Business Services
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Appian

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-$1.36 (-3.77%) Today
$0.00 (0.00%) After Hours

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About

Appian Corp. provides business process management (BPM) solutions. Its BPM tools automate and measures business processes. Read More The firm's products include BPM software, case management, mobile application development, and platform-as-a-service. The company was founded by Matt Calkins, Robert C. Kramer, Marc Wilson, and Michael Beckley in 1999 and is headquartered in Reston, VA.

Employees
1,058
Headquarters
Reston, Virginia
Founded
1999
Market Cap
2.31B
Price-Earnings Ratio
Dividend Yield
0.00
Average Volume
513.66K
High Today
$36.00
Low Today
$34.49
Open Price
$35.89
Volume
253.79K
52 Week High
$43.61
52 Week Low
$22.61

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Business Services
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Software Service
2017 IPO

News

MarketBeatMar 11

Stock Price, News, & Analysis for Appian

Press coverage about APPN stock has been trending neutral on Tuesday, InfoTrie reports. The research firm identifies negative and positive news coverage by monitoring more than six thousand news and blog sources. The firm ranks coverage of companies on a scale of negative five to five, with scores nearest to five being the most favorable. Appian earned a news impact score of 0.3 on InfoTrie's scale. They also gave media headlines about the company a news buzz of 9.0 out of 10, indicating that recent news co...

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Simply Wall StMar 8

Is Appian Corporation (NASDAQ:APPN) A Financially Strong Company?

Small-caps and large-caps are wildly popular among investors, however, mid-cap stocks, such as Appian Corporation (NASDAQ:APPN), with a market capitalization of US$2.3b, rarely draw their attention from the investing community.

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ForbesMar 7

The Appian Way Is A Road From Low-Code To No-Code Software

Software vendors like it when customers sign up for regular upgrades. Well, obviously they do. Regular upgrades lead to regular income from regularly billed software license contracts. But software vendors also like to see customers regularly upgrade because it means they can keep the customer running more closely in line with their own technology roadmap. If customers stay close to their software vendors’ roadmaps, then (in theory at least) they will have performed fewer hard-coded customizations, the pre...

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Earnings

-$0.18
-$0.14
-$0.10
-$0.06
Q2 2017
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Expected May 2, After Hours
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