Procensol has been awarded the prestigious Appian International Partner Award for Ten Years of Outstanding Service. Announced at the recent AppianEUROPE18 conference in London, United Kingdom, the award recognises Procensol’s outstanding service for process-centric transformation solutions on the Appian Platform.
Since 2008, Procensol has delivered low-code Appian solutions for major enterprise clients worldwide, including major customers in the United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, United States of America and Australia.
“We’ve been delivering Appian business transformation solutions across banking, health, insurance, higher education, retail, government and many other industries for a decade now and we’re constantly impressed with the possibilities for improvement and transformation that the low-code Appian Platform enables for our clients,” said Steve Huckvale, Managing Director, Procensol UK.
In a press release following the awards, Appian stated that, “the award winners have all made significant impact in helping organizations create and implement transformative digital programs using Appian’s enterprise low-code platform.”As part of Appian’s vibrant global partner ecosystem, these partners deliver world-class solutions and services across industries.
This award adds to Procensol’s previous recognition for its Appian expertise, including the global process excellence award for the Appian “Connect” project with the Queensland Government in Australia as well as being shortlisted in this year’s Appian Hackathon at Appian World in Florida.
Major Procensol enterprise and government customers using the Appian platform include John Lewis, KPMG, Target Group, Charities Trust, SunSuper, Sanofi, Queensland Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Treasury, PunchTaverns and more.
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