DreamFactory Partners with Modus Create

By CIOReview | Tuesday, May 17, 2016
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Bill Appleton, CEO, DreamFactory

Bill Appleton, CEO, DreamFactory

CAMPBELL, CA: DreamFactory, a leading open-source software provider that offers backend-as-a-service to native mobile applications in cloud environment, has announced partnership with software development agency Modus Create to accelerate the development of modern applications for leading global brands. This partnership enables Modus to deliver application development projects to clients faster than before with very less risk.

DreamFactory addresses the increasing demand by enterprise business units and departments for mobile access to corporate databases that continues to outpace the ability of many enterprises to provide these apps. For such work, backend integration in highly scalable mobile apps is among the toughest problems faced by any development firm. "By using DreamFactory, we've been able to reduce the time to value in engagements by automating the creation of APIs for a wide range of legacy back-ends," said Patrick Sheridan, co-founder and CEO of Modus Create. The partnership is centered on leveraging DreamFactory’s REST API Automation Platform. “Our REST API software can be installed on any server or cloud and connected to any data source, providing more flexibility and control than SaaS offerings. The platform automatically provides reusable REST APIs for each application, cutting months of development time for each project,” says Bill Appleton, CEO, DreamFactory.

DreamFactory’s Velocity Partner Program assists SIs, ISVs and IT services providers to build best practice around implementing and using a modern API architecture for enhancing better customer engagements and boost revenue. "Our customers need a lot of help meeting their mobile initiatives and look to us to recommend partners. We are thrilled to have a development partner as experienced as Modus Create join our program to not only provide app delivery, but more importantly help our customers build an API infrastructure," says Appleton.