Intellect BPM Overview

What is Intellect BPM?

Intellect is a leading provider of Cloud BPM software built for a mobile world, with an award winning rules-based workflow capability. Intellect is focused on delivering the fastest ROI in the industry, and delivers exceptional results for mid-sized businesses and departments of large enterprises seeking fast time-to-value. The Intellect 8 BPM Platform empowers users to create and manage enterprise apps that include advanced workflow, smart forms, custom reports, and integration capabilities. Click here to learn more: http://hubs.ly/H01Q1R90

Buyer's Guide

Download the Business Process Management Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: April 2021

Intellect BPM Customers

300+ customers including American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, American Specialty Health, Baker Corp, Bayview Loan Servicing, Circle K, CoreMedica Laboratories, Dunn-Edwards Paints, DynaCare, Edwards Technologies, Emerson Climate Technologies, Enviva, Georgetown University, HGL, Host Hotels & Resorts, Hubbell, Humboldt County, Jacobs, Northgate Markets, Parkways Schools, Princess Cruises, Silliker, Stryker, ThermoFisher Scientific, Wind River, a division of Intel.

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Contract Management Expert at a tech company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
It allows us to quickly develop some basic applications or solutions to replace existing ones. An improvement I'd suggest is the ability to customize the look and feel of the system.
CEO at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Vendor
You could automate any business process at any level of complexity, integrated with other solutions, send notifications, and generate any type of reports.

What other advice do I have?

I highly recommend Intellect!
Find out what your peers are saying about Intellect, Comindware, Bonitasoft and others in Business Process Management. Updated: April 2021.
501,818 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Co-Founder & Senior Consultant, IT at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Consultant
It helps us develop consolidated tables with summary reports, workflow structure and approval process.

What other advice do I have?

The best and most cost effective product available that provides a rapid development and stable solution. The platform has three concepts combined into one robust solution; Web application development, business analytics and business process workflow.
Principal/Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Consultant
The capability to interface with other applications and systems is the most valuable feature for us.

What other advice do I have?

I believe with the addition of mobile application support and being able to access workflows via a mobile device, it's a real game changer that organizations should take advantage.
QSHE Manager at a engineering company with 501-1,000 employees
Vendor
It can duplicate the same type of functionality as Atlassian as far as the workflows, assignments and status with the added ability to have relational database where we can do better reporting.

What other advice do I have?

Know your business and have a plan. I would say that you should really try to establish some realistic expectations for implementation. You need to have your processes somewhat formalized. If you do that, then building out a workflow and trying to decide user groups and users, that really comes down to the way the business works. Knowing your business is a really significant first step.
Project Manager at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Vendor
You build your own workflows so it's got full, customizable workflows with all the features like branching and loop-backs.

What other advice do I have?

I've done this lots of times. I've been asked by many people about what licensing is and there are some key things. The first thing is, you want something like Intellect if you have information to manage and you have processes and rules that have to be gone through to manage the lifecycle of information. If you're managing 10 pieces of information, you don't need Intellect. If you've got thousand pieces of information and they all have to go through the same process, the same routing, then you want something like Intellect. Therefore decide if you need it, and then if you do go down the road…
CEO & President at Alligar; Proline Corporate Advisors
Consultant
It allows for business process data to be captured in a way that's usable and structured for not just business process automation, but business process improvement and optimization.

What other advice do I have?

A couple of different advice points. First of which is, start with something that you know you could show value quickly. A business process, you know there's pains, you know you can measure those pains, and it gets you used to the product itself. Once you start using the product you can see the value of it, so get used to using it so you can see the value everywhere else, but be able to measure that value. In terms of stakeholders, in terms of who's making investments, they want to see value in anything they invest in, so show that value quickly. The second thing is, don't forego thinking big…
VP - BPM and Microsoft Solutions at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Vendor
I would say the valuable features are the form design, drill-down capabilities and dashboard design.

What other advice do I have?

My advice would be to use the product, I mean it's funny though. If you show this product to a hardcore developer thery're going to say no-no, because it's job security. Programmers like to write code and in Intellect you don't write code; you configure, so that's a big difference in there. The people that we talk to are the CIOs and those kind of folks because if they want you to improve productivity in a given organization in terms of making the backlog, application backlog shorter, then I would say this is a great, great tool. So that's the advice that I would give. It alleviates or…
CEO at a government with 51-200 employees
Vendor
If you want to quickly prototype something, you can very quickly prototype and build the system out.

What other advice do I have?

I want to give this as an advantage and something for potential users: If you are in a situation where you don’t have really high-tech programming or engineering staff to build out applications, and you want to still build out very robust applications, this might be a very, very good tool to use. That's one area. The second area, as I mentioned, maybe you have the technical folks but they are all occupied and you want your business users to build it out. Third, if you want to build something but you want to prototype and run it and build something which is massively scalable again, this might…
Director of Technical Operations at a engineering company with 501-1,000 employees
Vendor
The customer support they provide has been the most valuable aspect for us.

What other advice do I have?

Just engage with the technical staff. They have been very helpful in getting us in place and up and working and I was very surprised at how efficient they were in the professional services that we did purchase from them. Sometimes, you can find that organizations are very spend-happy with your money, but Intellect has actually been very frugal with the professional service hours that we've purchased, so I would say utilize the professional services.