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CEO with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jul 02 2013

What do you think of Bosch inubit?

Bosch Software Innovations (the company that emerged from Bosch’s acquisition of Innovations Software Technology with its Visual Rules BRM suite some years ago) acquired inubit last year and has been working to develop an integrated portfolio. The inubit acquisition came after a number of joint projects where customers used both inubit Suite for BPM and Visual Rules Suite for BRM. Bosch Software Innovation is now about 450 people with a headquarters in Immenstaad, Germany. Bosch Software Innovation’s primary focus is on software for the “internet of things”, something Bosch regards as central to its long term growth. They have enterprise solutions for banking (such as risk management), energy (inubit has a strong presence in the management of the gas distribution network for instance) and…

What is Bosch inubit?

BPM+ expands classical Business Process Management that so far had a strong focus on the process management perspective. The new inubit Suite 6 reconciles data and process management and supports all process types such as Human Workslows, integration centric and document centric processes.
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