Top 8 Business Process Management (BPM) Tools
Camunda PlatformSignavio Process ManagerPega BPMBizagiIBM BPMAppianARIS BPAApache Airflow
Overall, the solution has been very solid.
It is open-source. It supports microservice orchestration. This is what we are really interested in. We can customize our products depending on the use cases.
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.
The ability to define processes, build reports, and get insights or analytics on data is most valuable. It is a powerful platform.
I have a lot of experience in this kind of industry, and Pega is one of the best solutions in terms of performance, capabilities, and the way we develop.
The interface, design, and accessible user manuals to help get started using the solution are valuable features in Bizagi.
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.
This solution has always been lacking in the user interface (UI), it needed to be improved a lot. However, from the acquisition of Spark UI, the UI is much better. Overall the solution is robust and has the ability to integrate with any product for complex workflows.
Compared to other code tools that I've seen, Appian has a more robust rules engine
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.
Aris BPA has a lot of tools that are more professional than Bizagi.
The solution's basic features are easy to use, overall designed well, and it has good process mining analysis.
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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Chuene SekwakwaBusiness Improvement at South African Mint
Hi, I have been tasked to reengineer all business processes. I need to know which tool will be the best fit for me to use with these criteria: 3 to 5 Process designers Common workspace Affordable I need the tool to model processes first (1 year), then I will upgrade to business interactions, RPA, and cost efficiency calculations at the later stage. I appreciate your inputs.
Evgeny BelenkyDirector of Community at IT Central Station
Hi community, Do you think Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Business Process Management (BPM) are complementary categories? What is the relation between the two of them? Or, possibly, in a long run, RPA is going to dominate and replace BPM? Share your thoughts! Thanks
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?
JamesBurnsManaging Director at Neo-Prism Inc.
Hi, I'm exploring various BMP solutions. What Business Process Management (BPM) workflow solution can you recommend (can be open-source or not)? Thanks for your help!
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