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Information Technology : Software | Small Cap Growth
Company profile

Appian Corporation provides a low-code software development platform as a service that enables organizations to develop applications. Through Company’s platform, organizations can design, build and implement, enterprise-grade custom applications. Decision makers can reimagine their products, services, processes and customer interactions. The Company’s platform automates the creation of forms, data flows, records, reports and other software elements. The Company’s SAIL technology allows developers to create an application once and deploy it everywhere. The Company’s products include business process management (BPM) software, case management, mobile application development and platform as a service. The Company provides its services to a range of industries including energy, insurance, health payers and providers, manufacturing, public sector, retail and transportation.

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UPDATE: Bill Gates to step down from Microsoft, Berkshire Hathaway boards

5:22 pm ET March 13, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the boards of the software company and of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRKA) [brk.b], according to a press release and a filing late Friday. Microsoft said in a statement that Gates will dedicate more time to philanthropy, and continue to serve as technology adviser to Chief Executive Satya Nadella. With Gates's departure, Microsoft's board will have 12 members. In a filing, Berkshire only said that Gates, who has served as director since 2004, will retire from the board. Ken Chenault, former American Express Co. (AXP) chief executive, was nominated to fill Gates's vacancy. Shares of Microsoft fell 3% in the extended session Friday after ending the regular trading day up 14%.

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March 13, 2020 17:22 ET (21:22 GMT)

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