Appian (NASDAQ: APPN), has been named a Leader by Gartner in its 2019 Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMS). This marks the ninth time in a row that Appian has been named a Leader by Gartner in this market. The report evaluates vendors in the iBPMS market and their product offerings.
The report defines iBPMS as “a type of high-productivity (low-code/no-code) application development platform…Intelligent business process management suites use actionable, real-time insights from operations intelligence to increase the agility and scalability of business operations.”
“Appian takes pride in our continued focus on innovation and customer success. New offerings like our Intelligent Contact Center showcase our low-code features and enable our customers to drive digital transformation and intelligent process automation across their organisations,” said Malcolm Ross, Vice President of Product Marketing, Appian. “This is all embodied by the Appian Guarantee, which is our commitment to deliver powerful business impact quickly at a fixed cost.”
For more information and to download a complimentary copy of the report, visit https://www.appian.com/.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites, Rob Dunie, Derek Miers, Jason Wong, Marc Kerremans, Kimihiko Iijiima, Paul Vincent, 30 January 2019.
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