Luxoft Develops a ‘Blockchain Adapter’ for BPM Tools on Appian’s Platform

Luxoft Develops a 'Blockchain Adapter' for BPM Tools on Appian's Platform

Luxoft Holding Inc., a global IT service provider, has announced the completion of it’s blockchain adapter for Appian’s rapid application development platform. It’s now available exclusively to businesses using Appians Business Process Management (BPM) tool and will allow its users to integrate a blockchain network into their day-to-day business processes creating a secure, digital environment that facilitates data sharing.

“The launch of this adapter is about helping businesses realise the huge potential of blockchain by making it easier to use,” said Vasiliy Suvorov, Vice President of Technology Strategy at Luxoft. “Problems integrating blockchain into existing in-house systems are often the biggest obstacles to its adoption. Now, by integrating blockchain into a BPM, a business can leverage the benefits of a decentralised model whilst retaining its existing IT architecture. This means business don’t have to rip out their old IT systems to use blockchain.”

The blockchain adapter creates a secure, reliable and auditable way for medical and pharmacy systems to share and update real-time accumulators, meaning medical insurers, healthcare providers and pharmacies using the Appian Platform instantly have access to the same claim data.

“At Appian we value our partner ecosystem and are committed to supporting them as we grow in the key Healthcare market,” said Marc Wilson, SVP Global Partnerships & Industries at Appian. “Blockchain impacts organizations across all industries, but it is an especially difficult challenge within the Healthcare industry given the complexities they face. Through our partnership with Luxoft, our customers now have a solution specifically designed to address these needs within the Appian platform.”

According to the company, Luxoft built the Adapter on Appian’s Platform, as it’s used extensively across a variety of industries, from financial services to healthcare, in areas such as provider data management, medical management and clinical trials. The move is part of a push to commercialise Distributed Ledger Technologies and accelerate its deployment in established business processes.


Looking for more? Download our BPM Buyer’s Guide for free to compare the top 24 BPM software vendors head to head! The guide also includes 4 key capabilities to consider while selecting a new BPM solution and 5 questions to ask yourself and the software vendor before purchasing.

And don’t forget to follow us on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook for all the latest in Work Tech!

Elizabeth Quirk

Elizabeth Quirk

Liz is an enterprise technology writer covering Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Process Management (BPM) and Talent Management Suites (TMS) at Solutions Review. She attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where she attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. You can reach her at equirk@solutionsreview.com
Elizabeth Quirk

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *