Camunda BPM Valuable Features

Associat5fb0
Associate Director (Technology) at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We like the BPMN notation because it's BPMN 2.0 compliant. We like the out-of-the-box REST API features so we can build a service with Camunda, and instantly it's accessible using a REST interface, and of course, we like the REST protocol because that's much more advanced than SOAP. The other feature that's highly advertised is the fact it's open source. 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. One popular one is a year-end mapping feature, which is basically mapping a bunch of URLs to label in the tool, which the services can access. Instead of having to hard-code URLs, you can get the service to use the label. That is, you can configure the label in the administrator. That doesn't come with Camunda, but you can build it yourself. View full review »
Mohamed Alshishani
Chief, Service Delivery at IGA
We are using the latest version of Camunda BPM. We keep upgrading to each new release. We keep always moving with less change. There are a lot of features in Camunda BPM. We are documenting all of the processors and VPN. Then we share it with our business users so they can approve our other process. From the technical part, what we did was exposing Camunda BPM as a web service. We configured a split between the process and the business. If there are any changes in the business, we are changing it in the process. If there is no impact, we don't need to redeploy our configuration settings again and again. This was something that saved us time and improved our data center processes. View full review »
OpChOff877
Chief Operations Officer (COO) at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature is that it provides flexibility. Also, it is easy to use. As long as you have all of the information you need on the platform, it is really not that complicated and can be used by anybody. It doesn't have to be operated by IT people. View full review »
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Devendra Kumar
Engineering Manger at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I've found the active community most valuable but it also provides you with a lot of other features. View full review »
Mauricio Bitencourt, CBPP
Vice President, Co-founder of Brazilian Chapter at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
* Lightweight architecture and scalable * Wide coverage of BPMN, CMMN and DMN standards in both modeling and execution * Free use as open source * Excellent tool for modeling diagrams * Option to get enterprise services such as service level agreement, bug fixes, patch releases and priority to request features. Some of most important Enterprise features are process instance history, graphical interface to process instance modification/migration, heatmap analysis, decision table live editing, and access for best practices documentation. View full review »
Rodrigo Carlstrom
BPM Process Analyst with 10,001+ employees
The flexibility characteristic in a BPMS, through BPMN and DMN, is undoubtedly the most interesting feature for our business. View full review »
Deniss Makarenkov
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 »
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