Genpact Cora SeQuence Overview

Genpact Cora SeQuence is the #24 ranked solution in our list of BPM Software. It is most often compared to Bizagi: Genpact Cora SeQuence vs Bizagi

What is Genpact Cora SeQuence?
Sequence is a BPMS (Business Process Management Software) solution. Its development environment provides an environment for designing forms, tasks, messages, system integration, and flow connections. Sequence processes are, by default, operated from within a Microsoft SharePoint site. Sequence supports integration with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services to enable managers to analyze performance and determine trends relating to KPIs and SLAs. In addition to integrating with Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and Dynamics products, it can be integrated with external systems through protocols such as web services, WCF. It also enables connection to enterprise applications such as SAP and Oracle. The product's architecture enables IT personnel to make changes to processes without taking them offline.

Genpact Cora SeQuence is also known as Sequence BPM Suite, PNMsoft Sequence BPM Suite.

Genpact Cora SeQuence Buyer's Guide

Download the Genpact Cora SeQuence Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: December 2020

Genpact Cora SeQuence Customers
South West Water, Atkins, Wolters Kluwer, Hazera Genetics, GeRAP, Aon Hewitt, Atos Origin, SwiftTrade
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Helgi Jonsson
Prosthetics Quality Center Manager with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Nov 25, 2018
It is a very stable and scalable product without downtime.

Pros and Cons

  • "It is very stable. There is no downtime."
  • "The setup and configuration is complex."

What other advice do I have?

I suggest that before you purchase a solution, you understand their business well, and before selecting a supplier to understand what they are targeting. Too many companies go into this with complex procedures and processes,not understanding it and trying to model it as it goes. So, in the end, they end up with a solution that it is not what they aimed for in the beginning.