Quickbase users, it’s very easy to use and navigate, and pretty to look at, and easier to use than a conventional database.” – Chun Man Chiu, Boeing Canada
- “Quickbase is the easiest and most powerful service to create nice looking and useful applications across the company. You can easily solve inumerous and complex business cases in days.” – Décio Franchini, Ceva Santé Animale
About the “Best Software | 2017” List
On January 16, 2017, G2 Crowd introduced its ‘Best Software | 2017’ lists, which highlight the top products for business professionals based on job function and company size, determined by reviews submitted by the product’s users. The ‘Best Software | 2017’ list was determined based on G2 Crowd user review data collected between January 1 and December 31, 2016, in order to help software buyers make the best possible software purchase decisions in 2017.