LOW-CODE
PREFABS
SOLUTIONS
EVALUATE
Wired for Experience*

Join us at Money 2020 (USA) this October and find out how
low-code completes the BaaS story, beyond APIs. 


Book a meeting

Or find us at booth no. K5136

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Who we are

Introducing BaaS v2, by WaveMaker, the most open low-code platform in the market. WaveMaker powers
rapid composability, consistency & customizability for future financial services apps.

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API-first
architecture

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For composable
development
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Built for speed
and scale

Designed by
developers

Recognized by

forester

note icon“The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development
Platforms For Professional Developers, Q2 2021”

Why us

To give your customers better ROI

Move customers to a self-serve model, offer innovative API collections, prefabs, and out-of-the-box customizable components
Improve their time-to-market

To absorb market demand faster

Employ diverse workforce more effectively, reduce dependency on PS teams, and reduce customer acquisition costs
Expand addressable market

To multiply your business value

Offer more than just APIs. Structure offerings with tiered pricing, include source code options, and white labeled low-code studio access

Drive up lifetime value


Join us using the discount code "WAV250"

Or find us at booth no. K5136

Interesting reads

FINTECH
FUTURES

Low-code development and BaaS APIs
Read more to find out if this is embedded finance’s hockey stick moment?

Vikram Srivats
Vice President, WaveMaker



Composable enterprises will be built on low-code
Read this article by Mayur Shah, Senior Director, WaveMaker on how low-code
will be instrumental in building a composable enterprise




Realizing the untapped potential
of BaaS with low-code

Watch Vikram Srivats, VP, WaveMaker, in conversation with David M. Brear on 11:FS Spotlight













What's New
WaveMaker 10.8.0 now has team access to artifact repository, improved workflows for artifact publishing, prefabs versioning, and more...


The WaveMakers