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"It enables decisions based upon processes that we do model, and ultimately move forward with.""It has the ability to document in different formats. It is not tied to a specific model. You can look at it from different angles and see the intuitive nature of it. It always generates a valid diagram. You cannot create something that is not BPMN compliant.""The solution is stable. All the refreshes run very well.""The business process discovery is excellent. The diagram or blueprinting functionality of the solution are very good. It's quite easy. You can link the sub-processes and get a big overview of the whole process then.""It has a built-in capability to capture process owners and managers against processes along with other process governance roles.""For me, what I find to be the most valuable is its simplicity and the association with Microsoft Office.""It's a powerful tool."

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"The most valuable feature is the integrated manner in which all the capabilities of the Enterprise Process Center platform work together and make it easier to complete the documentation of processes."

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"We haven't yet been able to dabble in case management with Blueworks Live, as it is not yet offered with the product.""We would like the ability to add additional custom colors. We would like to color additional items to add notes to the blueprint.""The solution is a very basic discovery product so it doesn't have that much modeling capability. This can be improved.""The font size is really, really small and it's really not useful to print out process models because you cannot read what's written in different boxes. This makes it necessary for people to have access to the tool. We view licenses to see how the printing or output is. It's not very good.""The user interface is quite easy at first but process analysts soon run into roadblocks of limited functionality, which is disappointing.""It is BPMN-compliant but the tool needs to be more involved to get into a completely 2.0 oriented tool. It has a few things but it's not the complete BPMN model.""We don't like the user interface. It's complex. It's a powerful tool but it's complex to implement and requires a lot of manual work."

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"As with all such platforms, Enterprise Process Center is a complex tool and there are many capabilities and features that take time to learn."

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"We are seeing ROI from this solution. The solution has saved us time.""They have a free subscription model that gives a lot of power to the users."

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"My advice for anybody who is implementing this product is to understand what options you believe you are going to want to implement and rollout in the first three to five years, but spend the most time understanding what the set-up costs and pricing will be in the first two or maybe three."

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IBM Lombardi BlueprintEnterprise Process Center
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Overview
IBM Blueworks Live is a cloud-based business process modeling tool that helps discover, map and document processes and accessible anywhere through a browser and that generates industry-standard BPMN 2.0 layouts, documentation and output. Tutorial videos guide you through creating and editing a simple process model, allowing you to learn and perform business process modeling in minutes.The Enterprise Process Center, A BPM software, helps companies gain a 360 degree blueprint of the organization in support of complex improvement, compliance and transformation initiatives. The EPC goes beyond process mapping & analysis, it covers the full spectrum of lifecycle governance and collaboration, enterprise architecture (EA), strategy-to-execution and workflow automation needs. The EPC offers a single repository to manage all complex business entity relationships and interdependencies, including: processes, procedures, roles, org units, resources, risks, controls, policies, rules, documents, strategic objectives, key performance indicators, systems, meta data & services. The EPC facilitates the alignment and visualization of strategic and operational performance and is often leveraged for quality, improvement, risk & audit management initiatives such as ISO, Lean, Basel III, SOX, and ITIL, amongst others.
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Sample Customers
Cloudsoft Corp. Ltd., Bayer, S¾SS, Essex County CouncilPepsi-Cola Manufacturing International Ltd., EFFORTS, Stuart Wright
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Financial Services Firm30%
Comms Service Provider20%
Manufacturing Company20%
Retailer10%
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Computer Software Company30%
Financial Services Firm14%
Insurance Company7%
Government7%
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Midsize Enterprise8%
Large Enterprise75%
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IBM Blueworks Live is ranked 14th in Business Process Design with 7 reviews while Interfacing Technologies Enterprise Process Center is ranked 15th in Business Process Design with 1 review. IBM Blueworks Live is rated 7.2, while Interfacing Technologies Enterprise Process Center is rated 10.0. The top reviewer of IBM Blueworks Live writes "A Simple and cost-effective tool with responsive technical support ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Interfacing Technologies Enterprise Process Center writes "Highly integrated, user-friendly, and supports mobile devices". IBM Blueworks Live is most compared with Visio, ARIS BPM, Lucidchart, ARIS Cloud and TIBCO Nimbus Control, whereas Interfacing Technologies Enterprise Process Center is most compared with ARIS BPM.

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