Talk:Apperian

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Notability[edit]

Even though I am really glad that the article is neutral in tone and peacock-free, I can't see anything notable about the company there. What is so special about it? Did they invent something extraordinary, are the first to use something, the largest in something? WikiHannibal (talk) 00:14, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Well they do not need to be superlative in anything, but if they have a marketing department that is halfway competent, there is probably a litany of "awards" they could list. :-) Seriously, notability on Wikipedia means independent reliable sources. There are a few sources, so it probably comes down to the "depth" argument: if the coverage is just "in passing" or really substantial, which is a subjective argument. They do seem larger than the "two kids and an app" company that are pretty clearly not notable, but indeed this is not IBM. I can see both sides on this, so if you feel strongly, do a nomination to WP:Articles for deletion and try to get a broader consensus. Thanks for any help. W Nowicki (talk) 23:25, 3 December 2013 (UTC)