Appsmith Launches Partner Program to Empower Businesses to Build Business Critical Applications
Appsmith Inc, the leading open source low-code platform today announced the launch of its Partner Program to build an extensive partner ecosystem and expand use cases, services and integration options using the Appsmith platform.
Appsmith's partner network of freelancers, agencies, Value Added Resellers (VAR), System Integrators (SI) and Technology companies will get close access to Appsmith's product team, premium support, and GTM enablement. Appsmith's usage-based pricing model ensures that everyone is aligned to deliver success. With this model, partners and customers only pay for what they use, which aligns incentives and ensures that the focus is on delivering value.
"We're thrilled to launch our Partner Program," said Abhishek Nayak, CEO of Appsmith. "Partners bring specialized skills and industry experience, leading to more innovative solutions and a higher return on investment for businesses of all sizes. Our open source platform is perfect for partners to adopt for their customers. It provides complete freedom and flexibility, with no lock-in and the ability to contribute code and be part of a vibrant community," Nayak added.
"Amidst this macroeconomic climate, the tightening of IT budgets along with a talent crunch is leading to many companies aopting low code tools for custom internal software and are looking for partners to provide domain knowledge," says Michael De Veylder, Head of Partnerships at Appsmith. "We're excited to launch a program where we put the partner first, allowing for a win-win-win between customers, partners and Appsmith."
Ben Ford, Founder of Mission Ctrl, an Appsmith Partner said, "Appsmith is the essential front end for the stack of open source tools we use to build better internal systems for our customers really fast."
For more information on the Appsmith Partner Program, please visit the Appsmith website.
Appsmith was founded in 2019 with the mission to enable engineers to build internal web applications quickly with a low code approach. Taking an open source software approach provides anyone with access to the software and the opportunity to get involved in the community.
The company is backed by leading venture capitalists Insight Partners, Canaan Partners, Accel Partners among others.
Visit Appsmith.com for more information.