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Netherlands-based Betty Blocks, which offers low-code application development tools to organizations, raises $33M led by SmartFin Capital

Deloitte, The Salvation Army as well as The Salvation Army, Deloitte, and the National Dutch Police are just three of the firms which Betty Blocks, an application platform as service (aPaaS) firm that has an impressive presence in Atlanta is currently claiming as clients of core.

The company has secured $33 million in funding to help non-programmers create applications.

“In order to develop enterprise-grade apps, we’re focusing on the business developers and teams for fusion. To accomplish this, we have an all-in one platform, which means that all the tools needed for creating enterprise-grade apps can be found within an IDE that is cloud-based, according to the CEO Chris Obdam, who spoke to Hypepotamus.

Alongside previous supporters Morse Investments and NIBC Bank, European private equity and venture capital investor SmartFin Capital led this fundraising round.

In the words of Paul Greenwood, CIO of law company Clifford Chance, “digital transformation is only getting more important with the outbreak of Covid-19 and being one of the most prestigious lawyers, we utilize Betty Blocks in order to be more innovative and interact with the newest generations of lawyers creators.” “To keep our edge in the past five years, we’ve created hundreds of applications using Betty Blocks.”

In Atlanta the team currently employs 15 people in support, sales and marketing jobs. According Obdam Obdam that some of the money are being used to expand in the office for regional expansion.

The No-Code Movement’s Backers

Tim as well as Chris Obdam, brothers, established an “illegal” radio station, where the brothers “learned about broadcasting as well as program while operating with no money,” that’s how the concept for Betty Blocks was first brought to be.

At the conclusion, they came up with a platform that would “enhance software with no code” as well as launching the company of software.

Low-code or no-code platforms such as Betty Blocks are created to aid employees who are not technical in implementing their ideas. Users create complex applications that are enterprise-quality by dropping pre-configured parts instead of learning multiple code languages.

In the end, the goal is to speed up the innovation process and reduce the time required for launching a go-to market app.

Betty Blocks platform Betty Blocks platform has a low-code layer of functionality the top of a base that is code-free. This means it is possible sharing building blocks in order to create distinct designs. Highly skilled developers can create projects that have distinct branding and innovative features. After the project is completed, they can utilize it as a building component and distribute it across the entire organization, according to Obdam.

According to Obdam Betty Blocks, the organization takes it a step further by aiding enterprise businesses in putting these citizen-driven ideas into action by gathering ideas and app requirements and also providing guidance and guidance throughout the development process.

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