Business Process Management Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Neil Simpson says in a Bizagi review
Founder/Principal at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Bizagi offers phenomenal ease of use - building working solutions and making continuous improvements is very quick/agile and does not require a large technical team "behind the curtain" to assist with completing the application, resolving compilation and deployment issues, etc. With the appropriate governance framework, properly trained business analysts can be empowered to design and build business solutions themselves. View full review »
Nikola Dlaka says in an ARIS BPM review
Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The whole ARIS BPM solution is a bit special, because from the very beginning it was targeted more to Business users and the Management. Its core focus was to, at the end provide a neat tool for the Management to use as get a grasp about their Business Processes, more easily determine their strategy and also sometimes do analysis and parametrization of the processes. This is all possible, as ARIS, unlike Visio for example utilizes a database system, where it's possible to model all kinds of relations with different metadata and information. If used with clear strategy, it can provide a really powerful tool to analyze the whole Enterprise, from IT, Processes and Organization. View full review »
Paul Parisi says in an Appian review
Enterprise Architect at a tech consulting company with self employed
Form building capabilities and well thought out process modelling are key points to this product. View full review »
Murugappan Ramanathan says in a Bizagi review
IT Consultant and Adviser at Eximius Medical Admministration Solutions
* The user interface and ease of use as compared to some of the other products I have tried. * The ability to document the entire process within the same diagram and then generate documents in Word. * The ability to publish on the web has become extremely useful in publishing the processes for transparency. * The ability to perform model simulations is a great help. * Now, using all the features, been able to develop system processes and activity diagrams for technology developer in any area (network, database etc.) * "Most of all, Bizagi listens to it's customers!" Is what i said before but now i am not sure already. * I use the picture artifact to create symbols to be placed on the diagrams and that improves the readability with my clients View full review »
it_user248055 says in an IBM BPM review
Managing Director at Couture Consulting
The most valuable thing is actually the Analytics, which is actually a little bit not where it should be. View full review »
Sven Bernhardt says in an Oracle BPM review
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
One of the most valuable features of the solution is the capability to allow the implementation of static processes, using the standard BPMN 2.0 notation, and also to address not straightforward, dynamic process scenarios, by providing features for Case Management (Adaptive Case Management, ACM). To increase the transparency of the execution models to the overall business processes, BPM Suite provides capabilities to document and model the corresponding high-level business processes (Enterprise Map and Value Chains) and the definition of respective KPIs. This can be done using a lightweight, browser-based tool (BPM Composer). With this, it is basically possible to keep and visualize the big picture, which is often missing when doing BPM projects. In addition, the platform comes with a very solid foundation, which also allows for the implementation of consistent integrated service base. The capabilities for building consistent integrative solutions, coming with a broad spectrum of connectivity adapters to integrate with third party enterprise information systems, is key for building flexible BPM applications. View full review »
Luis German Alonso Valencia says in a Bizagi review
Director de Desarrollo with 1,001-5,000 employees
You can model and automate processes really fast. Most of the interface are very intuitive. Your team can work on it having basic training about databases and BPM modeling. The integration capabilities are useful, but identifying errors in this feature are not so easy. View full review »
Dan Atwood says in an Oracle BPM review
Senior Architect at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Oracle BPM is easy to use for both the business and developers. Both personas design process models in a common format, tailored specifically to their skills. Often overlooked in software evaluations, the integration to underlying databases and applications is an essential element on almost every BPM application. Oracle BPM's tool for service and application integration is the best on the market to accomplish this. Being able to view and manage the environment is essential during the entire lifecycle of a project. Oracle BPM makes it easy for process stakeholders to manage and optimize their processes. Oracle BPM Suite is based on the widely used industry standards that both the business and technical people are already familiar and comfortable with. Specific features that we have found valuable include: * Process modeling - fully supports BPMN 2.0 palette of tasks, gateways and events for both the business and technical sides. * Business rules - Business rules can either be embedded as an integral part of a BPM process or are invoked by the process. * Integration - Oracle BPM is layered on top of Oracle's SOA platform, a proven standards-based approach to exposing and integrating databases and backend services using Java EE Connector Architecture (JCA) adapters. * Metrics Reporting - a key aspect of Oracle BPM is its ability to gather key performance indicators as work items flow through the process. These metrics are easily surfaced in dashboard reports in both the out of the box end user Workspace tool and its greatly improved Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) tool that comes with the product. View full review »
Dishant Kalra says in a BizFlow review
Senior Software Engineer with 1,001-5,000 employees
For the past couple years I have been working with the BizFlow Plus BPM Suite. The BPMS includes many integrated modules that together allow me to create core applications with really nice user experiences. Major BizFlow components cover process modelling and publication, web-based forms design and development, and wizard-driven user interfaces (aka BizCoves). Let me elaborate on each: 1. Process Modeling and Publication – BizFlow’s Business Process Studio is quite simple and intuitive to understand. It uses icons representing BPMN conventions that are dragged and dropped into a canvas. When clicking on the icon you access the business rules menu where you describe activities and add rules governing KPIs, routing, scheduling, escalations, deadlines, and SLAs. Other helpful functionality allows you to check your work to ensure everything runs correctly as well as manage version control. The latter comes in handy as I have found organizations often require updates resulting from internal changes to policies or external market fluctuations. The web application integration to the business process is quite seamless. Simply assign the form or forms to the given activity and publish. I have also found BizFlow good for Business Analysts. They can do most of the work modelling processes. Developers get involved when moving into actual application development and deployment. 2. Forms Design and Development – In BizFlow Plus there is a module called BizFlow WebMaker. It has lots of out-of-the-box functionality for designing web applications without any manual coding. For example, you have controls to quickly create form layouts, fields, and rules such as look-ups and validations. Once you understand XLM bindings, it is quite easy to map important process data to WebMaker forms. I have been able to create forms that consume Web Services in less than 5 minutes. Forms combine with process logic to support dynamic tasking and correspondence management. I have also found the tool consistently stable. To date I have been involved on core business applications supporting intake, adjudication, claims, task management, referrals, and settlement processes. From a developer’s perspective, there are various other subtle and important functionalities like event listeners, user role wizards, pre-defined email notifications, etc. which make the SDLC easier. Add to that, the BPMS comes with both simple to read and expansive documentation to help you with development. You also get access to the BizFlow User Community to find additional materials and collaborate with other BizFlow developers. View full review »
Abdul Samad Irfan Shaik says in a Comindware Tracker review
Java Consultant at Liquidhub India Private Limited
It is a great workflow management tool. The best part for us is its "low code approach", which means that we start with simple cases and grow as needed. Full support for the agile methodology is an additional benefit. The configurable dashboard analytics and reporting capabilities ensure timely decision making. It includes a drag and drop interface to configure your data and processes. The design of the software is pretty straightforward. Comindware has fully open web APIs, and it is enabled with unified security and administration across the entire application dashboard. Data is exchanged bidirectionally, as it is enabled through the Enterprise Service Bus. The Comindware Digital Workspace ensures that all tasks, data, and communications are easily accessible to team members. The customer and partner self-service portal provides real-time access to external data and statistics. Very great software for a small budget. The time and workflow maintenance efforts are reduced, and it saves a lot of time in project implementation. The workflow and business process are transparent and smooth. View full review »
Wayne Richards says in an ARIS BPM review
Business Solutions at a healthcare company with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is that you can relate different aspects of an organization to each other, and you can clearly define the rates seen in the application. And, with all of the reporting you can clearly see which resource is doing the most and which resource is not doing enough. So, there is an over or under capacity visualization. View full review »
Luis Yndigoyen says in an IBM BPM review
Partner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It has an appealing DSA key interface. It is an out-of-the-box screen. It is uncommon among tools in the market. You don't need to switch between interfaces because everything inside the same tool. It provides a faster result for less money. An advantage of the BPM is you can complete the user cycle of a BPM solution to identify the process and model it, then compute, execute, and measure on the tool, and finally it will improve the process inside the tool. You can complete the whole lifecycle of a process inside the tool. First, you should identify the part you want to improve, set up a goal for that improvement, set the scope, and obtain a sponsor. Once you do that, you put a plan in place and the next step is to define the process, define each activity, and the roles. The next step is to define the screen for the end user and its relationship with other system, then put the process in place. This implies putting in place an application and developing over BPM which will have the activities, processes, roles, and screens. After that, it's only measuring and improving the process in the BPM tool. View full review »
Mike Incavo says in a Comindware Tracker review
Account Manager with 1-10 employees
The clean interface, prioritization, and private task lists aren't present in other solutions. View full review »
Dwayne Fishel says in an IBM BPM review
IT Systems Engineer Consultant at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
It's really helped our customers learn the process. Before you go into BPM you have to document the process. Working with the different groups that are involved with the process, there was good collaboration so they understand what the process is and how it can be most efficient, prior to adding the tool on top of it. So, process analysis first and then applying the tooling, it's been working great. View full review »
Mallik Kesavaraju says in a Pega BPM review
Associate Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I think it is the user interface and the ease of developing the workflow for an application. It has a lot of gadgets to just plug and play, and that cuts down your development time quite a bit. View full review »
Damian Florczyk says in a webMethods Integration Server review
IT Delivery Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Best feature is Insight for monitoring, and as a debugging tool. It has saved us a lot of time during crisis situations. View full review »
Maksim Osipau says in a Comindware Tracker review
Owner & CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* Ease of use * Low code development * Professional support View full review »
Ashish Yadav says in a Bizagi review
Senior System Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Rapid development and overall functionalities are decent. The fact that users can look at the process and alignment, it is a big plus. Also that it is an out-of-the-box connector for SAP is a definite edge. View full review »
Deniss Makarenkov says in a Camunda BPM review
Java Developer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is quite easy to build a simple process without any knowledge of programming. On the other hand, if you want to customize the platform and processes to your specific use case, you also have the possibility to do that. View full review »
Anup Varma says in an IBM BPM review
IBM BPM | Front end Engineering | MonogoDB | Angular | Node.js at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It's mostly about the process designing and the additional features with IBM BPM, with the tester coach wherein you can interact with the interface while you're designing the process. View full review »
Amir Elsayed Fathy, PMI-PBA says in a Bizagi review
Senior System Analyst at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
BPMN 2.0 compliance, while you model the processes, the system can detect your notation errors. Plus, it is free. View full review »
Stanton Attree says in an IBM BPM review
Principal Business Process Analyst at a non-tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Two things are valuable: * The system integration layer is valuable because this enables an organization to create a single point where all the key organizational master data is held in different IT applications across different functions, that can be accessed and updated. * Process orchestration allows an organization to model and execute its business processes across functions rather than operating in functional silos; this works hand-in-hand with the system integration layer. On top of this, the business rule engine and common user interface allow centralization of any of the organizational parameters and a common corporate interface. View full review »
Guillermo Valin says in a Bizagi review
Management Systems Project Manager at a media company with 501-1,000 employees
Bizagi is a valuable tool for us to model and automate business processes. It has an easy to use interface which final users accepted with much more enthusiasm than our ERP (SAP). It provided greater levels of automation and integration. View full review »
Ananthi Nachimuthu says in a Comindware Tracker review
Senior Technical Writer at a software R&D company with 201-500 employees
The feature I have found most valuable is the easy synchronization with other tools. It also provides an easy interface. There are multiple features for workflow management, connecting with all types of devices, etc. Overall, it reduces team effort. View full review »
reviewer1053042 says in a Comindware Tracker review
User at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The best part is no coding is required. Hence it's extremely easy to understand. Usage with the non-technical team has reduced the need for commercial training of the workforce. View full review »

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