IBM BPM Primary Use Case

Luis Yndigoyen
Partner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I was a consumer of the IBM products and implement IBM BPM in Latin America. I stopped being an end user of IBM products in past year, but still implement products. Primary use case is more than 80 percent financial services, banks mainly, but also insurance: * Banks or organizations use it for credit cards or for opening accounts. * Insurance use it for checking insurance claims. View full review »
Anand Venkateshwaran
Head Enterprise Platforms at Mashreq
We currently use IBM BPM in our company to digitize platforms, to ensure that whatever we are currently doing in terms of manual operations, gets digitized. It means that anything a customer needs becomes an STP journey straight through processing instead of requiring any manual work. We chose IBM BPM because of that. I'm the head of enterprise platforms and we're a customer of IBM. View full review »
reviewer1386273
Development Team Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use IBM BPM for process management for our users. With it, we don't need to load items under a sandbox using IBM BPM and it has a good general user experience with business processes. View full review »
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reviewer1412832
Principal Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We are consultants and integrators. We are also a partner of IBM. We implement IBM BPM in financial institutions for automatic support, process automation support, process digitalization, and process management. Our business cases are all around financial markets. View full review »
Peter Ishak Fawzy
Co-Founder & CTO at Archista
We evaluated this product for governmental processes automation trials. Although they didn't actually commit to production, in evaluating this product against others based on Microsoft technology like AuraPortal, I can say that this is definitely better in terms of capability. This is especially true in citizen developers. It also has multi-platform support including Linux and Unix, which can't be achieved with the .NET stack. Integrating with other products is easy for a variety of set APIs. The use case was in education and we were able to complete a POC within one week without expert knowledge. View full review »
reviewer1386273
Development Team Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use IBM BPM for AC Kronos process management to use for calls and users. View full review »
reviewer1420476
Enterprise Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
More than anything, we use IBM BPM to orchestrate processes. We don't have a culture of BPM, so we don't do process modeling and monitoring for improvement. Nonetheless, we get a benefit from the BPM. Our developers have created some application views. I'm not sure if BPM is meant for application views, but they have done that to model and automate processes. I am an architect and although I haven't worked with it directly, I am trying to help. The problem seems to be that we don't have the skill set to support it. View full review »
Ashish Singh
Solution Architect at Datamatics Global Services Limited
We use this solution for the implementation of loan processes for banking and financial institutions. View full review »
Uriel Zamora
Technical Service Advisor at PPG Industries
Process automation. View full review »
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