|Description||Enterprise Software Company|
|Series A, 7/08 |
Novak Biddle Venture Partners
Appian Corporation delivers Business Process Management software for work, social collaboration, and enterprise mobility. The product suite is available on-premise or in the cloud, providing a software platform to drive business decisions, actions and results. All the data, all the processes, all the documents and all the collaborations — in one environment, on any device, through a simple social interface.
According to industry analyst firm Gartner, Appian is a leader in Business Process Management Suites and is one of the six fastest-growing vendors in the world-wide Application Infrastructure and Middleware Software market. Appian’s BPM Suite is listed as a top performer with a ‘shortlist’ rating in a Decision Matrix by Ovum research. Appian also leads in Dynamic Case Management in a Forrester Research report.
There are currently more than 3.5 million users using Appian worldwide, from Fortune 100 companies to mid-market and small businesses in the government, financial services, insurance, healthcare, energy, manufacturing, and retail industries. Customers such as Amazon, Starbucks, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, FDA, General Services Administration, USDA, U.S. Dept. of Education, the U.S. Marine Corps. and the U.S. Army use Appian BPM.
Appian is the leading innovator in the Business Process Management industry – extending the power of BPM to mobile devices, cloud computing and social business. By making BPM universally accessible and personalized to individual users, we allow everyone to reap the benefits of process.
The nature of work (how and where it gets done), the expectations of a new generation of workers (accustomed to an “always-on/always connected” lifestyle), and emerging business models challenge traditional concepts of IT cost and time-to-value. In response, mobile computing, cloud and social business collaboration technologies are rapidly gaining momentum in corporate IT.