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Appian’s APAC partner award winners

29 Oct 2020

Appian has announced its 2020 APAC Partner Award winners across four categories.

These strategic partners were selected based on their success in helping companies execute their business strategies through applications built on the Appian Low-code Automation Platform. 

Appian’s partner ecosystem consists of organisations that provide solutions and services globally across a variety of industries.

Appian’s 2020 APAC Partner Award winners, announced at the APAC Virtual Conference include:

Value Award – Procensol 

Procensol has been awarded the Value Award in recognition of outstanding achievement in customer success and return on investment for APAC program delivery on Appian’s low-code automation platform. 

Procensol has provided growth and value across the Queensland government, as well as invested in the build out of solutions for the A/NZ region insurance market and the public sector. 

Growth Award – KPMG

KPMG Hong Kong, India, Japan and Australia has been awarded the Growth Award in recognition of outstanding achievement in practice development, solution creation and customer success in the APAC region on Appian’s low-code automation platform. 

KPMG’s growth has been driven by their application of industry expertise and the Appian platform to create innovative automation solutions. 

Innovation Award - Hart

Hart has been awarded the Innovation Award in recognition of its ability to incubate and deliver new, disruptive solutions based on the Appian platform across industries. 

Leveraging its deep technical experience, Hart has developed and deployed cutting-edge Site Access and Contractor Management solutions for the Energy, Utilities and Transportation sectors.

APAC Reseller of the Year – Via Appia

Via Appia has been awarded the APAC Reseller of the Year Award in recognition of its work in driving digital transformation within Union Bank of the Philippines to help it become a digital banking leader in the region. 

Additionally, Via Appia has helped to bring the Appian platform to Union Bank of the Philippines’ subsidiaries, including City Savings Bank. 

“We continue to see our strategic partners move the needle when it comes to impacting the digital landscape in the APAC region,” says Appian global partnerships and industries senior vice president Marc Wilson. 

“These partners continue to innovate leveraging Appian’s Low-code Automation Platform and are able to help organisations across APAC region better meet their customer’s needs. Our partner ecosystem is critical in helping address the automation needs in the APAC region and we look forward to continuing our work with them into 2020 and beyond.”

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