WISE Employment, an Australian nonprofit work placement organization, has selected Nintex Promapp BPM as the tool to replace SharePoint for business process management (BPM).
Nintex, a major player in the low-code BPM marketplace, offers its new client several new capabilities:
Approximately 600 users will be onboarded onto the new Nintex Promapp automation platform in the coming weeks.
Source: Nintex Promapp at Software Reviews, 2019
WISE’s transition to BPM makes for a great case study. Nearly all organizations will eventually feel the need to transition to a dedicated process orchestration platform. There are three critical factors to keep in mind when making this transition.
If done successfully, a BPM initiative can be used as a catalyst to move the entire organization toward cross-platform process orchestration, providing context and justification for process improvement across all silos.
The United States Marine Corps adds Appian’s low-code automation platform to its Platform as a Service (PaaS).
Can a vendor management initiative influence organizational performance? The concise answer to this question is yes. However, this influence doesn’t occur overnight.
Bonitasoft, an open-source business process management (BPM) vendor, is now offering implementation of its low-code automation software via the cloud.
Appian, a major business process management (BPM) vendor, released its financial statement for the second quarter of 2019. The vendor posted a net $6.6 million loss on the quarter. Despite the lack of profitability, there is a strong outlook for the future of the company and its BPM applications.
Agiloft has developed an integration with major electronic healthcare record vendor Epic Systems. The University of Miami Health System (UHealth) is the first institution to capitalize on Agiloft’s process orchestration coupled with Epic’s healthcare management capabilities.
Camunda, a business process management (BPM) tool vendor releases Zeebe, a workflow engine that enables automation across cloud services.
K2 Software, a major player in the business process management (BPM) space, has partnered with Dropbox, a trailblazer in cloud storage and collaboration solutions. The partnership aims to streamline how business groups using different systems manage information together.
Appian, a major player in the business process management (BPM) space, has established a partnership with Twilio, a provider of cloud-based communications technology. The partnership specifically revolves around the integration of Twilio’s communications platform into Appian’s Intelligent Contact Center (ICC) solution.