In the era of Digital Change, you have a choice:
Be disrupted…or be the disruptor.
With increasing demands, dwindling resources, and evaporating time, how can you deliver?
Build and deploy business apps faster than you thought possible.
Have confidence your apps can run your most critical business processes.
This is Appian Low-Code, included in the Digital Transformation Platform.
How do you know if Low-Code is right for you?
Appian Low-Code Means Power
Expand your apps to address any challenge.
Embed process in your apps
Rapidly create task forms and dashboards and include them in easy-to-build, easy-to-use user interfaces.
Adapt to complex events
Track, analyze, and adapt to market demands, business events, regulatory changes, and anything else that may come your way.
Secure and scalable
More security certifications plus proven scalability across global enterprise environments all adds up to your confidence…the second your apps are deployed.
Appian Low-Code Means Ease
Build, use, and change business apps easier than you ever imagined.
Visual development tools
Drag-and-drop and point-and-click development tools make building and changing enterprise apps easy and fast.
Build once, deploy everywhere
Patented design capabilities mean you build it once…then it just works on any device, natively, with no extra development time. Likewise, you change it? It just works….everywhere.
Yes. This means virtually the same thing as what you just read. And, it’s that cool. With Appian, your apps are instantly mobile with no extra time, effort, or resources required.
Apps are simple and intuitive to use, providing a streamlined experience with immediate adoption.
Leader in Low-Code
“Appian’s aPaaS solution is an easy-to-use offering. It has a robust metadata model that enables citizen developers to build applications with minimal involvement from professional developers and system administrators.”
“Appian’s transformation from enterprise BPM to low-code is now complete, with the adoption of a business model that provides cost visibility and easy access.”