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IBM® Financial Services Workbench for IBM Cloud™ Pak for Data V1.0 helps banks capitalize on digital business opportunities by creating cloud-native solutions infused with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, with strong emphasis on enabling people in their different roles to collaboratively design, implement, and test solutions.

WaveMaker is a visual application development platform to build web and mobile applications at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional application development.

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IBM Financial Services Workbench is ranked 38th in Low-Code Development Platforms while WaveMaker is ranked 27th in Low-Code Development Platforms. IBM Financial Services Workbench is rated 0.0, while WaveMaker is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM Financial Services Workbench is most compared with , whereas WaveMaker is most compared with Mendix.

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