A Preview of Appian’s BPM Software Vision at CIO Perspectives

Appian is a regular sponsor of CXO Media’s “CIO Perspectives” conference series. At tomorrow’s CIO Perspectives New York, our CEO Matt Calkins will discuss Appian’s vision for BPM software in the modern age of mobility, cloud computing and social business collaboration.

This will be a preview of the keynote presentation Matt will deliver next week at Appian World 2012. Pre-registration for the conference is closing this week, so make sure you sign up.

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CIO Perspectives NY is a great place for an early run of Matt’s presentation. The event features sessions such as “Socially Awkward,” “Social Media and IT Consumerization in the Enterprise,” “Building the Mobile Enterprise in 2012,” “Clearing the Fog on Cloud Technologies for the Enterprise,” and other spot-on topics.

Against this backdrop, Matt will discuss the new realities of corporate IT, and how modern BPM software can act as the single platform for the composition of multiple process applications and the integration of legacy systems, as well as the single environment for the consumption of those applications on the desktop and via mobile devices.

At Appian World 2012, Matt will follow that up with a sneak preview of Appian 7, and how the next rev of the Appian BPM Suite will provide the best way yet devised to organize and execute work.

If you haven’t registered for Appian World yet, don’t miss the boat. There’s only one week to go!

Ben Farrell

Director of Corporate Communications

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