Turn IT Disruptors into Real Business Value with BPM

Technology innovations bring new ways to work but also introduce challenges. In addition to face-to-face meetings, phone calls, and emails, today’s workers can also communicate via instant messaging, online team collaboration spaces, and company portals. The number of business applications also grow every year, from basic office productivity suite, unified communications software, legacy systems, to functional applications for finance, human resources, customer relationship management (CRM), digital asset management (DAM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), just to name a few. The variety and complexity of ways to access enterprise knowledge leads to inefficiencies, conflicting information, and inability to make effective and timely decisions based on correct business intelligence.

The explosion of information and mobile device types also adds challenges to not only modern workers but to IT professionals as well. Users now have more ways to access data, but they don’t always get what they need from the device of their choice. Lack of access to critical enterprise information when today’s mobile workers are working and making decisions in the field is a major handicap in today’s face-paced, dynamic work environment.

At BPM-CON, an online conference hosted by Integration Developer News, Malcolm Ross, VP of Product Marketing at Appian, talks about the modern work challenge and how to turn IT disruptors into real business value. Register today to watch and listen to his session on demand to learn how Appian solves these challenges.

Our award-winning, innovative business process management (BPM) software platform offers social collaboration, dynamic case management, and enterprise data navigation across systems with intelligent enterprise workflow and analytics engines. The 100% web-based platform is available on-premise and in the cloud for software as a service (SaaS) delivery model. In addition, Appian’s native mobile applications for Apple iPhones and iPads, Google Android and Blackberry smart phones and tablets allows knowledge workers to bring their own device (BYOD) to work. Mobile access across major platforms provides multiple ways for enterprise professionals to access the information they need to be effective at work, wherever that may be. All these innovative features are part of the core Appian BPM Suite with no additional fees and components, reducing deployment complexity and increasing the speed to value.

Register for BPM-CON to learn more and download related assets. Start turning IT disruptors into advantages and real business value with Appian BPM.

Cindy Cheng

Director of Product Marketing