Appian Review
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Updated March 08, 2019

Appian Review

Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Appian

I am very satisfied with my Appian suppport team, and as I am continuing to learn more about the product, I am hoping to receive similar support.
Appian is being used as a supplement to programs like Excel and Access to incorporate data for customers and business partners. Appian is currently helping in organizing data, and we are currently working on integrating Appian into replacing legacy systems, and allowing non-tech users to readily access data.
  • Organization of data into an easily, readable format.
  • Providing different levels of access, depending on the role of the user.
  • Being able to develop UIs without having to use code.
  • I am a new user to Appian, and am not too familiar with the product just yet to find a weakness.
  • So far, my team has used Appian to replace a legacy system with the idea of improving the process. The ROI expected from this process should come in the form of increased productivity and faster turnaround. By integrating Appian, my team also expects a reduction in errors, and increased follow-upfront our customers that would otherwise have been missed.
It has been easy so far to use what I have learned, but I have not learned enough to use the application in great detail.
Depending on the data, Appian is well suited for database-type functions. I am currently researching Appian’s functionalities so that it can be implemented in other areas as well.

Appian Feature Ratings

Visual Modeling
Not Rated
Drag-and-drop Interfaces
Not Rated
Platform Security
Not Rated
Platform User Management
Not Rated
Not Rated
Platform Scalability
Not Rated

Using Appian

Like to use
Easy to use
Well integrated
Quick to learn
Feel confident using
Requires technical support
  • Searching for data records
  • Updating data in existing records
  • Uploading files to records
  • Updating multiple records at once
  • Reporting features are limited