Business Process Management Forum

Content Specialist
IT Central Station
May 10 2018
One of the most popular comparisons on IT Central Station is Bonita vs Camunda BPM. One user says about Bonita,"I have solved a lot of Banking problems using Bonita BPM, from customer hiring to credit evaluation" Another user says about Camunda BPM, " We have the ability to modify the product if we need to, and that comes in handy whenever we need to add new functionality and features" In your opinion, which is better and why? Thanks! --Rhea
reviewer842259With Bonita you can not only develop the process but you can also design better interfaces. In Camunda, the user interfaces are very basic and do not allow much customization.
William ValenciaWith Bonita you can design and deploy any business process, however for integration with specific providers you should buy a license for use connectors. With Camunda, you could customize the integration with some java development, deploy with Tomcat, and finally hold standard BPM design.
Juan Deloscobosi totally agree with reviewer842259, both are powerful to design processes, because both have similarities, but the interfaces designer of Bonita is higher of Camunda. But if you need some results about he processes performance, the dahsboards of Camunda, in my opinion are better than Bonita. And other feature to take in account is the tool to analyze the workflow instances, in my opinion Camunda has better information than Bonita
Content Specialist
IT Central Station
Feb 28 2018
One of the most popular comparisons on IT Central Station is Appian BPM vs IBM BPM People like you are trying to decide which one is best for their company. Can you help them out? Which of these two solutions would you recommend for Business Process Management? Why? Thanks for helping your peers make the best decision! --Rhea
Advie09892Both are good But Appian BPM may have an edge from an agile development perspective IBM BPM may have an edge from robust workflow perspective
Process Analyst
What is the best software to align strategy with processes, including process management and control?
Do you have a comparison table between ARIS, Bonita and Bizagi? I could not find enough information (technical, operational, economic, etc). Thank you.
Orlee GillisPlease find our three comparison pages that compare each of the products you listed with eachother: 1. ARIS BPM vs. Bonita BPM 2. ARIS BPM vs. Bizagi 3. Bizagi vs. Bonita BPM
reviewer548199Esperaba algo mas de este estilo, sin embargo desarrollé esta tabla de comparación de Suites BPM, la cuál no puedo anexar por lo que dejo en formato de texto en caso deque alguien requiera este conocimiento. Esta tabla fue desarrollada basandome en textos acádemicos de fuentes confiables. Sin embargo no pude encontrar el numero aproximado de clientes que usan ARIS, por lo que si alguien cuenta con esta información se lo agradecería mucho, ya que es el último dato que requiero para completar esta tabla comparativa. BizAgi Suite, Bonita BPM, IBM Suite, ARIS + Webmethods, AuraPortal, Oracle Suite, Appian eBPM HOPEX Requiere pago Software licenciado (anual o perpetuo), freeware en versiones académicas Versión pagada (licenciamiento anual) y versión gratuita Software licenciado Software licenciado Software licenciado Versión pagada y versión gratuita Software licenciado Versión pagada y versión gratuita Código abierto No Si (GPL) No No No No No No Diseño intuitivo Bastante Intuitivo Bastante Intuitivo Medianamente intuitivo Bastante Intuitivo Bastante Intuitivo Requiere tiempo de adaptación Medianamente intuitivo Bastante Intuitivo Acceso a licencia de prueba. Si No No Si Si No Si Si Tutoriales y Soporte técnico Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Notación para diagramar BPMN 2.0 BPMN 2.0 BPMN 2.0, BPEL BPMN 2.0, EPC BPMN 2.0 BPMN 2.0, BPEL BPMN 2.0, EPC BPMN 2.0 Compatibilidad con base de datos SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, HSQL SQL Server SQL Server, Oracle SQL Server Oracle SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL SQL Server, Oracle Sistema operativo Windows, Linux Multi-plataforma Multi-plataforma Windows, Linux, Mac Windows Multi-plataforma Windows, Linux, Solaris Windows Monitoreo en tiempo real Si Si Si No Si Si Si Regular Servicio en la nube Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Requiere programación No No Poco Poco No Si Poco No Número de clientes >500 >1000 >3500 >800 >2000 >2000 >2700 Principales clientes Adidas Group, BBVA, Telefónica, BNP Paribas Xerox, Stanford University, CSC Barclays, Emericon, Banca popolare di Milano, Saperion Fujitsu, Coca Cola, Electrolux, ING, Credit Suisse Toyota, RSA Chile, Coprusa Group, Refinery of the Pacific REDISA, Panduit, Total E&P Indonesie Amazon, M&T Bank, Nissan, Ford, Baxter Credit Union GNP, P&G, EuroControl, British American Tobacco Permite importar/exportar archivos BPMN Si Si Si Si Si Solo importación Si Si Nivel de documentación Medio Alto Medio Alto Alto Medio Bajo Alto Considera reglas de Negocio Si Si No Si Si No Si Si Validación de Modelo (diagramas) Si Si Si Si No Si Si Permite simulación Si Si Si Si Si Si Si No Requiere conocimiento del producto Poco Poco Normal Poco Poco Normal Normal Poco Año primera versión lanzada 1989 2001 1998 2009 2001 1997 1999 1994 Accesibilidad móvil Si Si Si Si Si Si Si No Nivel de seguridad Regular Regular Regular Alto Alto Alto Facilidad de instalación Sencilla Sencilla Sencilla Sencilla Sencilla Media Sencilla Media Versión en español SI Si Si No Si Si No Si Saludos.
My company is using Bonitasoft as a BPM tool. Now we would like to switch over to some other BPM tool. We are having some budget issues with Bonitasoft, so our company decided to drop the idea of using it. SME's suggested Camunda would be of better choice.  Can anyone suggest how Camunda is different from Bonitasoft and why to go with Camunda?

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