A huge congratulations to our Partner Appian, their team and visionary co-founders, Matt Calkins, Mike Beckley, Marc Wilson, and Bob Kramer, who joined the public market yesterday with a $75 million initial public offering.
Founder and CEO Matt Calkins said, “Today’s public offering is not an ending point, but another step in a long journey. We look forward to making the rest of that journey with the many friends we’ve gathered along our way… Great software is complicated. Our mission is to make it simple.” Continue reading Matt’s thoughts on the culture and mission, and vision for the future of Appian here.
Procensol is proud to be an Appian Partner, and to consistently be in the top bracket of Appian’s global ranking with trained and A-Score accredited Appian consultants. Our continuous development and accreditation SEAL Training Program ensures our consultants maintain the most up to date knowledge of Appian product developments and new features. Procensol’s leading Platinum A-Score Consultant, Sikhi Vahan Bhamidpalli explained during his ‘In Conversations’ video interview, the importance of maintaining an Appian A-Score, the value it adds to Procensol and what this means for our clients.
Appian said that this “public offering is… another step in a long journey.” We look forward to continuing our journey with Appian, helping our clients to rapidly respond to their marketplaces in the face of competition, technology advances and digital disruption.
“With our platform, organisations can rapidly and easily design, build and implement powerful, enterprise-grade custom applications through our intuitive, visual interface with little or no coding required,” Appian explained in their S-1 filing.
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Chief Operating Officer
As Procensol’s Chief Operating Officer Mervin brings more than a decade of experience in strategic thinking, software, systems and process-centric design for business transformation to the operations of the organisation. Mervin is responsible for Procensol’s Asia Pacific region. Originally from Singapore and now based in Brisbane Australia, Mervin has held positions ranging from strategic BPM consulting, channel management, CIO, CTO to vendor management.
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