Skip to main content
John   Bratincevic

John Bratincevic

Senior Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals

John's research focuses on citizen developers, low-code development platforms, and digital process automation.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, John was co-founder and principal at Calabash, a Lean process consulting firm, where he used low-code development platforms to deliver transformational process improvement projects in over 20 industries and for some of the world’s largest companies. Before that, John was a program manager and solutions engineer for XPO Logistics, where he led projects for Fortune 500 clients applying best practices to the supply chain.

Education

John double-majored in music and business management and holds a BS from Elmhurst College.

John Bratincevic

Senior Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals

John's research focuses on citizen developers, low-code development platforms, and digital process automation.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, John was co-founder and principal at Calabash, a Lean process consulting firm, where he used low-code development platforms to deliver transformational process improvement projects in over 20 industries and for some of the world’s largest companies. Before that, John was a program manager and solutions engineer for XPO Logistics, where he led projects for Fortune 500 clients applying best practices to the supply chain.

Education

John double-majored in music and business management and holds a BS from Elmhurst College.

John Bratincevic's Research

Most RecentMost Popular
  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: Don't Ignore Security In Low-Code Development

    Low-Code Mitigates Some Security Risks — But "Citizen Developers" Bring New Challenges

    December 23, 2020 Sandy Carielli, John Bratincevic

    The low-code movement can turn anyone into a developer, but it can't turn anyone into a security-aware developer. Low-code platforms abstract away some security risks, but other security requirements remain. Security pros should read this report to learn how to work with low-code developers and how to manage the security benefits and risks of low-code development.

  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: Prescriptive Low-Code: The New Quest To Marry The Best Of Packaged And Custom Apps

    A Promising Approach To Obtain Custom Business Solutions

    October 30, 2020John Bratincevic, John Rymer

    Prescriptive low-code platforms blend packaged application components and low-code development platforms to speed delivery of bespoke business apps. Low-code platforms allow fast app delivery; prescriptive low-code can be even quicker. A handful of platform vendors are pioneering the approach — usually for complex enterprise applications. Application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals should read this report to understand the potential benefits and pitfalls of this new branch of the low-code platforms market and "buy vs. build" alternative.

  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: We Must Address Testing In Low-Code Development

    Start With Key Areas: Functional, Unit, And Component Testing

    October 2, 2020John Bratincevic, Diego Lo Giudice, John Rymer, Julia Caldwell

    The role of low-code platforms is growing in application development. Application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals are starting to use these platforms to speed delivery of mission-critical high-scale projects and must now address application quality by testing their low-code creations. Testing low-code applications is different from testing traditionally developed apps. Read this report to understand these differences and why they matter.

  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: Now Tech: Digital Process Automation Services, Q3 2020

    Forrester's Overview Of 20 Digital Process Automation Service Providers

    September 29, 2020John Bratincevic, Rob Koplowitz

    You can use digital process automation (DPA) services to help formulate digital transformation strategy, improve customer experience (CX) with design thinking, and address organizational change management. But to realize these benefits, you'll first have to select from a diverse set of vendors that vary by size, functionality, geography, and vertical market focus. Application development and delivery (AD&D) pros should use this report to understand the value they can expect from a DPA service provider and select one based on size and functionality.

  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: The Forrester Wave™: Digital Process Automation Service Providers, Q3 2020

    The 13 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

    September 23, 2020 Rob Koplowitz, John Bratincevic

    In our 22-criterion evaluation of digital process automation (DPA) service providers, we identified the 13 most significant ones — Accenture, BP3, Coforge (formerly Incessant Technologies), Cognizant, EPAM, HCL Technologies, Infosys, KPMG, Perficient, Persistent, Princeton Blue, Virtusa, and Wipro — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals select the right one for their needs.

View all of John Bratincevic's Research

Clients Who Work With John Bratincevic Also Work With:

View all related analysts