Less than half (46 percent) of organisations have deployed intelligent automation. This is even though a large majority of IT leaders agree that effective intelligent automation holds enormous potential for their businesses, the report said.
Vontobel is using Appian’s low-code application platform to improve customer’s experiences and make its business methods to more efficient and agile.
Appian claims it can accelerate the development of powerful enterprise applications with virtually no coding. The platform combines process management, data management, native mobility (online and offline), collaboration, content management and other flash techniques.
The platform is being used by 1,000 of Vontobel’s 1,700 employees, across the company’s European offices, as well as in North America. Vontobel’s three main business areas – asset management, private banking and investment banking – are actively using the Appian platform.
Appian’s low-code platform will streamline Vontobel’s customer onboarding/client configuration processes, contribute to an automated risk analysis process, and manage compliance while also assessing the suitability of a product based on a specific customer investment contract/strategy. Founder and chief executive officer at Appian Matt Calkins said that Vontobel will showcasing the power of digital transformation in the banking and finance industry.
“With the Appian Platform, the company is empowering its employees to create unique enterprise applications that can improve customer experiences, streamline business processes, and increase efficiencies. Customers like Vontobel continue to validate the value our platform brings as companies transition into digital businesses.”
For those who came in late Appian low-code software development platform that enables organizations to rapidly develop powerful and unique applications. Applications created on Appian’s platform help companies drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation.
Its partner system is the key its business model so each year it names its favourites. Appian chief technology officer Mike Beckley said: “At Appian, we take great pride in our global partnerships that help drive digital transformation and enable businesses to quickly adapt to the latest challenges they are facing.
“The companies recognized this week have greatly contributed to the Appian community. Not only as partners, but those who demonstrated innovative use of business applications – paving the way for great success across the Appian network.”
Global and Regional Partner of the Year Winners were:
• Global Partner of the Year – KPMG
• Regional Partner of the Year – APAC Infosys
• Regional Partner of the Year (Mid-Market) – Bits in Glass
• Global Trusted Program: Partner of the Year – Vuram
KPMG Advisory principal Jerry Iacouzzi said the award was quite an honour.
“Our clients understand digital transformation is not optional. When executed with the right experience and the right tools, such as the Appian Platform, digital transformation is the key to competitive advantage. We look forward to continuing our successful relationship with Appian to deliver even greater value to our clients.”