Appian is an American company that has just acquired the Sevillian technology company Novayre.
An operation that seeks to integrate artificial intelligence and automation solutions.
The market for robotic process automationa methodology for the automation of business processes, is one of the most competitive at the moment.
In fact, the RPA market is expected to reach 12 billion in 2023.
This is something that neither companies nor corporate finance in the sector overlook.
This January, the US company Appianwhich is listed on the Nasdaqhas bought the Sevillian company Novayre Solutions, developer of the Jidoka RPA platform.
Jidoka is currently the Robotic Process Automation software (RPA) best rated by Gartner Peer Insightswith an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5.
This operation makes Appian a company with all the necessary software of automationIt will feature Artificial Intelligence, RPA and workflow control solutions.
From now on, their plans are to unification of low-code development and RPA on a single platform that fully embraces automation and enables the orchestration of the three agents of modern work:
The platform will include case management functions, so that if robots generate errors or exceptions, humans are involved in the process y can make the necessary corrections quickly.
With this buyAppian will also provide RPA management for the company.
The American firm is extending its leadership in the automation of low-code by adding RPA.
Together, the products enable the orchestration of end-to-end processes where humans, software robots and AI all work in a coordinated manner.
Novayrel, for its part, makes it easier for companies to adopt and deploy RPA on an enterprise-wide scale.
This US company provides a software development platform that enables organisations to quickly develop powerful and unique applications.
These applications built on these platforms therefore help companies to drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation.
With this latest move, it is committed to offering an open platform.
It will also continue to work and integrate with leading RPA providers, offering customers flexibility and freedom of choice in RPA.
It was created in 2008 by Víctor Ayllón García and Juan Manuel Reina Morales from Seville..
It is about of a technology, research, innovation and development, strategic, communication and applied consulting firm..
With a workforce of 25 employees, in 2018 the company had a turnover of €1.2M, and a net profit of almost €66,000.