Tuesday, 29th September 2020

Santander deploys Appian's low-code technology

Appian has signed a global agreement with Banco Santander. Banco Santander, the largest bank in the Eurozone by market capitalization, will leverage Appian’s platform in the cloud for enterprise process improvement. Banco Santander is a leader in retail and commercial banking, and has a meaningful market share in 10 core countries in Europe and the Americas.

Appian has been chosen because it provides a comprehensive platform for Business Process Management (BPM) and Case Management in a digital environment, and the ability to deploy applications through fast and simple low-code development. Appian Cloud has an extensive collection of security accreditations, making it a highly trusted platform for rapid application development.
Appian is accredited for HIPAA, SOC 2 and SOC 3, The PCI Data Security Standard, G-Cloud 9 Framework and more. Other key capabilities include flexibility, ease of use, the ability to reuse and integrate with other solutions, and “write once, run everywhere” deployment across devices with a single development effort.
“Our tight integration of low-code development speed and enterprise-grade business process management is key to rapid digital transformation,” said Paul Maguire, Vice President of Europe, Appian. “It provides global organizations such as Banco Santander with a powerful platform to quickly digitalize and optimize core business processes to ensure operational excellence.”
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