Meet Appian's top 2022 partners for Europe, Middle East and Africa

17 November 2022 4 min. read

Appian has revealed its top 2022 partners in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), recognising eight professional services firms for excellence in building, implementing and innovating solutions on the company’s low-code backbone.

Founded in 1999, US-headquartered Appian is one of the world’s largest platforms for low code software development.

To help its clients onboard and run its software, Appian has a large partner network comprising around 200 vetted consulting firms, system integrators and technology groups from across all corners of the globe. At its annual International Partner Awards, Appian places the spotlights on its top performing partners over the past twelve months.

Meet Appian's top 2022 partners for Europe, Middle East and Africa

At the EMEA edition of the Partners Awards ceremony, held in London earlier this week, Appian handed out awards to: Inetum, KPMG, Tata Consultancy Services, Vuram, Key Partner, Appcino Technologies, Procensol, and Yexle.

Impact & Excellence – Inetum
Inetum has made a big impact in the lives of Spanish citizens and implementation of government policies.

Working with Appian in the last two years on a Social Security project in Spain, Inetum deployed a low-code automation solution for citizens to receive the Minimum Vital Income (Ingreso Minimo Vital IMV) benefit, thus lowering the risk of poverty and social exclusion of people who live alone or lack sufficient economic resources to cover their basic needs.

Collaboration Award – KPMG
KPMG has been lauded for its commitment to building its Appian capabilities through the creation of a Centre of Excellence for low-code. The Centre of Excellence brings together KPMG professionals from across the EMEA region to support its clients and provide more muscle to knowledge sharing.

Value Award – Tata Consultancy Services
Tata Consultancy Services and Appian jointly helped a leading international luxury car brand mitigate critical supply chain challenges (such as the semiconductor shortage and disrupted OEM deliveries) with the help of Appian’s low-code platform. The solution was taken to market within a couple of months and is on track to deliver multi-million Euro benefits in the first year.

Innovation Award – Vuram
Vuram has been a partner of Appian since its inception in 2011, and has over the years bagged several awards. This year Vuram was lauded for its development of an innovative Appian-based solution in the field of document processing (based on optical character recognition and artificial intelligence).

Growth Award – Key Partner
Based in Italy, Key Partner has been focused on the Appian platform since 2019. The firm has now been recognised for the strong growth of its practice. Key Partner helps its clients from problem identification to the delivery of the digital solution. The firm also has a notable traineeship for graduates seeking to grow their career in low code development.

Transformation Award – Appcino Technologies
Appcino Technologies is one of Europe’s larger Appian partners, with a team of 460+ Appian practitioners. The company has so far developed over 40+ solutions and accelerators available in the Appian AppMarket. In the past year, Appcino Technologies stood out for its digital transformation work at companies in a range of sectors, including life sciences, financial services, healthcare, and government.

Channel Sales – Procensol
Procensol specialises in supporting organisations in highly regulated industries such as financial services, insurance, the public sector, and manufacturing. The firm has been an Appian partner for over a decade and is a multi-award winner, now bagging the Channel Sales award in recognition of its contribution to Appian sales growth.

Delivery Excellence – Yexle
UK-based Yexle specialises in digital transformation exclusively using the Appian platform. The firm has been recognised for its excellence at clients, developing several solutions and accelerators that has helped them achieve actionable insights, build intelligence, reduce risks, and streamline processes.

“Our partners are critical to the success of Appian and our customers,” said Erik de Haas, a Vice President at Appian. “As Appian continues to enter and expand in key markets around the world, having excellent partners and close collaboration with them to jointly go-to-market are the keys to our joint success.”