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NEW APP PLATFORMS WILL TAKE MOBILE BEYOND DESKTOP COMPANION

November 04, 2013   |   Wired

Michael Beckley, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Appian explores why a true mobile transformation has not yet occurred and whether that is coming in the future...

AUTOMATING MORTGAGE LOAN PROCESSES FOR FASTER, MOBILE CLIENT SERVICE

November 01, 2013

Will Barrett from the Bank of Tennessee discusses how the bank has rebuilt the IT infrastructure behind its lending operations to help it compete with bigger banks. They chose Appian as a vendor to help them deploy BPM for core process improvement....

APPIAN BEEFS UP BPM

October 30, 2013   |   KM World

KMWorld takes a look at Appian's latest BPM Software release. The newest version reveals Appian's Self-Assembling Interface Layer (SAIL) which promises to make it easier to design and use collaborative solutions on a variety of platforms and devices...

SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE ENTERPRISE: GETTING IT RIGHT

October 22, 2013   |   NLPS

Social technologies are permeating the workplace. Based on a recent survey, most businesses do not have relevant and effective policies in place for how employees can use social media. This interview with Malcolm Ross, VP of Product Marketing explores how companies can use social technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their business...

CTO MICHAEL BECKLEY ON SUCCESS IN THE BUSINESS COLLABORATION SPACE

October 21, 2013   |   Bezinga

In this interview CTO Michael Beckley explains how Appian has been able to sustain successful growth in a crowded collaboration software space. Mike highlights Appian's investment in developing native applications for every platform as a key differentiator for clients. The flexibility in Appian's software make it easier for companies to develop and deploy...

TRADITIONAL APP DEVELOPMENT STIFLES GOVERNMENT INNOVATION

October 21, 2013   |   Information Week

Appian's Chris O'Connell explores the how the Government must use innovation and agile software development to increase efficiency and reduce spending. It is estimated that currently maintenance and operations account for over 70% of IT expenditures in the Government. There are ways the Government can greatly change this...

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