Appian and VASS partner to extend services in Latin America

09 February 2018 Authored by Consultancy.lat

Appian and VASS have expanded their partnership so that the consulting firm can perform BPM solutions across the Appian Platform in Latin America. The pair formed a strategic alliance in 2008 and the move marks a decade of collaboration.

Appian is a software development company which integrates an organization’s processes, data and systems into one platform. The applications which are created by Appian intend to help companies drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation, allowing Appian’s clients to save time in the IT department and spend more time innovating.  

VASS is an IT consulting company offices in Spain, England, the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Brazil. The company is entirely private capital and has the with capacity to provide services globally. The company began in Spain and has since taken its expertise across the Atlantic. VASS has been active in Latin America since 2010 and operates in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile & Brazil.

John Erick Martínez, Director VASS LATAM

The announcement of the extended alliance came with a promise of expanding into new markets within the region. Appian pledged to increase the number of VASS specialists trained and certified in the application platform’s systems by the start of next year. They also aim to increase business opportunities in Latin America by meeting increased demand for enterprise applications and helping organizations achieve Digital Transformation through the Appian’s platform and services. 

Marc Wilson the Senior Vice President of Industry Markets at Appian said in relation to the partnership: "We have a long history with consulting firm VASS, and a successful track-record of servicing clients together. Taking our partnership to new markets will benefit many more organizations that are struggling to achieve digital transformation.”

The move will also enable VASS to perform BPM solutions for Appian customers across the United Kingdom. 

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