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Appian Takes The Next Step in Its Low-Code Evolution

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Appian Takes The Next Step in Its Low-Code Evolution
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Six months ago, low-code software provider Appian (NASDAQ: APPN) acquired Lana Labs, a process mining company based in Germany. The move made sense as a way to build out Appian's low-code vision, which unites process mining, low-code/no-code workflows, and automation. Process mining, as Calkins described on an earlier earnings call, is a technology that acts as an x-ray, examining usage logs to discover what work is being done and how it can be done more efficiently and be automated.