IBM BPM Valuable Features

it_user248055
Managing Director at Couture Consulting
The most valuable thing is actually the Analytics, which is actually a little bit not where it should be. View full review »
Dwayne Fishel
IT Systems Engineer Consultant at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
It's really helped our customers learn the process. Before you go into BPM you have to document the process. Working with the different groups that are involved with the process, there was good collaboration so they understand what the process is and how it can be most efficient, prior to adding the tool on top of it. So, process analysis first and then applying the tooling, it's been working great. View full review »
LeadArch1e3c
Lead Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
From an architecture perspective, the thing that we like about it is the ease by which our development teams could pick the tool up. That was cool. The Process Designer is good. We like how we can drag and drop and link the processes up, that works out great for us. We also like the monitoring, support, and stability of the platform. When we compare it, with respect to migration upgrades, we find it to be much faster and much cheaper than the other vendor. We have both products in-house, so we are actually evaluating from a price-comparison perspective, as well as from a development and skill-set-availability perspective, across the products, as well. View full review »
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TechLead9d62
Tech Lead at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Turnaround time: It is easy to take a requirement, put it in the code, and deploy it. We have used a lot of out-of-the-box reporting on the process performance metrics. We have been able to make suggested changes to staff for this role or streamlining by eliminate some activities where people were not requiring a lot of work in the first place. View full review »
John Bucknavage
Business Development Management at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has a mature delivery already spec'd out with almost global applicability through IBM's many customers, and being able to put that on it. It helps maintain, and in many instances, lower costs, as well as to maintain those costs, keeping them stable. It mitigates a lot of the risk of scaling to the enterprise. It also gives the best possible customer experience for that particular client. If you're trying to lower and contain your costs or mitigate a lot of risk, there is nothing like the IBM Cloud. It can take on the security and regulatory risks. View full review »
Abrar Mir
Chief Innovation Officer at Habib Bank Ltd.
There is a component of this BPM pool - I can't recall the name. What it does is, it allows you to create various scenarios and then run them quickly, before actually putting them onto a tool. So I think that part of the tool is really fantastic, because that enables you to create scenarios, create simulations, before actually going out and putting it into the tool itself. View full review »
Luis Yndigoyen
Partner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It has an appealing DSA key interface. It is an out-of-the-box screen. It is uncommon among tools in the market. You don't need to switch between interfaces because everything inside the same tool. It provides a faster result for less money. An advantage of the BPM is you can complete the user cycle of a BPM solution to identify the process and model it, then compute, execute, and measure on the tool, and finally it will improve the process inside the tool. You can complete the whole lifecycle of a process inside the tool. First, you should identify the part you want to improve, set up a goal for that improvement, set the scope, and obtain a sponsor. Once you do that, you put a plan in place and the next step is to define the process, define each activity, and the roles. The next step is to define the screen for the end user and its relationship with other system, then put the process in place. This implies putting in place an application and developing over BPM which will have the activities, processes, roles, and screens. After that, it's only measuring and improving the process in the BPM tool. View full review »
Applicat1779
Application Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Automating the whole workflow process to give our data steward the ability to take actions rapidly, and making sure we have all the data synced within the different platforms that we are using. View full review »
Consultaece7
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The UI-based workflow, where a lot of human interactions are involved. View full review »
Valentine Kubheka
Application Developer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Ajax services are most important to me, but currently we've moved them more into status closed. This is because we are using the HL7 version of iBPM. Thus, the one thing that I love about them is that they make it easier to integrate with other systems, especially with the use of smaller files. View full review »
Jay Birchmeier
Client Engagement Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It gives us, as a partner, a lot of options for building on additional capabilities that we see customers asking for time and time again. It's a very open model for adding in toolkits or functionality on top of the overall BPM platform. View full review »
Merrill Higginson
Integration Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I like the Process Center. I can go to one place and view what all the environments are doing, the ease of deployment, etc. View full review »
Md8140
Managing Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
As soon as you go live, you have a bunch of changes right on the back of it. Those changes will go live in two to four weeks. It will continue to keep up with the changing needs of the business. That is the strong value proposition of BPM. It's not a one-time automation. View full review »
SrSystem065d
Sr Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I don't know. Our team doesn't actually use the product. We install it, configure it, set it up. View full review »
Anselme Millan
Team Lead Db And Middleware (operations) at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
Its automation. View full review »
Applicat629d
Application Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have a legacy product, called MQ Workflow, and we developed so many process apps using that tool, but we migrated everything to BPM three years ago. The best part is the orchestration simplicity. However, we do have some issues, but, as we work on those challenges, I think overall, product-wise, it is pretty good. View full review »
Developmf6a5
Development Manager
We like the dashboard feature. View full review »
Giam Villanueva
Business transformation manager at Financiers efectiva
Controlling the operation. We have metrics about fraud, risks, etc. We like that it does not require a lot of hours to train our people. View full review »
Gonzalo Varalla
CIO at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
One of the most notable things is how you can develop use cases with the customers, internal customers, but directly within. The software process model that BPM supports is really exciting in that aspect. The natural interconnection with other IBM products is sure: WebSphere Portal, FileNet. We interconnect all of those. View full review »
Thong Huynh
BPM Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I would say that I like its GUI designer the best. Using it, I have created elegant, user-friendly, and performant end-user graphical interfaces that allow end users to complete their tasks in the most enjoyable and easy way. View full review »
Integrat9027
Integration Architect at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The business process management, where we can avoid lot of paperwork. View full review »
ITConsulb420
IT Consulting Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is being able to see the process, and understanding what the process is versus having to bury it in code somewhere. View full review »
Associat8021
Associate Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* It provides value. * Reduces time. * Simplifies processes. * Names are correct during the recruitment process. View full review »
SeniorWe4aed
Senior Web Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The workflows, and using them to process the claims and send files back. View full review »
Enterarch677
Chief Enterprise Architect at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
I don't know. I think the stability of the product is its most valuable feature. View full review »
Nick Laughton
Principal Consultant at a tech services company
* Visualizing the process. * Quickly build a solution. View full review »
Harry Mavrakis
Head of IT System Integration at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The integration with the robotic process automation tool that we are using. We are using Automation Anywhere tool, as it appears that the two product integrate quite well together. It was actually the reason we chose them. View full review »
Anup Varma
IBM BPM | Front end Engineering | MonogoDB | Angular | Node.js at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It's mostly about the process designing and the additional features with IBM BPM, with the tester coach wherein you can interact with the interface while you're designing the process. View full review »
Omark
Department Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
* Reach with Integration Adapters * Support for adding custom Java code View full review »
Integrata071
Integration Specialist at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
What they're doing right now with RPA is a a good move. View full review »
Wouter Huitema
Dev Ops Applications at Delta Lloyd
BharathiRaja
Application Development Team Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The process creation * Task creation * User management * Task allocation * Rich UI and third party integration The above features have helped me to build a successful application. View full review »
Ashish Singh
Project Lead at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
This solution has many valuable features, including: * Timer-based escalations and SLA implementation. * Team filter service to identify and assign to an approperiate set of users based on branch, location, product, scheme, loan amount approval limit, etc. * Process portal provides a single place to access the tasks for different process. * Lazy loading of sections. * State-of-art controls in the user interface. * Easy and quick implementation of web services. * Easy and quick implementation of Java integrations. * Easy and quick implementation of connecting/calling database using in-built integration services. View full review »
Samir Guragain
Senior Middleware Engineers
The process flow. The BPM workflow that we use goes through the underwriting, approval from the managers, then it needs the loan approval. View full review »
Andrei Postoiu
BPM & Middleware Specialist at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The possibility to add Java code as embedded .jar, that increases the flexibility of the solution. View full review »
Luis Enrique Aguilar
BPM Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Compliance with the BPMN 2.0 standard * Great out-of-the-box ECM integration * Small learning curve * Superb version control View full review »
Operatio7f93
Operations Leader at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It makes the company business processes work more efficiently. View full review »
Tonderai Mujeni
IBM BPM Senior Developer - Lead Consulant at Capgemini
* The functionality to design UI to be responsive and can run on multiple devices. * Exposing of the process components as REST API: This enables consumers to easily integrate and get information on processes and their data. View full review »
Yateen Lakhani
Project Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Workflow implementation * It follows BPMN notation. * Quick to automate workflows. Allows for quick design and build of the workflow. * Strong integration capabilities in both Standard and Advanced version. * In-built ECM capabilities as well. View full review »
Carlos Alberto Kato
Infrastructure Architect and SME IBM BPM at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Responsive Portal + Process Federation Server. This set of solutions offers a unified worklist to our customers. View full review »
Amit Malhotra
Program Manager
Process Design, Integration Services (UCA), Event Management, Web Service Provision. View full review »
Anil Kumar Puram
Expert BPM Developer/BPM Architect with 5,001-10,000 employees
* Very easy test management * Good import/export features * Very good JIRA integration * Great customer support * Good report templates, which are very easy to use. View full review »
Uriel Zamora
Technical Service Advisor with 10,001+ employees
The integration layer is powerful in the advanced version. View full review »
Ali Ali Khan
BPM Architect/ SOA Architect (IBM BPM) Senior Manager with 5,001-10,000 employees
UI is amazing for development, and ever since they adopted responsive UI the implementation is easier to adjust on demand. View full review »
Liliana Romero
BPM Consultant | IBM BPM Specialist at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The Process Portal provides access to most heritage capabilities and introduces many new features, such as a mobile-ready user interface, the ability to edit and share saved searches, and support for federated environments. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about IBM, camunda, Bonitasoft and others in Business Process Management. Updated: August 2019.
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