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NEW YORK, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Appian (Nasdaq:APPN), a leading low-code software development platform provider that enables organizations to rapidly develop powerful and unique applications, visited the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square today in celebration of its initial public offering (IPO) on The Nasdaq Stock Market.
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Appian enables organizations to differentiate themselves from their competition through software-enabled digital transformation. With Appian’s platform, organizations rapidly and easily design, build and implement powerful, enterprise-grade custom applications through an intuitive, visual interface with little or no coding required. Companies have used applications built on Appian to launch new business lines, automate vital employee workflows, manage complex trading platforms, accelerate drug development and build global procurement systems. With Appian, business decision makers can reimagine their products, services, processes and customer interactions by removing much of the complexity and many of the challenges associated with traditional approaches to software development.
“Today marks the next stage for Appian and our mission to help every organization to be a software company. Our platform makes it simple to create and use unique software applications. In doing so, we help companies become more differentiated, personal and efficient,” said Matt Calkins, Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
“Appian delivers a fresh approach to business application development and enables companies to mobilize key data and processes, identify opportunities and make intelligent decisions,” said Nelson Griggs, Head of Global Listing Services, Nasdaq. “As the home exchange to many of the world’s most transformative companies, innovation is at the heart of Nasdaq’s brand. We are proud to be the listing partner of the Appian team as they continue to help companies drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation.”
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