Osborne Clarke has advised low-code automation platform Appian on the acquisition of the process mining company Lana Labs for an undisclosed amount. Appian says that with the addition of Lana Labs, it will be able to deliver actionable and continuous process optimization with people, systems, and data in the same workflow.
The Berlin-based company Lana Labs is recognized for its expertise in complex enterprise processes, powerful AI- and machine learning-driven process analysis, easy data integration, and ease-of-use. Appian is a leader in low-code process modeling and automation. The insights gained from process analysis can be used to deploy mission-critical applications with the Appian platform.
The Osborne Clarke team which advised Appian, was led by Robin Eyben and Maximilian Vocke (both Corporate / M&A) and consisted of Dana Alpar and Alexandra Nautsch (both Corporate / M&A), Jens Wrede (Tax), Felix Hilgert (IP / IT), Sarah Grigo and Maximilian Musial (both Commercial), Robert Rentsch and Kamissa Kruse (both Employment), Christian Woger (Data Protection), Marco Aatz (FDI, Merger Clearance) and Reinhard Bunjes (Finance).