Australian firms scoop Appian partner awards for APAC region

12 October 2023 3 min. read
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Global low-code software provider Appian has unveiled the winners of its Partner Awards for the Asia Pacific region, with four of the six winners based in Australia.

US-headquartered Appian is one of the globe’s leaders in low-code platforms – a rapidly growing technology that makes it easier for enterprises to develop tech-driven apps and solutions. Using low-code, companies can accelerate their digital transformation efforts while lowering costs of ownership.

Appian’s annual Partner Awards recognise and honour partners who are leading the way in helping companies design, build and run solutions on the Appian platforms. Globally, Appian has over 40,000 customers.

Australian firms scoop Appian partner awards for APAC region

Announced at a ceremony last week, the winners of the Asia Pacific edition are: Roboyo, Conexxia, WNS-Vuram, Accenture, KPMG, and Via Appia.

Accenture took home the award for outstanding achievement in Appian practice growth, for the second year running. The prize was won by the firm’s Australian organisation.

“This year, Accenture invested in creating an Appian Business Group in Australia, which has trained over 60 people on Appian with plans for at least 40 more. Accenture has also identified and referred some material opportunities across multiple sectors including government, financial services, and insurance,” stated Appian in its jury report.

KPMG was named transformation partner of the year for strategic business outcomes. “Over the past year KPMG has developed a range of Appian use cases that can be leveraged by a range of sectors to drive transformative changes,” stated Appian.

The Big Four firm also adopted Appian internally to enhance its internal operations, in areas such as work allocation, process automation, and reporting.

Sydney-based Conexxia was recognised for its outstanding achievement in leveraging the Appian platform for high quality, rapid project delivery that exceed customer expectations. “Conexxia forge close partnerships with their customers, taking the time to intimately understand their distinct needs and objectives. As a result, they consistently deliver solutions that not only meet but surpass expectations,” stated the jury report.

Founded in 2015, Conexxia has a team of around 70 consultants and IT developers.

Roboyo, a technology services company specialised in automation, was lauded for the quality of its customer service to Appian clients through its best practices and methodologies.

Germany-headquartered Roboyo offers the complete automation lifecycle to Appian clients from automation strategy, process mining, analysis, and re-engineering to implementation, testing and managed service support. The firm’s Australian office is based in Brisbane.

The two other winners are based outside of Australia. WNS-Vuram is an India-headquartered automation specialist, while Via Appia is based in the Philippines.

“This year’s winners have created innovative and impactful business solutions on the Appian Platform while exceeding customer expectations and maintaining excellence in service delivery,” said Steve Gillett, Regional Vice President for Alliances in Asia Pacific at Appian.

In July, Appian opened its new regional headquarters in Sydney, which will serve as a strategic hub in the region.