Bank of Tennessee to Showcase the Power of Appian Worksocial at BPM Open House

Financial services firms often find it difficult to modernize business processes and create efficient ways to meet customer expectations. Though the social and mobile revolution has infiltrated the business world, many financial organizations continue to opt for traditional work practices because they struggle to find a good strategy and implementation plan for these new concepts.

Bank of Tennessee, a leading Tri-Cities regional bank, cracked the nut by using mobile and social as a way to improve business processes. Since deploying Appian BPM solutions, the bank has seen a tremendous return on investment, as they are able to meet customer financial needs in real-time, from any device.

Appian, along with Bank of Tennessee, will be on-hand to participate in the BPM Open House , an informative series of webinars and presentations addressing the major BPM industry trends. During the webinar presentation, Will Barrett, Senior Operations Officer at Bank of Tennessee, will explain how Appian’s worksocial business processes have improved the way the regional bank works and how it services customers.

With Appian, Bank of Tennessee has automated its business processes for loan origination while creating a collaborative social environment with native mobile app accessibility from any device. During the webinar, Barrett will discuss how Bank of Tennessee has been able to turn the social and mobile revolution into real business value, as well as how to bring enhanced collaboration to business relations.

In addition to examining the Bank of Tennessee case study, Appian’s Malcolm Ross, Vice President of Product Marketing, will provide a live demonstration of how to transform work efficiency through mobile, social and cloud solutions within the market leading Appian BPM Suite. This demonstration will provide attendees a look into best practices for how to deliver a modern BPM enterprise solution.

If you would like to hear more about Bank of Tennessee’s BPM story or learn about modern enterprise mobile and social processes, be sure to sign up for this BPM Open House webinar being held tomorrow (October 10th) at 11:00am(EST).

In addition to these presentations, one lucky attendee of the session will receive a Canon – PowerShot A2500 16.0-Megapixel Digital Camera! Note: you must attend the webinar LIVE in order to be eligible for this prize.

Mike Ingrisano

Media Relations Manager