In an effort to enhance the value of its comprehensive set of engineering and technical services with the addition of Appian's industry-leading BPM software capabilities, SI Systems Technologies (SIST) forged a strategic partnership with Appian, the industry leader in enterprise and cloud-based business process management (BPM) software.
Owned and managed by an experienced and knowledgeable team of Air Force and Army Veterans, as well as former DoD Civil Servants and experts from Industry with tenured expertise, SIST is a joint venture between Stanfield Systems Inc. (SSI) and Infinite Technologies Inc. The integration of Appian’s BPM technology will help the company to better serve its clients in government, commercial, and non-profit sectors across the United States.
SIST plans to utilize Appian's process management capabilities with its NETCENTS II partners to provide customers added capabilities and value, the company revealed in a press release. The initiative is expected to help SISTclients achieve continuous process improvement through the alignment of IT systems and business processes.
SIST claims to maintain technical and functional expertise in the areas of Business Process Management, Program Management, Logistics Management, Systems and Software Engineering, Financial Management, and Requirements Development, with nearly 50 percent of its personnel cleared to operate in classified environments. The partnership will enable SIST to provide a wide range of implementation services and support for the Appian BPM Suite.
“SI Systems Technologies is excited to extend our current BPM offerings with the addition of Appian's technology,” said SIST's Managing Partner Dave Doherty, in a release. “Process management technology allows a company to streamline operations from beginning to end, and Appian's on-premise, cloud and mobile BPM offers the greatest flexibility for our customers. Our combined efforts will deliver Federal and DoD customers with reduced deployment times and lower maintenance costs, while enhancing management, and delivering continuous process improvement.”
Vice President of Global Partnerships at Appian Marc Wilson claimed, “Our platform is the easiest and most powerful way to optimize the processes underpinning any business system. Through our work with partners like SIST, we are spreading that capability to an ever-growing range of global organizations.”
In a recent press release, Appian announced that its cloud BPM continues to lead the industry in terms of technology capabilities and customer adoption. Appian’s BPM Platform-as-a-Service is identical to its full-featured on-premise offering. The company also allows easy migration of complete BPM applications between cloud and on-premise environments, giving organizations the easiest path to enjoy the benefits of cloud BPM.
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