Appian discovers software to help Banks Operate amid COVID-19

Despite the coronavirus outbreak, Appian discovers software to help banks operate

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Appian has discovered a Covid-19 ‘response management’ application. It allows financial services companies to automate their operations. 

This software can be “fully configured and adopted within two hours”. It is available to those companies that have 1,000 employees or more. It also helps corporations establish “a central command center” to safeguard the health and safety of employees.

Appian software helps organizations move quickly, adapt to change, and coordinate a diverse workforce. The application allows employers to track health statuses, locations, and travel histories.

Appian itself created a cloud platform for the employers’
Covid-19 Help Department’ to support them. It will only run in Appian’s HIPAA-complaint cloud platform. Appian has said the sole aim of the application is to help the world’s significant employees. The users of the application do not have to be Appian customers.

The users can cope with economic disruption and make it a useful tool for drawing in new big customers. Global 2000 organizations in financial services, pharma, manufacturing, and other industries use Appian to manage their COVID-19 response.

To improve their customer experience, achieve operational excellence, and simplify global risk management and compliance, many of the world’s largest organizations use Appian applications. The University of South Florida’s chief information officer (CIO) Sidney Fernandes says, “Our whole key is to coordinating our organization during crises to Centralising accurate information about our people, where they are, and what they might need.”

At the beginning of this month, they were supposed to take
place in Appian’s customer conference ‘Appian World’ in Miami but had to be postponed just a few days before due to the coronavirus. Credit Suisse, Commerce Bank, Santander, State Street, and Barclays are currently some of the financial institutions it serves. The low-code developer is now exploring new ways to hold the conference digitally.

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