Appian Announces 2018 International Partner Award Winners
As part of Appian’s vibrant global partner ecosystem, these partners deliver world-class solutions and services across industries. Award winners were recognized at the
“These award winners are significant Appian partners in EMEA and other markets with a history of implementation and client success,” said
Appian’s 2018 International Partner Award Winners are:
- 10 Years of Outstanding Service - Procensol
Founded in 2008 in the
United Kingdom, Procensol is a partner to major enterprise clients worldwide as a leader and specialist in building process-centric solutions on Appian’s platform.
- Fastest Growing European Partner: VASS
As an IT consulting firm founded in
Spain, 1999, VASS formed a strategic alliance with Appian in 2008. The company has built a dedicated Appian practice and quadrupled it to more than 100 consultants in one year across multiple countries in Europeand Latin America.
- Top Emerging Market Partner: Vuram
Since 2010, Vuram has been specializing 100% on Appian and focusing on successful implementations for customers with offshore consulting services, offering top value for low cost with a global footprint.
In addition to these new awards winners, KPMG won Global Partner of the Year and PwC won the European Partner of the Year awards earlier this year at the Appian World conference in
“Appian has seen significant growth in geographies around the world in the last few years. Our partners are an integral part of the Appian community in meeting customer needs and delivering high-quality solutions at scale,” said
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