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10 Years of Success: AWS and Appian

Amazon are highlighting some of their AWS Partners who have grown with them over the past decade. Next in their “10 Years of Success” series is Appian, an AWS Competency Partner whose unified low-code platform combines process mining, workflows, and automation to help customers build cloud-native applications and workflows.

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Applying low-code Data Security features to your Enterprise

"We're talking about security, and the simplest form of security is the humble access control list. This is like the bouncer at a club. I know, developing enterprise software and nightlife don't exactly go hand and hand, but we all know the concept of a big guy standing outside a nightclub and not letting anyone in who's not on the list."

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Appian Portals extends its reach worldwide

It’s only been a few months since Appian Portals was introduced and already the excitement is palpable. Businesses across a variety of mainstream industries are building portals with Appian in a matter of days in order to engage with new and potential customers, manage vendors, accept complaints, provide quotes, and so much more.

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Streamlining Data Evolution in a Rapidly Changing World

In the last few years, the availability of data and the way we interact with it has seen significant growth and change. We live in an increasingly digital and data-driven world, and with rapid technological advances, data production and collection have evolved. As the world continues to accelerate, it is important to tackle the challenges that come with evolving data sets in a way that is safe yet efficient instead of using outdated programs and mainframes.

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Complete business process automation and your Caribbean vacation

There's a number of automation tools and it's important to use the right tool for the right automation project. Just like with a vacation, there’s a distinct benefit to having access to the right tools to ensure you have the time of your life. For now, you can think of it as an all-inclusive resort.

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The Municipality of Milan Uses Appian to Automate and Digitize Citizen Services

Appian announced that the Municipality of Milan has deployed the Appian Low-Code Platform to automate and digitize key processes as part of a broader plan to transform citizen experience and innovate service delivery. As the second-largest region by population in Italy, the Municipality of Milan serves more than one million inhabitants and is considered a leader in innovation and excellence for Italy.

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5 Intuitive Build Features in the Appian 22.2 Release

When your tools are intuitive, when they feel like a seamless extension of your capabilities, then your power to create is unlimited. Appian 22.2 delivers new features that continue to make development an intuitive experience, empowering you to build everything more quickly and efficiently.

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5 Best Practices for an Automation Center of Excellence

There is a considerable range of approaches—both in terms of methodology, and technology—that can enable complete automation. Even with the best tools in place, however, nearly every company can benefit from a business unit devoted to overseeing, championing, and supporting the goal of automation. This is where automation centers of excellence come in.

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5 Low-Code Use Cases that deliver Real Value

Beyond the claims of what low-code development platforms can do, here are the top five things low-code can do for you to create real value for your organization...

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What Is Low-Code? A Beginner’s Guide

What is low-code? Low-code allows you to program a machine through a visual interface, such as by drawing a workflow diagram. As the name suggests, low-code is a way to develop software using little to no coding. Instead of writing tons of lines of code using a computer language, such as Python, Java, or .NET, low-code allows developers to build business applications with the help of simple visual interfaces, similar to creating a flowchart or designing a website using pre-built components. This makes it a much more intuitive and human way of interacting with a machine than coding.

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