Buying Low-Code Automation: What to Look for and What to Ask

A revolution is transforming organizations and it's driven by low-code. Using low-code, organizations can quickly build—even in only a few weeks—enterprise applications that would once have taken months to get off the ground. Forrester predicts that by the end of 2021, 75% of development shops will use low-code platforms (up from just 44% in 2020).[1] With that kind of momentum it’s no wonder the low-code market is exploding.


The Evolution of Appian Mobile: Then, Now, and Tomorrow

Enterprise mobile application development is a fundamental capability of the Appian Low-Code Automation Platform. Any application you build with Appian is instantly mobile-ready on all devices, without the additional hourly cost of using developer resources. With the flexibility of Appian Mobile, organizations can focus on creating native apps for a variety of use cases, such as completing field inspections or managing help desk tickets.


2 Ways to Bridge the Gap Between Developers and Business Users

The best applications emerge when business users and developers work together. But that’s notoriously difficult on both sides. For business users, it’s hard to know what features you need until you see them coming to life. And for developers, it’s hard to build the perfect solution if you haven’t lived through the problem.

Building connections while having fun: The CS team's Center of Funcellence

Our Customer Success (CS) team here at Appian enjoys spending time with one another both inside and outside of work. This is one of the many reasons our Center of Funcellence group exists. In our most recent blog post, Co-Presidents Jennifer and Abs, explain what the group does, how they facilitate team bonding and interaction, and what their favorite memories are since they’ve joined.

Is Workforce Safety Still Relevant in a Post-COVID-19 World?

After more than a year of navigating the sudden impacts of COVID-19 on employees around the world, we’re beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Vaccination rates are up—with over 50% of American adults having received at least one dose—daily virus case totals have dramatically declined, and many organizations are putting large-scale return-to-work plans in motion.