It’s all Appian for Santander’s speedy BPM plans
Santander has turned to Appian, a US-based provider of low-code applications, for its global enterprise process improvement plans.
Appian says it has been chosen because it provides a platform for business process management (BPM) and case management in a digital environment, and the ability to deploy applications through “fast and simple low-code development”.
Its Appian Cloud offers a collection of security accreditations – so it’s useful for “rapid application development”.
Appian is accredited for HIPAA, SOC 2 and SOC 3, the PCI Data Security Standard, G-Cloud 9 Framework and others.
Other capabilities include the ability to reuse and integrate with other solutions, and “write once, run everywhere” deployment across devices with a single development effort.
From deadlines to blockchain
Santander as you’d expect has been busy… or late.
It was one of the banks that missed the open banking deadline in the UK and they are reaching the end of their extension period.
On a more positive note, mortgage tech start-up Roostify raised $25 million from new investors – including Santander Innoventures.
Santander is also planning to introduce blockchain-based mobile international payments for its retail clients in Q1 this year, according to the bank’s latest earnings presentation.