Appian recently announced the latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform. The new version makes it easier for IT professionals to drive rapid and substantial business value from a new generation of powerful and scalable enterprise automation technologies (hyperautomation), united on Appian’s platform for low-code development. Major enhancements to this version of Appian’s platform unify low-code robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence, and process automation.
Appian BPM software is a model-driven app development platform that allows both experienced and citizen developers to build process-centric and case-centric applications with the ability to monitor and improve business processes in response to changing needs. What separates Appian from many other BPM solutions is its ability to manage business outcomes, in addition to process orchestration of hybrid processes. Additionally, Appian is especially social-centric, easing collaboration between customers, workers, and suppliers.
The latest version of Appian’s platform enhances the provider’s out-of-the-box AI-enabled Intelligent Document Processing (IDP). IDP saves time by eliminating manual form and business document intake, using AI to convert unstructured data into structured data without human intervention. The new release also leverages Appian’s unique Data Anywhere architecture to unite the entire modern workforce of bots, AI, and people with enterprise data without requiring any data migration.
In a media statement, Michael Beckley, Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Appian said, “through the course of 2020, the urgency for fast and powerful process automation became undeniable as organizations struggled with the distributed workforces, broken processes, and inaccessible data brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our new platform release delivers the unified automation technologies and the development speed that define the new world of hyperautomation. The result is smarter, faster, more resilient companies.”
New enhancements in the latest Appian release include:
- Rapid process and task automation with low-code RPA
- Form and paper automation with native IDP
- Integrate and build applications without migrating data
- 360-degree application health dashboard for developers
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