ARIS Cloud Scalability

Co-owner PZ Africa at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
You have to pay for it obviously, but it can go from small to a medium enterprise to a large scale enterprise fairly easily. You have to pay for the bandwidth, and the capacity to use it on the cloud side but it's scalable. View full review »
Amer Khattab
Senior Manager Advisory Services at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
It is fairly easy to scale but it is quite expensive to scale. I also sell the platform as a reseller for this solution. We have hundreds of thousands of users. I don't use it largely myself within my organization. I work in PwC, PricewaterhouseCoopers. We don't tend to sell it but when we see clients interested, we give our recommendation and comparison between BPM engines, and they end up going to directly contract the vendor themselves. We don't even recommend ARIS over another platform. We would recommend ARIS over another platform if the client doesn't have a budget. It's the most expensive option. The users will vary. Some of the clients that adopted ARIS have 1,000 plus employees. Others have 200 employees. I even have a client that has 50,000 employees. View full review »
SC Business Process Owner at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
I cannot really judge scalability because today we are a limited number of users using the tools. We have deployed the tool for enabling the business process experts within the company to describe the business processes. One of the next steps is to enlarge the users who will use our system but more as a viewer of the processes. We will do this within a few months, maybe six months from now. View full review »
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