Appian 2013 Results

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Scott Francis
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Appian just reported results for 2013, and they're pretty good, improving a bit over what was reported in Q3 of this year:


















Q3 2013 FY Rev growth rate YoY 31% 90%* # New Customers 50 <70
* Cloud license revenue growth rate only

This implies that in Q4, Appian added something less than 20 new customers, which is a bit faster rate than the first 3 quarters of FY 2013.? For the full year, revenue growth is reported at 90% growth, which means that each customer might be spending more than what was reported in previous years, and this is a very healthy business.? Actually, I misread that.? 90% is the "cloud license revenue" portion.? However, Appian also has a sizable on-premise software business... the CAGR from 2010-2013 is reported at 119% in the same article.? Of course, this isn't apples-to-apples and obscures what the current 2013 growth rate is (but we can infer it is something less than 119% as growth rates tend to decline as a company gets larger).

Appian separately reported hiring 150+ people in the last 12 months, which is approximately doubling the size of the team (LinkedIn reports a little north of 300 employees).

When I see BPM vendors growing, it looks like good news to me for the market and for services providers like BP3.

And, as Neil Ward-Dutton says, BPM isn't dead yet!





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