Trackvia is a cloud low-code-development application platform-as-a-service (PaaS) company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. It was founded in 2006 by Chris Basham and Matt McAdams. Trackvia's current CEO is Pete Khanna.
Trackvia's platform is a web-based application development and management environment. Its capabilities and features encompass data storage (with relational database concepts), application behavior in the form of scripting and integrations, user and role management, user-interface "flows", and application lifecycle management. Management of the platform is done through a web-based application-building and management interface. Systems created in Trackvia run on the web and in native iOS and Android applications.
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