DLT to Help Appian Distribute Software to Public Sector Agencies

DLT Solutions and Appian have partnered in an effort to provide software, related services and expertise to the public sector.

Under the partnership, DLT will distribute Appian’s low-code application services to government agencies, DLT said Tuesday.

Brian Strosser, president at DLT, said the products and services to be delivered would help the public sector accelerate digital transformation.

Appian’s low-code platform is built to help users create custom applications to accelerate response times for service requests; support regulatory compliance; streamline complex personnel processes; and address mission obstacles.

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