Compare BusinessGenetics xBML vs. Fujitsu Interstage

BusinessGenetics xBML is ranked 29th in Business Process Design while Fujitsu Interstage is ranked 24th in Business Process Design. BusinessGenetics xBML is rated 0, while Fujitsu Interstage is rated 0. On the other hand, BusinessGenetics xBML is most compared with , whereas Fujitsu Interstage is most compared with TIBCO ActiveMatrix Service Bus.
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BusinessGenetics xBML (extended Business Modelling Language) is an intuitive graphical language that unlocks the DNA of a corporation using a system of diagrams based on five Ws (Who; What; Which; Where; When). xBML gives companies an complete and accurate map of their enterprise, that can then be re-used repeatedly to describe, plan and create improvement.Enables companies to model, automate, manage and optimize their business processes.
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Qwest, Wachovia, Corporate Express, State of Colorado, Bank of AmericaPanasonic Corporation, iHeart Studios
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