Compare Appian vs Sila Solutions Group BETA

See how Sila Solutions Group vs. Appian compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 209 reviews)
(based on 41 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Appian Ceo Matt Calkins
78%Matt Calkins
Sila Solutions Group Ceo Rohit Kishore
100%Rohit Kishore
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - Proposals

I have been working at Appian full-time for more than a year


My manager is honest, transparent, and is committed to the success of our team both collectively, and individually. She ensures we know our future career opportunities, and that we're developing... both the skills we need now, and working on the ones needed to achieve future goals. I love knowing that I won't get stuck in a stagnant role, but will continue having opportunities to learn and grow. My teammates are kind, smart, and supportive. We have a collaborative environment and colleagues readily offer assistance to each other, and constantly share new knowledge with the team. From the broader organization, I feel my contributions are appreciated, and my colleagues are intelligent and pleasant to work with. My role involves frequent collaboration with Sales Account Executives and managers, Professional Services, Solutions Consultants, and corporate operations departments. I have found all teams to be very professional and knowledgeable in their roles. A cultural aspect I really enjoy is participation in AppianLIFE organizations and affinity groups. These groups are formed by employees with the goal of supporting identities or interests in the organization, and building cross-departmental relationships. These groups have provided me both with career-enhancing workshops and training, as well as social opportunities to build relationships and learn more about my colleagues in other departments.


Smaller departments can feel somewhat isolated, as they have fewer group activities, and often fewer opportunities for visibility than larger departments. It's not uncommon for me to meet colleagues... who didn't know my team exists. I think some of this may change when Appian moves to our new HQ building later this year and we're no longer divided by the physical barriers we currently experience being located across multiple floors of two different office towers. AppianLIFE groups have also focused on bringing a more unified culture to the organization, so I believe we are making progress in this area.

Advice to Management

Keep communicating openly about the reasons behind corporate decisions. I really appreciate how changes and decisions are thoughtfully explained in our quarterly meetings. Giving employees visibility... into the thought process and considerations that went into decisions builds confidence that no big change is undertaken lightly, and everyone's best interests have been considered.

Current Employee - Business Analyst

I have been working at Sila Solutions Group full-time for less than a year


- Sila has been growing fast but still puts a huge emphasis on living their values. - Great culture - Sila employee's are valued and given great benefits: commuting benefits (depending on what... office), cell phone reimbursement, great health care - The people at Sila are great. - Work life balance - Upper management constantly asking for feedback and willing to implement change - Good training program


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