Last week, our team attended Appian World, in San Diego. During the three-day conference, Appian partners, clients, and vendors got together to hear from Appian leadership, industry experts, and get hands-on experience with Appian platforms. The Perficient team learned about new Appian capabilities and technologies, heard new product announcements, and connected with peers and clients from across industries. Read on to learn about my highlights & takeaways.
AI: AI was all the rage during the keynote by Matt Calkins and throughout the conference. Appian stressed the benefits of customers building AI capabilities on top of the applications that help create and manage their business processes and data. This “private” AI approach enables businesses to build capabilities unique to their business.
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PARTNERS: Appian is fully embracing partners, like Perficient, as a growth driver for delivering new logos and helping customers expand. Perficient stands ready with global capabilities to address customers’ unique challenges.
DEAL OF THE QUARTER: The biggest highlight would be receiving the Deal of The Quarter Award. Perficient was recognized for our work and expansion at BCBSMA. BCBSMA became a new Appian customer and is halfway through its first engagement. This client has big plans for Appian and has already identified 5-6 use cases to build on Appian.
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PERFICIENT + APPIAN: We are the leading digital transformation consulting firm with years of experience leveraging automation technology and platforms to solve our clients’ business challenges. With Appian, we use low-code automation to build, use, change, and expand enterprise applications. Our industry expertise ranges from healthcare modernization, financial services transformation to utilities and manufacturing.