Appian software brings together process mining and workflow

Appian software brings together process mining and workflow

Appian Process Mining, the easiest way to identify and address workflow bottlenecks, has been announced by Appian Corp NASDAQ: APPN. The cloud computing and enterprise software company in McLean, Virginia says organizations can discover process inefficiencies and design and automate those workflows in a unified platform.

Appian says it is the world's most complete low-code platform with the addition of native process mining. The software brings together process mining, workflow, and automation so businesses can discover, design, and automate processes from a single, unified platform.

Process mining and workflow are together, according to Matt Calkins, Appian CEO. The process mining is a way for appian customers to discover new processes and workflows. Process mining is a key component of business transformation, as enterprises don't have much insight into how work is done across the business. It makes it hard to identify the root cause of process inefficiencies, forcing businesses to use assumptions and intuition instead of data in trying to solve process challenges.

Appian says its software removes the single largest friction point in process mining, enabling customers to spend more time improving and automating workflows.

Appian Process mining has a no-code module that simplifies the preparation and transformation of enterprise data. Process mining time-to-value is accelerated by pre-built process packages with mapping and dashboards.

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