Appian, a company that provides modern business process management (BPM) software, recently revealed that research firm Forrester (News - Alert) Research, Inc. has named the company a leader in its new report: "The Forrester Wave: Smart Process Applications, Q2 2013".
Appian is recognized for its BPM Suite, which allows companies to manage business processes, work automations and social collaboration across the enterprise for employees, customers and systems. Appian provides a modern application platform to drive better business decisions, actions and results. Users can automate and coordinate processes to drive intelligent, responsive actions from decision-makers. Moreover, they can increase participation and speed of execution with better visibility across processes, people, and data in an intuitive, modern worksocial interface.
"An influx of new technologies has forever changed the nature of how work gets done," said Matt Calkins, president and CEO of Appian. "This is creating new work patterns and new types of business technology solutions, such as Smart Process Applications. Appian is proud to be at the fore-front of driving value for modern business."
The Appian BPM Suite is available on-premises and in the cloud, with complete portability. More than 3.5 million users, from Fortune 100 companies to the mid-market and small businesses worldwide, trust Appian to power their critical business processes.
Recently, Appian demonstrated the latest capabilities of the Appian business process management suite, including the innovative Appian Records functionality. With Appian Records, Appian is the first vendor in the industry to solve the business performance and visibility problems created by siloed sets of enterprise data across the organization. The result is faster and smarter actions by customer-facing employees, increased collaboration and productivity across the organization, and holistic visibility into the overall health of the business for executives. Through a single social interface, business users can easily manage, access and update the data they need to do their jobs -- regardless of where that data resides.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey