This year’s Appian Europe and its Live Build Challenge served as an opportunity to showcase the services and solutions that Appian and its partners have to offer. Read on to learn more about the action-packed event and how Appian is a leader in low-code.
The season of Appian events is here. Since Appian Government and Appian Europe are just around the corner, now is a great time to carve out some time and take advantage of the incredible value offered by these conferences.
With VPS as an Appian partner, we’re able to offer even more comprehensive solutions for government agencies. As such, we are excited to share that our team will be attending Appian Government 2022.
Appian 22.3 comes with many new features, but one highlight for low-code data is new functionality which allows dynamic Real-Time Evaluation Custom Fields for Records.
#LowCode4All is designed to attract a new wave of Appian developers, from undergraduate students to military veterans, and unemployed individuals and career-changers.
We have the honor of organizing our first ever tournament to benefit our customer WhyHunger, a non-profit organization that empowers local communities around the world to meet the nutritional needs of the less fortunate.
Appian 22.2 gives us a new feature – WebAPIs for data sync – that will allow us to easily bypass current restrictions with way less prepare time.
Last week I attended Appian World 2022, which marked the first time I was ever able to attend the conference in-person. As you can imagine, I’ve been soaring from the experience. Here are some of the main takeaways from this year’s Appian World.
In this article we’ll discuss the robust security of Appian software and its core features that can seamlessly blend with the workflows of government workers.
With version 22.1, Appian released a new capability within Records called Record-Level Security. To understand why this enhancement is game-changing, we first need to understand the problem it solves, and how it can transform a broad range of crucial business processes.