Avolution ABACUS Previous Solutions

Andrew Wykurz
Enterprise Architect at Enterprise Architecture Perspectives
Previously, I used ProVision. I started with it when it was a Proforma company, which was approximately in 2004 and 2005. Then they were bought out. It was sold to a couple of companies. The first was Metastorm and then it was bought out for that tool by OpenText. When OpenText bought it, the product was shelved in many ways. They didn't appear to want to evolve anything and just left it to die. Many companies will buy their competitors, then they disappear and then all of a sudden it's released as a new solution. The tool is very useful, but it was more of a business process management with some EA and more EA functionality being built into it. The tools are expensive, as they are very niche tools. View full review »
BPM Expert at iMendos
I have worked with similar products in the past, including ARIS. The difference is that the customers are very happy with the support. They are based in Germany, and when the customer asks a question they get an answer very quickly. It is also a more stable product than ABACUS and does not crash as often. They can continue working, whereas with ABACUS the customers are stopping because of the crashes and they do not know what to do. To me, these are the biggest differences between these two solutions. View full review »
Awie Pieter
Enterprise Architect at A1L Realizations
I started off with this solution. View full review »
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