May 20, 2016

Should British Businesses Invest More In Research and Development?

Why more companies should be investing time and money in developing new products, services and systems.


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December 28, 2006

Appian in sync with Vista and Office 2007

Appian has been working closely with Microsoft and is poised to take full advantage of the new technology embodied in Vista and Microsoft Office 2007, according to Michael Beckley, Appian VP of product strategy and co-founder...


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September 29, 2006

Compliance: process and content

Compliance with laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA) entails both process and content...


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July 21, 2006

Appian Puts Polish into BPM

I look at four key elements when gauging the potential ROI and success of a BPM package: adaptability to existing platforms and applications, process insight and activity monitoring, usability, and the strength of the rules engine. On all counts, Appian Enterprise 5.1 fills the bill with its full-featured, people-centric, process-management suite...


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May 22, 2006

Appian Enterprise 5 Unveiled With Enhanced, Third-Generation AJAX-Based User Interface

Appian, a leading provider of human-centric business process management suites (BPMS), has unveiled Appian Enterprise 5, providing organizations with the industry's most sophisticated platform for rapidly developing and deploying next-generation composite process applications...


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May 22, 2006

Put to the Test: Appian Enterprise 5 Masters Process Change

Liberating users from rigid models, Appian's Enterprise 5 BPM suite lets you alter the process to ease exception handling...


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April 17, 2006

BPM Vendors Tap AJAX to Put Process in Context

Pegasystems and Appian are using AJAX to deliver personalized and process-relevant dynamic interfaces...


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April 17, 2006

In Focus: Is “Process-Oriented Application” an Oxymoron?

Not seeing a contradiction in terms, a growing number of BPM vendors are talking about process-oriented applications...


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April 13, 2006

Pearson & Appian Selected to Create Enterprise Business Modernization System for Defense Information Systems Agency

Pearson Analytic Solutions (formerly KEI Pearson), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pearson Government Solutions, was awarded a $22.8 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to create an Enterprise Business Modernization (EBM) System...


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March 29, 2006

Companies set business process management priorities

Firms that are moving forward with business process management projects are beginning to report some rewards...


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March 20, 2006

OMG Announces Program for BPM Think Tank 2006; Appian a Sponsor of Uniquely Interactive BPM Event

The Object Management Group(TM) (OMG(TM)) and its BPMI Steering Committee today announced the program for BPM Think Tank 2006...


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March 13, 2006

Processes from point A to B to X: Appian Enterprise 5

Not so long ago BPM (business process management) vendors could afford to specialize. Now they’re moving as fast as they can to bring the spheres of collaborative workflow and system-centric processes together...


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March 11, 2006

Appian Unveils Enterprise 5 BPMS Featuring AJAX-Based User Interface

Appian, provider of human-centric business process management suites (BPMS), today unveiled Appian Enterprise 5, providing organizations with the industry's most sophisticated platform for rapidly developing and deploying next-generation composite process applications...


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March 1, 2006

100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management 2006

One hundred. Not 101. Not 99.

Does our list mean that there are only 100 companies that matter in KM? Of course not. We figure there are more than 1,500 companies in our loosely defined space, and each one brings something of value to the table...