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The OutSystems Platform is a Platform-as-a-Service solution for rapid delivery of responsive web and mobile applications. It includes functionalities required to develop, deploy, manage and change web and mobile applications. It is targeted at the delivery of enterprise applications that require integration with backend systems, complex business rules and logic, usable interfaces and flexibility to change. It can be deployed in the cloud, on-premises or in hybrid environments.https://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/Ks/IF/SN525CFRJHL3.PNGFirst class lowcode experienceWe currently have one development team working with OutSystems for various internal and external facing products and we have hired an external team from DoItLean to develop a few of our products as well. All of them centered around payment processing for orthodontists and vets.,Developing end user interfaces with ease and speed with a modern look and feel. First class low code development to reduce time to market with visual programming Their technical support team is fast and responsive. We've yet to have any issues they could not resolve.,Currently there are few identity providers supported natively and out of the box however through the use of "Forge" plugins there are ways around this limitation. The testing frameworks used by Outsystems are not fully backed by Outsystems. If they are going to champion this they should consider giving it full backing as they do with other community driven projects. Documentation on how to implement CI/CD is rather sparse without requesting it directly from a customer service rep.,8,We are cutting development time of our products down to less than half when compared to traditional "procode" development. Our developers have been more exposed to higher level architectural principles encouraging professional growth. Being able to iterate quickly on features gives us the ability to get to more of the nice to have functionality we'd otherwise never have time for.,9,Okta Customer Identity, Dynatrace Application Monitoring, DarktraceIt's Good but...The use of OutSystems at the bank is to move the Microsoft database to a more secure environment. Right now, it's used by one department. The problem that I have right now is reports. There is one forge called "Simple Reports" and that is very simple, however, if I want to build complex reports is does not forge correctly.,The creation of a web page is only drag and drop, it's amazing. The creation of the database (Core) is very very simple with normalization of DB for better performance. The improvement of the user is incredible.,I think they have room for improvement in reports like the "Crystal Report," for example.,10,Maybe the delay to resolve the problems that I have.,5,SAP CrystalOutSystems Review by a satisfied userWe are using the OutSystems platform to convert an existing legacy student system and satisfy a long list of backlog projects associated with that legacy system. It will primarily be used by staff, faculty, and students. It will enable students to register online and pay for registrations online. We are doing all of this with the help of one of OutSystem's partners GrovePath.,One can quickly create prototypes for an application and make changes to it. Because it is low code, much of the interaction with the developer is with graphical widgets. The scaffolding wizards are also very helpful. Integrates very easily with both internal and external systems using their Integration Studio. Tools are very intuitive to use and the plethora of training videos help the beginning developer to very quickly become acquainted with the Outsystems methodologies.,Some areas that I would have put here that have room for improvement are due to come out in Q1 2020: Things like making the workflow engine easier to use. Being able to see all the modules and dependencies at a high level is also being addressed in Q1 2020. One can see at a glance which applications may be affected by changes to one re-useable module. I would like to see a better and more consistent wizard for the creation of autocomplete fields. e.g. converting a dropdown to autocomplete. I dislike the Active Object constraints with how they relate to pricing. I often feel I am having to sacrifice some of the ease of design to keep under the Active Object cap or be willing to pay the premium.,10,It has been very positive to interact with other Outsystems users at their NextStep conferences. Working with Outsystems partners has also been very positive. It leaves one feeling as though you developing the system that you can be excited about using. If you are a company with many third-party solutions and a small IT staff, OutSystems could be used as a single platform to replace these systems and potentially save you money and give you the option of building additional applications as needed using the same platform. This reduces your eco system's complexity and increases the speed at which new features can be brought in, when a developer needs to know only one platform.,Eclipse, Oracle Database and Apache Tomcat,10,Ellucian Ethos Framework, Banner StudentGreat platform to help increase application delivery cadenceWe currently use OutSystems for new development and legacy modernization. Helps reduce time to market.,Speeds development time Simplifies the DevOps cycle Increases developer productivity,Source control specifically branching and merging Deployment options for web applications, specifically containerized deployments.,8,Allowed us to develop and deliver a new product that we would not have even considered had we done it in the traditional development pipeline.,Mendix,9Convinced me that low-code really works at all the levels of complexity and deliveryOne of the first projects that we're using OutSystems for is to accelerate our ability to deliver a modern user experience and retire a legacy system. We're using it in IT and will be building out a reusable framework that complements our security, privacy, performance, and compliance models.,Training, support, & ecosystem. Ability to solve complex (not out of the box) problems, by allowing engineers to dig down to the lower level of code. Micro-journey type experiences. The ability for a developer to quickly deliver through the SDLC pipeline.,Standard (GIT-like) branching model, including feature-branching, multi-version support. Team source code repository management (I would prefer integration to a proven product, not baked into it). Complex workflow/business process modeling.,8,We haven't yet launched our first application for this business, so it's still a promise.,Pega Platform, OnBase by Hyland and Salesforce Service Cloud,9,.NET, Microsoft SQL Server, Provenir Platform, Visual Studio IDE, PostmanA path to success!OutSystems is being implemented across the entire organization. It's rapid development capabilities are being utilized to fill gaps in our IT application abilities. We have currently developed applications for both public and internal consumption. It has allowed us to increase efficiencies and save money throughout several departments.,Customer Support - OutSystems is responsive and responds rapidly to issues. Efficiency - OutSystems allows teams to accomplish greater amounts of work in a shorter time. Rapid prototyping and bug resolution - Teams are able to adapt to customer demands quickly and respond to bugs in a more efficient manner.,Ability to manage the data within the service studio. Ability to organize service studio modules by the project.,10,After implementing a surplus property accountability app we have been able to track savings in excess of$125,000 in less than 1 quarter. We have been able to streamline our in-field case management for mass layoffs with a savings in man hours that results in a $30 to $50,000 savings in labor costs annually.,10,Microsoft Visual Studio CodeOutSystems is a very good optionOutSystems is being used by the entire company to manage end-user developed applications.,It is very fast. Easy to learn. Very powerful.,A reporting tool is needed. Support can be faster.,9,It has saved a lot of time in the processes.,5,SQL Server Integration Services, Oracle Access ManagementGreat Low Code PlatformWe use it to deliver fast applications to our operation and point of sales.,Flexibility - great to reduce costs. Scalability - it is very important to ensure support to the operation and business continuity Easy to use, it is very simple and fast to deploy Cost, it is a great tool based on the costs and value to the business,Time to market, it helped us to reduce time to deliver apps Ease to use, help ease the administration and monitoring Fast delivery applications, great to increase the user expirience,9,Positive because the user experience [improved] Negative because of the time required to integrate legacy applications Positive - reduced costs,Microsoft Application Server,9,SAP BPC (Business Planning and Consolidation), Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft AzureOutSystems ReviewOS helped us develop a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit documentation tool specific to our providers. It is currently LIVE at an MVP phase to 3 of our sites. We have an old legacy application and OS is helping us modernize the application to ensure provider efficiency, quality and patient safety.,Customer experience. Low code. Customer engagement. OS resource knowledge depth.,Flexibility in the UI, especially for healthcare documentation module. Architecture design specific to the client. Out of the BOX functionality limitations.,9,Speed to delivery.,9OutSystems ReviewOutsystems is being used as a rapid prototyping platform enabling us to fail quickly and often to determine the best course of action when trying to cater to business needs. It allows us to quickly develop and demo software/proof of concept to business stakeholders to gauge their appetite and make decisions on future implementation.,Streamlines processes. Enables quick development. Ease of adoption.,Training. Flexibility. Resources.,7,Overall, good.,,8,Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe XDOutSystems Delivers!Right now we use it for mobile app development. We created an app that is used by one of our key stakeholders and is soon to be rolled out to other stakeholders nationally. We also create mobile and web apps to support various business needs. Currently, it is used by our IT department. The main problem that it addresses is speed-to-market. We can deliver solutions faster than we could with traditional development methods.,Create applications with little development knowledge or skill. If someone does have development skills it makes it even better. Ability to integrate external resources. Being able to integrate from third-party and internal resources is a big help. Being able to see changes to the UI in near real-time is great. This makes development go fast and reduces errors.,The experience for Mac users with dual monitors is less than optimal.,10,I'm not sure of the investment, but having the ability to deliver an app to an end-user quickly was very beneficial to our company.,Kony Development Cloud,10,ReactOutSystems - a great product and a great company.OutSystems is being used to replace legacy apps across our organization. We expect it to allow faster app development, improve business workflows and improve usability. At the moment users bounce around through several applications to look for the information they want. We are taking the opportunity to create new products for them that are linked to their specific needs.,Ease of use - a novice programmer can put together an application quickly. Strong integration with other features and services through Forge. Good after purchase support - they really want us to be successful!,Implementation was a little slow for our liking (3+ weeks). A local user group would be a welcome addition (I know that is hard unless there are plenty of users). Getting this product into the hands of "grass roots" developers would be a big and welcome set up.,9,Still trying to analyze that. Actually, that would be a big help if OutSystems could work with the company to set those metrics.,Pega Platform,8,Microsoft SQL Server, .NET, Kofax PaperPort (formerly Nuance PaperPort)Easy to Use, Easy to LoveOutSystems is being used by a few small teams at the moment to make our smaller projects even quicker than they already are. We're looking to just speed up our development process which will allow us to focus on some bigger projects for longer amounts of time. We're excited to look into using it in some bigger use cases.,Easy to deploy. Easy to build a website due to it being hosted in the cloud. Support is great.,Some performance issues. Initial online training could be better. Server upgrades are inconvenient.,8,ROI is great because you're getting the productivity of multiple developers in the time you save.,8,.NET, Visual Studio IDEConsider Low-Code as a fundamentally different way to deliver business technology solutions! Consider this market leader!OutSystems is a great enabler of rapid solution delivery. We have used it to bring new product ideas and programs to market quickly. It is currently being used across several divisions, but has not yet gained full endorsement across the entire enterprise level. Based on our teams' experience, I believe that organizations can use this platform to deliver business technology solutions twice as fast, with one-half the people, at the same total cost of ownership (especially true when solutions need to be both web and mobile-enabled!). Like with any development approach, the tool/platform does not guarantee success, but it is a strong enabler (you also still need Agile execution discipline, UI/UX expertise, and change management plans).,It eliminates the need to code (and thereby the need to understand the syntax with the coding languages); hence the idea/title of "low-code." Mobile development through auto-generated responsive web-apps. A huge value in this space alone! Minimal training is needed to become proficient. Business systems analysts are productive & proficient in a month. It helps respond to the war on talent! It marries the best of DevOps technologies with integration tools and code-generation. This platform represents a higher level of abstraction in the development process. With automatic provisioning of databases and infrastructure, the process is greatly automated.,OutSystems seek and certify to HIPPA compliance. The OutSystems community needs to come together to solve for the lack of OS engineers in the USA (it's being worked on, but needs to accelerate). Technology leaders are usually the resisters to this platform/approach; yet business leaders readily appreciate the value. More needs to be done to help leaders get over the stigma associated with low-code (this new approach to development).,9,It's cut time to solution implementation in half. It's cut maintenance effort in half. It also cut the number of engineers needed in half.,Mendix, Salesforce.com and AppianNew User ReviewOutsystems is being used by many areas of the company, but my specific department will be using it to develop mobile apps and websites. We will be replacing the current custom code.,Simple to make changes. It demos very well. It has a strong user base.,It requires different thinking about SDLC and releases mgmt. Developers need to be trained. With so much flexibility, it is easy to over complicate products.,5,We are in the process of rolling this out, so I am not sure yet.,,8,SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Server Business Intelligence Manager, Oracle Java CloudOutSystems - Best Platform EverWe use OutSystems to track our operation from contractors to vendors and customers. So far, it has been a great experience. We are using OutSystems to automate our process and save time between management and internal process I highly recommend this OutSystems to everyone who wants and needs good results in a short period of time.,Quick response. Low code. Support.,I have no issues to discuss.,10,Everything is positive.,Low Code Development Platform,10,Low Code Development Platform, bpm'online, Adaptris Integration PlatformEnterprise ready rapid application development for web and mobileOutSystems is being used as the mainstream development environment for our new product ranges of both web and mobile applications. We have a head count of between 15 and 20 developers and designers at any one time made up of both internal and external resources. Currently we are undergoing a project to rewrite a legacy product that was developed over a 30 year period.,Deployment management – OutSystems has a built in robust, multi-environment deployment system that helps ensures the clean and error free deployment of applications through the development, testing and production product lifecycle Rapid application development – Through the low code, graphical development environment you can develop applications far quicker than with more traditional development environments Cross platform mobile development – OutSystems handle the development and building of mobile application for both iOS and Android in a simple streamlined way that removes 90% of the problems normally associated with multi platform development,Price – The licensing model of OutSystems is very expensive and not suitable for small scale developments. This is offset by the time to develop and stability for larger scale developments Flexibility on PaaS version – The PaaS hosted version of OutSystems limits your flexibility to access the front end and backend database systems which can significantly restrict your options on high data volume developments or where anything requiring slightly out of the ordinary access is required Same price for PaaS and self-hosted system. Licensing model dictates that you pay the same price even when you host the system on your own hardware which effectively means you pay more to manage the infrastructure yourself,8,Significantly reduced time to market for both Mobile and Web applications Ability to upskill developers far quicker than with most development environments Enterprise grade infrastructure and hosting out of the box,JIRA Software, Atlassian Confluence, Skype for Business (formerly Lync)Outsystems - The future is hereOutSystems is being used in our company as a fast software delivery tool. With all the benefits of low code, we can develop enterprise, well designed and efficient apps that can respond to clients necessities. We can change and modify all that is needed as fast as the business grows. Overall, OutSystems fills the gap that always existed between the speed that companies evolve and the speed needed to develop software.,Development speed. Abstraction. Focus on business. Easy to modify and change. Great support and community.,OutSystems covers 99.99% of all necessities in enterprise and mobile development. That 0.01% we always can look up outside.,10,With OutSystems, all clients have a fast return on investment. You can have smaller development teams, work twice faster than in another web/mobile language. You can change and modify something needed by the business tree to four times faster than with other languages. Clients can have more accurate and precise app tools, with better User Interfaces and Users Experiences.,,Oracle Java SEFast developer with higher qualityIn our company we have a factory team that develops all types of applications for our customers. Our applications/customers are from all types of business so we don't have a specific business problem.,When we present a MVP to our customers most of the product is almost done. With the tool we can make a very fast product and with a very good quality. The development of and application web or mobile is very intuitive and very easy to implement. One example is our survey application: on the web part is the back-office to create the survey and the mobile is only to reply to that specific survey.,Sometimes we face some problems to integrate external applications in our outsystems product. A more specific problem I face as a developer is sometimes using custom javascript to be used in the product. One example is to simulate some actions in specific buttons can be tricky because how the action is built in the OutSystems flow.,8,Microsoft SQL ServerBuild beautifull apps to do anything on any device fast, secure and leanOutSystems is used to do innovations and enable access to the massive outdated unsupported monolith system made in Oracle. 4-5 teams are working on this for over a year now.,Simply develop fast and deliver apps so you benefit with extreme short time to market. Maintainablility is even better compared to traditional development tools. Work on the same module simultaneously without losing code by useful compare and merge options. Well working staging / development tooling available in the form of Lifetime. Fast learning curve, especially for experienced developers bu also for complete newbies.,Come up with a license model for SME. Now only medium and large companies are in focus. The basic license is just too expensive. Introduce reporting tooling.,9,Like stated before until today there has been a huge boost delivering apps with little effort, but the benefits are declining if you just look at the financial side of it because of the ever-rising license costs. Apart from that The ROI is about 6 to 12 months in average.,Mendix and Betty BlocksBecoming a real application engineer thanks to OutSystemsWe've recently created a scrum team to create a new "client following system" using OutSystems. So for now it's just one department using OutSystems. Our old, legacy system does not serve our needs anymore and is not flexible at all. So with OutSystems we are building a new one from scratch. Two of us are new to OutSystems (and IT) and learned to use it in a few months. We hired three external experts to build and teach the juniors, so we could start building and delivering value immediately.,Being low-code, even people without any experience can start building with OutSystems immediately. OutSystems has a great and very helpful community, giving advice and pre-build features to beginning engineers. OutSystems is very flexible and easy to use; it enables us to build something useful within minutes.,Being relatively new in the IT world, I could use some kind of quick reference guide inside OutSystems (instead of going to the website or forum) Filtering aggregates could perhaps be done in an easier way. I struggle with them, sometimes. I'd like more pre-made layouts.,9,OutSystems helps us becoming agile. With OutSystems we can deliver value every two weeks instead of having to wait months for a new update.OutSystems, easy to use and yet very powerful.Collabworks has developed a SaaS product (Framework) using the OutSystems software. The Framework product was created to help companies to maximize the use of their worker's talent. The framework has been used by companies with offices around the world. The OutSystems product allows Collabworks to use the agile development process to reduce development time.,They allow their customers to share information about issues and fixes to reduce downtime and obtain a wider view of the capabilities of the products through a customer posting section on the OutSystems website. OutSystems also holds conferences during the year at different locations making it easier for customers to interact and openly discuss what they have learned and how they have used the product. OutSystems also has resources that can be contracted to help a company get started using their products very quickly.,Because OutSystems is growing so quickly it can be hard to get business questions, (contract issues, availability date), answered quickly. It is sometimes difficult to find employees with OutSystems product experience.,9,The ease of use of the OutSystems development process has been the biggest ROI for us. We have developed our Framework product and maintained/enhanced it with only 4 workers. OutSystems has enhanced their product very significantly over the last 4 years. They have gone from a simple to use tool to a very simple to use sophisticated tool that covers the standard mainframe-based computing apps and the apps used on handheld mobile devices all using the same basic set of development tools.Rapid build and painless deployRapid build and ease of deploy of mobile stock control and BI apps, integrating with ERP and used internationally.,Rapid build Ease of deploy Intuitive flow based IDE Can get Base level of dev skills quickly,Expert support required (supplied as part of the purchase) Requires considered cost-benefit analysis before purchase The platform has vast capabilities, requires external expertise to get up to speed,10,Rapid handheld solution to take advantage of business opportunity Productivity and reporting apps built quickly,OutSystems ROCKS OUT LOUD!OutSystems has become the core platform for two different start-ups that I did in the past 3 years. At first, we needed a revolutionary way to create new innovative solutions & products at a speed never seen before. These new products needed to go from idea to market in weeks not months. Enhancements need to rollout in days not weeks. Specifically, the products and services we created are B2C and B2B for Dental & Vision financial products and healthcare provider customers.As we had amazing success creating products & services for our B2B2C customers, we then decided to forego SaaS-based Sales, Service, and B2B On-boarding and we built it ourselves using the pre-build sales & cases apps (from OutSytems) and the BPM capability in OutSystems for B2B On-boarding.In short - at the startup that I did, we are using OutSystems as the core for the entire business and integrating it with 3rd party services like Office 365, Google G-Suite, RingCentral, etc.,Skip prototyping phase - we create very quick designs that actually use our brand standard experiences and connect to real or stub services directly in OutSystems. We've found we co-create in OutSystems. The result is our "prototypes" are really 1st release candidates. SWAGGER 2.0 - AWESOME! If you have access to swagger APIs, integration is so very simple, fast, and robust. Click click click - done! Then the swagger API looks just like any other module that your app needs to access. Web, Mobile-Web, and Native all in ONE platform. We all have heard the dream and promise of "write once, run everywhere." OutSystems is the closest I have ever seen us come to that vision in almost 30 years in software. We truly have ONE module for Web & Mobile web (all responsive out of the box with SilkUI). We truly have ONE module for both Android and iOS thanks to the ReactJS-based solution from OutSystems. LOW-CODE Heaven: No longer to we spend our life slinging code. Now, the OutSystems "robots" generate all the code for us. I will say it's super clean too. I tried to hand-build code that runs faster... I couldn't. On average, OutSystems generated code was 40% faster than mine both on the .NET and SQL side.,This is a hard one - I'd say continue to expand support and integration of micro-services. It's come a long way and certainly works - but keep on pouring the gas on micro-services as it's a huge part of our ecosystems.,10,We created new products and services 10x faster than first planned and at a cost roughly 1/2 of what was quoted by development partners/agencies that were "hand-coding". In short, our two start-up companies would not have launched without it.,Mendix, Appian, Kony Development Cloud and Zoho Creator,Microsoft Office 365,10,10,Internal apps for team productivity and communications Consumer self-service Consumer marketing & messaging,I assumed we would have to build most apps from scratch - instead I found that the FORGE had a TON of pre-built apps, modules and widgets that really sped up our development. The OutSystems community is VERY vibrant and helps us think of solutions differently and solve business challenges even faster.,Retail apps for consumers, healthcare providers and employers,10,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation Prior Experience with the Product Vendor Reputation Existing Relationship with the Vendor Positive Sales Experience with the Vendor Analyst Reports Third-party Reviews,I would not change it - we picked the top 5 solutions on the market based on paper evaluation. Then, we built apps 5 different ways ... after a week two were eliminated because they were too difficult to use. For 3 months we created apps using 3 different platforms - OutSystems was the only one left standing at the end. We either "broke" the others or found we had to go outside the platform to do customer extensions. While we CAN bring custom code extensions into OutSystems - I found we didn't need to and after 3 years still have not.,Implemented in-house,Yes,Change management was a major issue with the implementation,Getting folks pulled out of their normal day-to-day work,9,Yes,10,Yes,One time, after a platform upgrade, I had a few modules that would not build. They helped me resolve it quickly the same day.,Simple layout of the PROCESS - UI - LOGIC - DATA construct for each app,Unless you are a CSS guru, working on refining the UI design to be very custom can be tricky ... but it's the nature of CSS.,Yes,10Let`s make things simpler and keep the journeyWe use OutSystems in one of our 3 Business Units. We now have quickly reached 25 Apps built and deployed. We have a couple of hundred users and interface with SAP and several other legacy systems. We also switched from our Waterfall mindset to Agile and started building an internal offshore team of developers. So far we believe we have a good start in our Digital Transformation Journey.,Rapid Development Flexibility Excellent UI and UX Good DEVOPS tools,SDLC and SSDLC clear alignment would be good Containers Gold client capabilities,9,With 3 apps developed and 2 sunset we were able to get the investment back Each app has it own benefits in terms of efficiency to its related area Awesome user feedback,,SAP ERP, Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft Power BI
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We currently have one development team working with OutSystems for various internal and external facing products and we have hired an external team from DoItLean to develop a few of our products as well. All of them centered around payment processing for orthodontists and vets.
  • Developing end user interfaces with ease and speed with a modern look and feel.
  • First class low code development to reduce time to market with visual programming
  • Their technical support team is fast and responsive. We've yet to have any issues they could not resolve.
  • Currently there are few identity providers supported natively and out of the box however through the use of "Forge" plugins there are ways around this limitation.
  • The testing frameworks used by Outsystems are not fully backed by Outsystems. If they are going to champion this they should consider giving it full backing as they do with other community driven projects.
  • Documentation on how to implement CI/CD is rather sparse without requesting it directly from a customer service rep.
OutSystems excels with building web interfaces fast and lends itself to custom integrations written in .Net. Most anything can be brought in given this ability to be extended. One of the drawbacks to the speed of development is that most quality control teams become quickly overwhelmed and may be unable to keep up.
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October 07, 2019

It's Good but...

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The use of OutSystems at the bank is to move the Microsoft database to a more secure environment. Right now, it's used by one department. The problem that I have right now is reports. There is one forge called "Simple Reports" and that is very simple, however, if I want to build complex reports is does not forge correctly.
  • The creation of a web page is only drag and drop, it's amazing.
  • The creation of the database (Core) is very very simple with normalization of DB for better performance.
  • The improvement of the user is incredible.
  • I think they have room for improvement in reports like the "Crystal Report," for example.
I think it's appropriate in most places. Really, at this moment, I don't see where OutSystems it's going wrong. Have the scenarios trusted and the controls for one environment more secure. For our part, OutSystems is well suited for the best performance of our users, clients and people that interact with the system.
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We are using the OutSystems platform to convert an existing legacy student system and satisfy a long list of backlog projects associated with that legacy system. It will primarily be used by staff, faculty, and students. It will enable students to register online and pay for registrations online. We are doing all of this with the help of one of OutSystem's partners GrovePath.
  • One can quickly create prototypes for an application and make changes to it. Because it is low code, much of the interaction with the developer is with graphical widgets. The scaffolding wizards are also very helpful.
  • Integrates very easily with both internal and external systems using their Integration Studio.
  • Tools are very intuitive to use and the plethora of training videos help the beginning developer to very quickly become acquainted with the Outsystems methodologies.
  • Some areas that I would have put here that have room for improvement are due to come out in Q1 2020: Things like making the workflow engine easier to use.
  • Being able to see all the modules and dependencies at a high level is also being addressed in Q1 2020. One can see at a glance which applications may be affected by changes to one re-useable module.
  • I would like to see a better and more consistent wizard for the creation of autocomplete fields. e.g. converting a dropdown to autocomplete.
  • I dislike the Active Object constraints with how they relate to pricing. I often feel I am having to sacrifice some of the ease of design to keep under the Active Object cap or be willing to pay the premium.
OutSystems is often promoted as being a system without limits. I admit, that I have had difficulty finding things that this platform cannot do. It is well suited for both big and small organizations with limited IT staff. OutSystems handles integrations well. The platform also accommodates tying in AI elements for both speech and video into your applications. You can save binary objects directly into the database, create complex workflows hiding most of the typical complexity from the citizen developer, easily create multi-lingual aware applications, and connect to external systems via API calls. They also offer on-premise and Saas solutions.
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We currently use OutSystems for new development and legacy modernization. Helps reduce time to market.
  • Speeds development time
  • Simplifies the DevOps cycle
  • Increases developer productivity
  • Source control specifically branching and merging
  • Deployment options for web applications, specifically containerized deployments.
OutSystems is well suited in mobile and web application development and delivery and increasing delivery cadence. It is less suited as a solution for API management and integrations.
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One of the first projects that we're using OutSystems for is to accelerate our ability to deliver a modern user experience and retire a legacy system. We're using it in IT and will be building out a reusable framework that complements our security, privacy, performance, and compliance models.
  • Training, support, & ecosystem.
  • Ability to solve complex (not out of the box) problems, by allowing engineers to dig down to the lower level of code.
  • Micro-journey type experiences.
  • The ability for a developer to quickly deliver through the SDLC pipeline.
  • Standard (GIT-like) branching model, including feature-branching, multi-version support.
  • Team source code repository management (I would prefer integration to a proven product, not baked into it).
  • Complex workflow/business process modeling.
I guess you can just read the marketing literature & Gartner Magic Quadrant papers because they deliver on:
  1. Speed to Market
  2. Retiring Legacy Products
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October 05, 2019

A path to success!

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OutSystems is being implemented across the entire organization. It's rapid development capabilities are being utilized to fill gaps in our IT application abilities. We have currently developed applications for both public and internal consumption. It has allowed us to increase efficiencies and save money throughout several departments.
  • Customer Support - OutSystems is responsive and responds rapidly to issues.
  • Efficiency - OutSystems allows teams to accomplish greater amounts of work in a shorter time.
  • Rapid prototyping and bug resolution - Teams are able to adapt to customer demands quickly and respond to bugs in a more efficient manner.
  • Ability to manage the data within the service studio.
  • Ability to organize service studio modules by the project.
OutSystems has the ability to adapt to business customer needs on the fly. Rapid prototyping has allowed our business partners to receive a product that actually fulfills all of their business requirements.
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Score 9 out of 10
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OutSystems is being used by the entire company to manage end-user developed applications.
  • It is very fast.
  • Easy to learn.
  • Very powerful.
  • A reporting tool is needed.
  • Support can be faster.
It works well with a wide range of applications, it depends on the expertise of the developer.
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October 03, 2019

Great Low Code Platform

Score 9 out of 10
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We use it to deliver fast applications to our operation and point of sales.
  • Flexibility - great to reduce costs.
  • Scalability - it is very important to ensure support to the operation and business continuity
  • Easy to use, it is very simple and fast to deploy
  • Cost, it is a great tool based on the costs and value to the business
  • Time to market, it helped us to reduce time to deliver apps
  • Ease to use, help ease the administration and monitoring
  • Fast delivery applications, great to increase the user expirience
  • Reduced time to market is great
  • It is a little tricky to integrate legacy applications
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October 03, 2019

OutSystems Review

Score 9 out of 10
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OS helped us develop a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit documentation tool specific to our providers. It is currently LIVE at an MVP phase to 3 of our sites. We have an old legacy application and OS is helping us modernize the application to ensure provider efficiency, quality and patient safety.
  • Customer experience.
  • Low code.
  • Customer engagement.
  • OS resource knowledge depth.
  • Flexibility in the UI, especially for healthcare documentation module.
  • Architecture design specific to the client.
  • Out of the BOX functionality limitations.
Not sure at this time.
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October 03, 2019

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Score 7 out of 10
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Outsystems is being used as a rapid prototyping platform enabling us to fail quickly and often to determine the best course of action when trying to cater to business needs. It allows us to quickly develop and demo software/proof of concept to business stakeholders to gauge their appetite and make decisions on future implementation.
  • Streamlines processes.
  • Enables quick development.
  • Ease of adoption.
  • Training.
  • Flexibility.
  • Resources.
Outsystems is well suited for database-driven applications and client-facing apps that are required to handle a lot of data. Especially ones that require rapid development. Outsystems is well suited for database-driven applications and client-facing apps that are required to handle a lot of data. Especially ones that require rapid development.
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October 04, 2019

OutSystems Delivers!

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Right now we use it for mobile app development. We created an app that is used by one of our key stakeholders and is soon to be rolled out to other stakeholders nationally. We also create mobile and web apps to support various business needs. Currently, it is used by our IT department. The main problem that it addresses is speed-to-market. We can deliver solutions faster than we could with traditional development methods.
  • Create applications with little development knowledge or skill. If someone does have development skills it makes it even better.
  • Ability to integrate external resources. Being able to integrate from third-party and internal resources is a big help.
  • Being able to see changes to the UI in near real-time is great. This makes development go fast and reduces errors.
  • The experience for Mac users with dual monitors is less than optimal.
OutSystems is great for delivering mobile apps quickly. From what I've seen it does the same for web applications. It seems that OutSystems may not be the best option for creating a .com website.
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Score 9 out of 10
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OutSystems is being used to replace legacy apps across our organization. We expect it to allow faster app development, improve business workflows and improve usability. At the moment users bounce around through several applications to look for the information they want. We are taking the opportunity to create new products for them that are linked to their specific needs.
  • Ease of use - a novice programmer can put together an application quickly.
  • Strong integration with other features and services through Forge.
  • Good after purchase support - they really want us to be successful!
  • Implementation was a little slow for our liking (3+ weeks).
  • A local user group would be a welcome addition (I know that is hard unless there are plenty of users).
  • Getting this product into the hands of "grass roots" developers would be a big and welcome set up.
Well suited for offices where users have multiple screens. Not so well suited for those with smaller/lo-res screens. Well suited for Development Teams and companies that are familiar with agile development techniques/procedures. It is a culture shock for groups that do not have this background. A little more help for those in that situation would be great.
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Score 8 out of 10
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OutSystems is being used by a few small teams at the moment to make our smaller projects even quicker than they already are. We're looking to just speed up our development process which will allow us to focus on some bigger projects for longer amounts of time. We're excited to look into using it in some bigger use cases.
  • Easy to deploy.
  • Easy to build a website due to it being hosted in the cloud.
  • Support is great.
  • Some performance issues.
  • Initial online training could be better.
  • Server upgrades are inconvenient.
It's well suited for CRUD applications that are relatively simple. Forms to submit and store in a database are ideal. It's also great with integrating with APIs and exposing APIs of its own. I could see this being beneficial to be used by someone who may not have a degree in computer science. Training a non-technical professional may be relatively easy.
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OutSystems is a great enabler of rapid solution delivery. We have used it to bring new product ideas and programs to market quickly. It is currently being used across several divisions, but has not yet gained full endorsement across the entire enterprise level. Based on our teams' experience, I believe that organizations can use this platform to deliver business technology solutions twice as fast, with one-half the people, at the same total cost of ownership (especially true when solutions need to be both web and mobile-enabled!). Like with any development approach, the tool/platform does not guarantee success, but it is a strong enabler (you also still need Agile execution discipline, UI/UX expertise, and change management plans).
  • It eliminates the need to code (and thereby the need to understand the syntax with the coding languages); hence the idea/title of "low-code."
  • Mobile development through auto-generated responsive web-apps. A huge value in this space alone!
  • Minimal training is needed to become proficient. Business systems analysts are productive & proficient in a month. It helps respond to the war on talent!
  • It marries the best of DevOps technologies with integration tools and code-generation. This platform represents a higher level of abstraction in the development process. With automatic provisioning of databases and infrastructure, the process is greatly automated.
  • OutSystems seek and certify to HIPPA compliance.
  • The OutSystems community needs to come together to solve for the lack of OS engineers in the USA (it's being worked on, but needs to accelerate).
  • Technology leaders are usually the resisters to this platform/approach; yet business leaders readily appreciate the value. More needs to be done to help leaders get over the stigma associated with low-code (this new approach to development).
It has potential for broad appeal -- I have not yet found a case that platform could not support. If needed, you can write complex items in traditional code, expose as with APIs, and integrate it with what gets developed on the platform. It's great for mobile and web application development, but might be overkill for basic web page development.
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October 03, 2019

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Score 5 out of 10
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Outsystems is being used by many areas of the company, but my specific department will be using it to develop mobile apps and websites. We will be replacing the current custom code.
  • Simple to make changes.
  • It demos very well.
  • It has a strong user base.
  • It requires different thinking about SDLC and releases mgmt.
  • Developers need to be trained.
  • With so much flexibility, it is easy to over complicate products.
Well suited when need to produce many white-labeled apps and websites.
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We use OutSystems to track our operation from contractors to vendors and customers. So far, it has been a great experience.
We are using OutSystems to automate our process and save time between management and internal process
I highly recommend this OutSystems to everyone who wants and needs good results in a short period of time.
  • Quick response.
  • Low code.
  • Support.
  • I have no issues to discuss.
It is the best Low Code platform. I started developing with OutSystems and then moved to DevOps. In any field, you can get yourself surprise about how to extend the company is in terms of offering tools for the business.
I love the customer service support. So if you think everything ends when you purchase the platform you are wrong you are not alone along with your implementation.
I highly recommend OutSystems if you want to get quick results in a short period of time and most important of all, with quality.
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Score 8 out of 10
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OutSystems is being used as the mainstream development environment for our new product ranges of both web and mobile applications. We have a head count of between 15 and 20 developers and designers at any one time made up of both internal and external resources. Currently we are undergoing a project to rewrite a legacy product that was developed over a 30 year period.
  • Deployment management – OutSystems has a built in robust, multi-environment deployment system that helps ensures the clean and error free deployment of applications through the development, testing and production product lifecycle
  • Rapid application development – Through the low code, graphical development environment you can develop applications far quicker than with more traditional development environments
  • Cross platform mobile development – OutSystems handle the development and building of mobile application for both iOS and Android in a simple streamlined way that removes 90% of the problems normally associated with multi platform development
  • Price – The licensing model of OutSystems is very expensive and not suitable for small scale developments. This is offset by the time to develop and stability for larger scale developments
  • Flexibility on PaaS version – The PaaS hosted version of OutSystems limits your flexibility to access the front end and backend database systems which can significantly restrict your options on high data volume developments or where anything requiring slightly out of the ordinary access is required
  • Same price for PaaS and self-hosted system. Licensing model dictates that you pay the same price even when you host the system on your own hardware which effectively means you pay more to manage the infrastructure yourself

OutSystems is extremely well suited where you require a fast time to market combined with a robust deployment process. It also provides enterprise grade redundancy and vertical scalability with SLA’s approaching those available with any other tier 1 application.

OutSystems is not well suited for small scale or “cheap” application due to it’s high “per object” licensing costs and minimum license fees.

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Score 10 out of 10
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OutSystems is being used in our company as a fast software delivery tool. With all the benefits of low code, we can develop enterprise, well designed and efficient apps that can respond to clients necessities. We can change and modify all that is needed as fast as the business grows. Overall, OutSystems fills the gap that always existed between the speed that companies evolve and the speed needed to develop software.
  • Development speed.
  • Abstraction. Focus on business.
  • Easy to modify and change.
  • Great support and community.
  • OutSystems covers 99.99% of all necessities in enterprise and mobile development. That 0.01% we always can look up outside.
OutSystems suits all medium to big enterprise businesses. Fast delivery, well-designed software and a focus on business.

It's the Holy Grail of enterprise software. Everything can be more dynamic, business and development are closer, and everything is much faster. Overall the final user experience it's much better. With this product, companies can save money, time, and have better results, thanks to better software solutions.
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Score 8 out of 10
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In our company we have a factory team that develops all types of applications for our customers.
Our applications/customers are from all types of business so we don't have a specific business problem.
  • When we present a MVP to our customers most of the product is almost done. With the tool we can make a very fast product and with a very good quality.
  • The development of and application web or mobile is very intuitive and very easy to implement. One example is our survey application: on the web part is the back-office to create the survey and the mobile is only to reply to that specific survey.
  • Sometimes we face some problems to integrate external applications in our outsystems product.
  • A more specific problem I face as a developer is sometimes using custom javascript to be used in the product. One example is to simulate some actions in specific buttons can be tricky because how the action is built in the OutSystems flow.
I think OutSystems can be applied to every scenario, everything depends how the business wants the product.
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Score 9 out of 10
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OutSystems is used to do innovations and enable access to the massive outdated unsupported monolith system made in Oracle. 4-5 teams are working on this for over a year now.
  • Simply develop fast and deliver apps so you benefit with extreme short time to market.
  • Maintainablility is even better compared to traditional development tools.
  • Work on the same module simultaneously without losing code by useful compare and merge options.
  • Well working staging / development tooling available in the form of Lifetime.
  • Fast learning curve, especially for experienced developers bu also for complete newbies.
  • Come up with a license model for SME. Now only medium and large companies are in focus. The basic license is just too expensive.
  • Introduce reporting tooling.
If vendor software really suites your needs, it can be that you do not need OutSystems, but this is almost never the case. So almost always you can benefit from OS. And of course OS has to be careful not to make the platform too expensive, because then you are only working hard to compete and the great advantages no longer exist.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We've recently created a scrum team to create a new "client following system" using OutSystems. So for now it's just one department using OutSystems. Our old, legacy system does not serve our needs anymore and is not flexible at all. So with OutSystems we are building a new one from scratch. Two of us are new to OutSystems (and IT) and learned to use it in a few months. We hired three external experts to build and teach the juniors, so we could start building and delivering value immediately.
  • Being low-code, even people without any experience can start building with OutSystems immediately.
  • OutSystems has a great and very helpful community, giving advice and pre-build features to beginning engineers.
  • OutSystems is very flexible and easy to use; it enables us to build something useful within minutes.
  • Being relatively new in the IT world, I could use some kind of quick reference guide inside OutSystems (instead of going to the website or forum)
  • Filtering aggregates could perhaps be done in an easier way. I struggle with them, sometimes.
  • I'd like more pre-made layouts.
I think OutSystems is the ideal program to use when you want to work in a lean and agile way (and who doesn't want that?). OutSystems is easy to learn, flexible and highly intuitive. Even without any former IT experience, I was able to build and develop quality features for our new "client following system" within a few months, thanks to OutSystems being low-code.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Collabworks has developed a SaaS product (Framework) using the OutSystems software. The Framework product was created to help companies to maximize the use of their worker's talent. The framework has been used by companies with offices around the world. The OutSystems product allows Collabworks to use the agile development process to reduce development time.
  • They allow their customers to share information about issues and fixes to reduce downtime and obtain a wider view of the capabilities of the products through a customer posting section on the OutSystems website.
  • OutSystems also holds conferences during the year at different locations making it easier for customers to interact and openly discuss what they have learned and how they have used the product.
  • OutSystems also has resources that can be contracted to help a company get started using their products very quickly.
  • Because OutSystems is growing so quickly it can be hard to get business questions, (contract issues, availability date), answered quickly.
  • It is sometimes difficult to find employees with OutSystems product experience.
Quick development of applications that can make information flow faster. This means using data collected by existing products and presenting the data in a different format. It can also be used to create easier ways to input data into older existing systems for processing. Exporting from an existing system and formatted that data into Excel spreadsheets are some of the basics.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Rapid build and ease of deploy of mobile stock control and BI apps, integrating with ERP and used internationally.
  • Rapid build
  • Ease of deploy
  • Intuitive flow based IDE
  • Can get Base level of dev skills quickly
  • Expert support required (supplied as part of the purchase)
  • Requires considered cost-benefit analysis before purchase
  • The platform has vast capabilities, requires external expertise to get up to speed
Suited to rapid mobile dev, dashboard style BI apps. Not so suited to flexible complex data filtering.
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OutSystems ROCKS OUT LOUD!

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OutSystems has become the core platform for two different start-ups that I did in the past 3 years. At first, we needed a revolutionary way to create new innovative solutions & products at a speed never seen before. These new products needed to go from idea to market in weeks not months.
Enhancements need to rollout in days not weeks. Specifically, the products and services we created are B2C and B2B for Dental & Vision financial products and healthcare provider customers.

As we had amazing success creating products & services for our B2B2C customers, we then decided to forego SaaS-based Sales, Service, and B2B On-boarding and we built it ourselves using the pre-build sales & cases apps (from OutSytems) and the BPM capability in OutSystems for B2B On-boarding.

In short - at the startup that I did, we are using OutSystems as the core for the entire business and integrating it with 3rd party services like Office 365, Google G-Suite, RingCentral, etc.

  • Skip prototyping phase - we create very quick designs that actually use our brand standard experiences and connect to real or stub services directly in OutSystems. We've found we co-create in OutSystems. The result is our "prototypes" are really 1st release candidates.
  • SWAGGER 2.0 - AWESOME! If you have access to swagger APIs, integration is so very simple, fast, and robust. Click click click - done! Then the swagger API looks just like any other module that your app needs to access.
  • Web, Mobile-Web, and Native all in ONE platform. We all have heard the dream and promise of "write once, run everywhere." OutSystems is the closest I have ever seen us come to that vision in almost 30 years in software. We truly have ONE module for Web & Mobile web (all responsive out of the box with SilkUI). We truly have ONE module for both Android and iOS thanks to the ReactJS-based solution from OutSystems.
  • LOW-CODE Heaven: No longer to we spend our life slinging code. Now, the OutSystems "robots" generate all the code for us. I will say it's super clean too. I tried to hand-build code that runs faster... I couldn't. On average, OutSystems generated code was 40% faster than mine both on the .NET and SQL side.
  • This is a hard one - I'd say continue to expand support and integration of micro-services. It's come a long way and certainly works - but keep on pouring the gas on micro-services as it's a huge part of our ecosystems.

It's excellent as a "swiss army knife" for creating everything from high-end native mobile apps to responsive web apps and even headless API services.

The built-in BPM is a good general purpose solution if you need it embedded in your apps. However, if you have extremely complex and large-scale BPM needs that span large organizations, you may want to consider a specialized BPM and have OutSystems create the user experience and connect into the 3rd-party BPM.

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We use OutSystems in one of our 3 Business Units. We now have quickly reached 25 Apps built and deployed. We have a couple of hundred users and interface with SAP and several other legacy systems. We also switched from our Waterfall mindset to Agile and started building an internal offshore team of developers. So far we believe we have a good start in our Digital Transformation Journey.
  • Rapid Development
  • Flexibility
  • Excellent UI and UX
  • Good DEVOPS tools
  • SDLC and SSDLC clear alignment would be good
  • Containers
  • Gold client capabilities
OutSystems can be very useful in making UI and UX better through current ERP processes ... Also fast and easy to maintain and use throughout several platforms. Also we can get the internal team really quickly up to speed thru OutSystems training program (and for free.) However, I would not recommend OutSystems to be used on a large systems with several process included
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Visual Modeling (16)
8.5
Drag-and-drop Interfaces (15)
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Platform Security (15)
8.1
Platform User Management (15)
7.7
Reusability (17)
8.3
Platform Scalability (15)
8.2

About OutSystems

OutSystems is designed to help users build enterprise-grade apps incredibly fast. The vendor says their low-code platform is ranked number one by Forrester. This solution lets users visually develop their entire application, easily integrate with existing systems, and add their own custom code when they need it.

OutSystems Features

Has featureVisual development environment, extensible with your custom code
Has featureIntegrate any existing system and database
Has featureDeploy to any device
Has featureNo technology lock-in
Has featureModel complex offline behavior
Has featureIntegrate native device capabilities (GPS, barcode, etc.)

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Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?No

OutSystems Support Options

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Forum/Community
FAQ/Knowledgebase
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Phone

OutSystems Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac, Web-based, Android, iPhone-iPad, Windows Phone, Mobile Web App
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web
Supported Countries:Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported Languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwanese, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian