Low-code with complete automation delivers faster and more impactful business value
McLEAN, VA — May 11, 2021 — Appian (NASDAQ: APPN) today unveiled the latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform. The new release expands the boundaries of the low-code industry with the introduction of data fabric, a new code-free approach to unifying enterprise data. The latest version of Appian also features enhanced AI-driven Intelligent Document Processing (IDP), new design guidance and developer collaboration features, and enhanced DevSecOps capabilities.
Appian delivers complete automation, orchestrating people, existing systems, data, bots, and AI in a single workflow. Complete automation fuels enterprise-wide workflows to unlock material business results.
Matt Richard, CIO at Laborers International Union of North America (LiUNA), a 500,000-member union of workers in construction, postal, and other industries, said, “Appian strips away the complexities of working with the most advanced automation technologies so we can focus on making our member experience the best it can be. We were able to build our first Appian RPA [robotic process automation] process in just four days, integrated with our people processes and Appian AI. Simplifying data design is going to have a huge impact for us so I am looking forward to the new release with data fabric.”
The new platform enhancements support the Appian Guarantee, which aims to deliver a customer’s first project live in just eight weeks with a flat services fee. New capabilities in the latest version of the Appian platform include:
The latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform will be generally available in June 2021. For a free trial of the platform, go to www.appian.com/platform/free-trial/.
Appian is a software company that automates business processes. The Appian AI Process Platform includes everything you need to design, automate, and optimize even the most complex processes, from start to finish. The world's most innovative organizations trust Appian to improve their workflows, unify data, and optimize operations—resulting in better growth and superior customer experiences.