The Camunda BPMN Platform is very flexible and gives several options to deploy and scale it.
I like everything about the entire BPM that comes with the BPM suite.
In my opinion, the most valuable feature is the editor and its ease of use, and when people are looking at it, they can make comments about changes that need to be made.
It is quite configurable, which is the most exciting feature. We can easily configure it as per our needs.
It's a good tool for workflow automation.
I like the ease of use and the fact that you can download and use their free version, which is unlimited. However, while it's unlimited use, some features aren't available.
It provides us with real-time data on all connected systems in terms of how they're integrated with each other and how they are performing in a workflow manner.
IBM BPM is both scalable and stable.
This is one of the best tools to support the business and the way we work, and the numerous processes we need to implement.
The ease of use is the most valuable. I have tried a number of BPMN packages, and I find the user interface of ARIS BPM easier and more intuitive than others. If your team is knowledgeable on BPMN, it is really pretty easy to figure out on your own because it adheres to the standards extremely well. I have tried Bizagi, BizFlow, and a variety of such solutions, and I just liked ARIS BPM better.
I like the UI rework, it's much easier.
The best part of Airflow is its direct support for Python, especially because Python is so important for data science, engineering, and design. This makes the programmatic aspect of our work easy for us, and it means we can automate a lot.
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Tuslim MohaungooSenior Executive at a financial services firm
Hello All, I am looking for a BPM tool and I would like to know what are the best alternatives for Signavio? Thanks Best Regards Tuslim
Rony_SklarCommunity Manager at IT Central Station
Done right, business process management can help improve processes and increase efficiency. But business process management isn't always successful. What are some of the most common reasons that BPM fails?
Kasinee BoonyanantUser at TCC Technology Co., Ltd
I am looking for a comparison of reasonably priced BPMN tools based on ease of use. Any recommendations?
ValeryTezoSenior ICT Consultant/Project Manager at Qualisys
What is the difference between ERP and BPMS Tools? On which elements can we rely to decide if we used an ERP (Like Odoo) or a BPMS tool (e.g. Camunda, BONITA) to develop an application? Thank you for your response.
Rony_SklarCommunity Manager at IT Central Station
When phasing in BPM software, which processes should a business start with to make the highest impact?
What is Business Process Management?
Business process management (BPM) is an area where IT and business (theoretically) work together to make an organization’s workflows more effective and efficient. BPM has become more prominent in recent years as organizations have expanded and grown more complex – creating a need for managers to build coherent process workflows that touch multiple systems. BPM software brings it all together, enabling business analysts to collaborate with IT and orchestrate business process steps that invoke different underlying systems.
BPM is one of those concepts that sounds great, and has truly strong potential but is notoriously hard to implement well. As a result, members of IT Central Station emphasize usability as a key selection factor when deciding which BPM solution to buy. Users want fast results and easy deployment from BPM tools. On the end user front, powerful wizards, for example, can streamline workflow design and automation processes. The best BPM tools provide mechanisms for capturing business processes. This minimizes the repetitive, error-prone process of transposing business analysts’ observations into BPM requirements.
On the back end, admins and architects want the ability to integrate with other systems like SAP, Oracle and so forth. BPM platforms have to be flexible, modeling business processes transversely to all areas of a company. The toolset should ideally accept multiple data types and offer rules-based decision workflow capabilities. There should be logical modeling and embedded programming within BPM libraries. Task components ought to be reusable for the sake of efficiency.
Some users express a desire for BPM software packages to support Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), a standard for the graphical representation for describing business processes. Specifically, IT Central Station members expect a BPM suite to support BPMN 2.0, the latest version, from modeling through execution. In the best case scenario, the tool won’t create extra work for developers. Users like real java-like hooks into development of the business process model to help developers easily build integrations. Members prefer BPM that doesn't use any type of proprietary scripting language.