July 25, 2008

Appian Corporation Presents Two Models for its Leading BPM Software System – License and On-Demand

Companies now have a choice in how they take advantage of Appian’s business process management software: traditional on-premise licensing, or via Software-as-a-Service

VIENNA, Va.— July 25, 2008 Known for delivering innovative BPM software solutions to companies and government agencies across the globe, Appian now offers two ways for a business to drive process improvement efforts. The first way, and the most popular, is the Appian Enterprise BPM Suite. The Appian Enterprise BPM Software Suite is the only 100 percent Web-based BPM suite on the market. By simplifying process improvement through a comprehensive Suite solution, Appian creates a system that lets users at any level help meet corporate goals. More importantly, the software suite offers the flexibility to change as the business grows and new market opportunities and challenges arise.The other route for appian customers is to “pay as they go” by utilizing Appian as a service via the on-demand Appian Anywhere offering. Designers created Appian Anywhere to be a complete BPM software solution delivered through a software-as-a-service model. Appian Anywhere is available in a hosted environment, delivering fast and cost-effective BPM solutions for medium-sized businesses and departments within large enterprises. Interested organizations can learn more by visiting http://www.appian.com or by calling (703) 442-8844.


About Appian

Appian delivers an enterprise platform for digital transformation that makes it easy for organizations to move fast and revolutionize the customer experience. Powered by industry leading Business Process Management (BPM) and Case Management capabilities, Appian’s low-code approach radically accelerates the time it takes to build and deploy powerful, modern applications, on-premises or in the cloud. The world’s most innovative organizations use Appian to revolutionize their customer experiences, transform their business operations, and master global risk and compliance.