Appian Names 2022 Public Partner Award and Sector Solutions Cup Winners
MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- At this year's Appian Government conference, Appian (Nasdaq: APPN) announced the winners of its 2022 Public Sector Partner Impact and Excellence Awards and Solutions Cup winners. These annual awards and hackathon celebrate Appian partners for delivering innovation, transformation, and value to Public Sector organizations using the Appian Low-Code Platform for rapid process automation.
2022 Appian Public Sector Partner Awards
Transformation Award - Groundswell
Client Impact Award - Deloitte
Value Award - BigBear.ai
Innovation Award - IBM
Trusted Delivery Award - Nuvitek
Emerging Partner of the Year - KPMG
Solution Success Awards
Business Impact | ICF - CATALUS
Proven Success | Groundswell - Enterprise Project Management
Cross-Industry Value | Ignyte - Health Suite: Patient Engagement and Mental Health Case Management
2022 Public Sector Solutions Cup
Partners Certification Leaderboard
The Pack Leader (the partner with the largest body of certified practitioners)
The Multiplier (the partner with the highest year-to-date certified practitioner growth rate)
The Guru (the partner with the highest number of advanced certified practitioners)
"Appian partners share our commitment to delivering the full value of low-code process automation," said Chris Jones, Chief Revenue Officer at Appian. "This year's public sector award winners are delivering rapid modernization, solving government customers' biggest business challenges and accelerating their core missions."
To learn more about Appian for the public sector, visit https://www.appian.com/government.
To experience the Appian Low-Code Platform for yourself, and to see how easy it is to become certified, get your free Appian Community Edition environment.
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