LcS White Label Program

Are you one of the thousands of software vendors needing to extend the digital transformation, workflow and customisation capabilities of your current products?

Are your customers asking for low-code tools they can use in-house to
create custom business process solutions?

More than rebadging, OneBlink’s White Label program is unique, multi-dimensional and offers selected partners the opportunity to fully participate in the Low-code Application Platform (LCAP) sector.

Low-code development is a sector that Gartner is forecasting will account for 65% of all application development by 2024, and where Research and Markets estimate its value to be $187 Billion by 2030.

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Why White Label With OneBlink?



Roadmap Input

Direct access to and input into OneBlink's ongoing innovation roadmap for Low-code Suite



Dedicated Team

Contracted commitment of a local Account Manager and dedicated OneBlink engineering team



Dedicated Infrastructure

Your discrete service established in your choice of AWS availability zones.



Proven Program

Established processes, flexible pricing & contracts to fit with your existing users and support programs, plus access to marketing materials and go-to-market programs all backed by SLAs and Business Associate Agreements



Fully Managed SaaS

A NoOps back end so you can focus on sales without burdening your team or your customers with managing complex server-side operations.

White Label Case Study: CivicPlus

CivicPlus is a Kansas headquartered provider of software solutions for around 4,000 Local Government Authorities across North America.

After nearly 20 years of successful operation they identified two key requirements that would underpin future growth: 1) more agile low-code development tools so that their customers could become more responsive to changing citizen needs, leading to… 2) an expansion into back-office business process solutions (with higher ACVs) alongside their traditional citizen-facing products.

Having spent a lot of time on in-house development to remedy these product portfolio needs, they eventually decided to look for experienced partners who could provide saleable (but still CP focused) solutions in the shortest possible timeframe, and, provide expertise and guidance on how to sell and support these new products.

CivicPlus chose OneBlink to form their new Civic Optimise division, focused on Low-code DIY development of business process apps.

The unique CivicPlus LCAP solution was launched for sale within 6 weeks of completing the White Label Agreement, and following one lighthouse customer, 4 separate multi-year sales were achieved in the 6 weeks following launch.

Early clients provided case studies and participated in webinars

Even further sales have been
achieved

The company has built a prospect pipeline in excess of $1M

A roadmap of integrations and features specific to this market sector has been established

Both parties have further agreed to establish additional infrastructure to service the Canadian market

The first working ‘solution applet’ product has been developed and is being introduced to BETA prospects