We make high-productivity development systems for building modern software.

Headquartered in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area and with customers in 17 countries, WaveMaker powers large enterprises and ISVs who are building API-driven, consumer-scale, enterprise-grade web and mobile applications and software platforms.


WaveMaker Inc was founded in 2013, when the rapid application development desktop software was acquired from VMWare in 2013 by the group company Pramati. WaveMaker was classified as "low code" in 2014 when Forrester Research introduced the market term. Since then it has upgraded to be a cloud native platform offering full-stack zero-devops acceleration for Java and Angular developers building custom web and mobile software.

As software builders ourselves, we – and indeed our many ISV and enterprise customers – have felt the need for a development system that provides full stack acceleration with full transparency and access to coders. It was our mission to make software development more productive by abstracting out complexity and augmenting coding efforts.

WaveMaker is constantly reassessing the value it brings to customers and meeting the needs of modern software development. It has recently embarked on infusing Generative AI and Neural Network technologies into its low code platform to eliminate grunt work, enabling developers to focus on building pixel-perfect user experiences and process innovation.


WaveMaker has been honored with five analyst recognitions in 2023, including the Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development Platforms For Professional Developers, Q2 2023, which highlights its suitability for building customizable commercial products, the Low-code Application Development Platforms PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2023 report by Everest which positions Wavemakers as a ‘Major Contender’, ISG’s Next-Gen ADM Solutions: Low-Code/No-Code Development Platforms, and Omdia’s Universe: No Code, Low Code Solutions, 2023–24 that positioned WaveMaker as the industry’s most open low-code development platform, enabling high coders to build high-stakes, long-lived custom applications.