Appian Named Finalist for Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Awards
Vienna, VA., May 23, 2007 – Appian, the leading provider of Business Process Management Suites (BPMS), today announced that it was named a finalist for Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Awards.
The award recognizes a company’s achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture.
Appian has created an environment where employees can share ideas and feedback with their managers, as well as corporate executives. This allows all personnel to contribute to all aspects of the business. With more than 200 employees, Appian prides itself on attracting some of the Washington DC area’s finest talent and leveraging those individuals and their unique perspectives to create a truly distinctive work environment. This focus on employees has enabled Appian to build an innovative business that has been recognized and awarded by customers, partners, industry analysts and leading trade publications.
“Appian is proud to be a finalist in Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to Work awards,” said Matthew Calkins, President and CEO, Appian. “Our company is only as good as the talented people we hire and retain, and Appian is dedicated to delivering the best work environment and employee benefits possible. Our employee programs represent an ongoing effort to recognize everyone’s hard work in helping to build Appian into a leader in the Business Process Management arena.”
Appian delivers an enterprise platform for digital transformation that enables organizations to revolutionize their customer experience, optimize their business operations, and master global risk and compliance. Powered by industry leading Business Process Management (BPM) and Case Management capabilities, Appian’s low-code approach can radically accelerate the time it takes to build and deploy powerful, modern applications, on-premises or in the cloud.