The award recognises its work with property management company Mypm and the delivery of their app, which makes the most common property management requests easily accessible to landlords, tenants and property managers on demand.
This app was built using world leading low-code development platform, OutSystems. Low-code technology is widely used throughout Europe and the US but still in an early adoption stage in Australia. Gartner estimates, by 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity.
In 2018, Kiandra took home the Homegrown Innovators Award for its work with real estate service group, Oliver Hume. It created a complex online payment system, which was a market-first capability – being able to reserve a lot of land via a digital system and moving a number of face to face sales processes online.
More than 60 partners and start-ups made the final shortlist this year with over 400 award submissions, making it the most competitive and comprehensive selection of leading innovators across Australia.