"If a business application is for a specific type of user using only one type of device in areas where networks aren't available, it isn't an Anywhere web application—and therefore it should be a native mobile implementation. Even in this case, some businesses may have their cake and eat it too. Servoy's 4GL application development environment can support both web-based and native mobile clients from a single code base."
"Servoy has lined up an impressive list of customers, from Motorola to Sony to UCLA. Its products have been used to create everything from CRM applications to managing a medical practice. Servoy, based in Amersfoort, outside Amsterdam, has a lot going for it. It has good technology, good positioning, and hard-working managers."
"The ability to create (and maintain) a single code base for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Unix desktops, as well as a variety of browsers, could save software geeks oodles of time and money. Servoy claims its customers can develop Web apps many times faster than by using Microsoft's .Net, and for a fraction of the cost."
"A recent Aberdeen Group study of 100 companies shows legacy application migration costs are at a median of $250,000 US. For smaller companies with tight budgets, large enterprises with many applications, and ISVs with limited R&D budgets, the key to economic efficiency is migration technology efficiency. Servoy's program can help ISVs get and stay on today's technology curve without spending a fortune.”
-Peter S Kastner, Vice President and Director for Enterprise Integration Research, The Aberdeen Group."
"Products such as Servoy provide integral testing and quality features. These include impact analysis and internal-consistency checks.
However, more common to the entire category is test by doing. Deployment is so quick and easy
that teams can readily adopt a prototyping approach to testing their applications."