Companies must move beyond applications that provide automation at the level of task execution and begin to implement the organization of processes that unify people, systems and digital workers. In this regard, Appian has announced its latest version of the Appian Portals platform for process automation, with improvements in the integrated experience, including the data fabric, automation and process mining. “Appian facilitates the end-to-end process control that organizations need to design new digital solutions, automate complex processes and streamline business operations to drive constant improvement,” explains Michael Beckley, Appian founder and CTO.
What’s new in Appian Portals extends the benefits of the end-to-end experience across business-to-business and business-to-consumer use cases. The new version includes: Start process from Portals: start any process automation directly from a Portals interface. Appian customers can perform end-to-end process automation projects directly in a Portal allowing for orchestrating AI services, assigning tasks to people, or executing robotic process automations.Query Appian data fabric from Portals: optimized capability for Query and display data from the Appian data fabric in Portals, without the need for complex integration calls. Portals Pages and Navbar: Engage Portals users with great experiences by adding a multipage navigation bar to connect with users in more ways, all without code. Portal Change Management: Changing and iterating Portals is even easier. With the addition of new proactive actions and recommendations, Appian automatically updates portals and notifies developers when items change.
This is complete process automation with the new version of Appian
Appian’s data fabric unifies data across systems without moving it, dramatically reducing the time and work required to build powerful applications. The latest version of Appian includes enhancements that make working with the data fabric easier than ever:Centralized log security – Protect all log data in one place while quickly specifying who can see which logs and number of records and what actions you can take.No-code security rules: Security rules are specified for records by answering two simple questions: Who can see the data and when can they see it?Simplification: Appian’s data fabric It features drag-and-drop record type configurations, automatic generation of user record type relationships, database updates with a no-code data model, and the ability to combine data across record types.