Appian: makes it easy to build powerful enterprise applications…fast
Appian is a low-code platform allowing companies to build enterprise wide applications fast. The world’s leading enterprises trust Appian to build digital solutions up to 20X faster and deliver real value to their customers. Appian has customers in many industries, such as Insurance, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Government and Oil & Gas.
Only Appian delivers the speed of enterprise low-code and the power of industry-leading intelligent automation. It’s the secret weapon to put Digital Transformation on the fast track. The Appian platform enables insurance companies to meet the constant changing customer service and market demands on digitization by building applications fast and remain agile, i.e. with the ability to change solution quickly. The applications can integrate new technologies with legacy systems and enhance functionality.
Some large insurance companies like Aviva, Aegon, Aon and MunichRe have chosen Appian as part of their solutions architecture and developing many solutions to support their business. The biggest price they get is when their customers go-live on their solutions. To celebrate this, they give their customers a Lego model representing the solution, its flexibility and the speed in which it was delivered.
Appian enables insurers to close the gap between the digitalization demands and what they can deliver, through a low code platform which is easy to use for creating applications and maintaining them. There are not enough IT people to create IT code using the old methods of software development, let alone to maintain the existing solutions where 80% of IT budgets go to. Recruiters are struggling to find the right people. Appian changes this battle into a new way of working. To learn Appian and to deliver on it is a matter of weeks, not months or years. The solutions you create are not legacy at go live, they are as easy to maintain as to create them: you draw them, like a flow chart.
How it works
With Appian users create applications like they draw a flow chart:
- Users orchestrate business processes across people, robots, systems, and artificial intelligence
- Eliminate repetitive, high-volume tasks and the associated manual errors by integrating legacy systems with industry-leading Robotic Process Automation
- Make apps smarter with Appian’s native AI services and no-code integration to top AI/Machine Learning platforms
Why we selected Appian for DIA Amsterdam
Appian is an innovation enabler. Using innovative apps that drive revenue, accelerate time to market, increase collaboration, optimize operations and drastically improve the customer experience. Appian is transforming the way insurers do business in the digital world. Appian apps broaden awareness of changes in businesses, markets, and customers, and accelerate the translation of that awareness into better decisions and actions.
At DIA Amsterdam, Gijsbert Cox speaker: Industry Lead Insurance and Markus Elger, Solution Consultant will present a demo of an insurance policy change and how Appian helps insurers to improve on:
- Customer experience
- Ability to change remain agile and have the ability to adapt
- Data unification
Who is Appian?
Founded in 1999 by four men with one mission; making BPM simple. Last year, Appian passed the $100 million revenue mark. The company’s main stockholders include founders Robert Kramer (General Manager), Michael Beckley (CTO), Marc Wilson (Senior VP) and Matt Calkins (CEO), and venture capital firms New Enterprise Associates and Novak Biddle Venture Partners. Some of the main partners include KPMG, PwC, Capgemini, Atos, Deloitte, Cognizant and BluePrism.
Today they are the #1 in customer satisfaction according to industry analysts and customers .Appian is publicly-traded (NASDAQ: APPN). The global headquarters are in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, USA with regional offices across North America, Europe, Middle-East, and Asia-Pacific and 1,000+ employees worldwide.
“We’re here to simplify what it takes to turn great ideas into powerful business applications that deliver significant value.”
Matt Calkins, Founder and CEO