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Over 2 years ago
If you are looking for a BPM tool really you need to understand your actual intended goal. Most BPM providers do not actually focus on the Process, which is interesting since it is quite literally at the heart of what BPM is. Unfortunately, analyst groups like Gartner &amp…
Over 2 years ago
If you are looking for a BPM tool really you need to understand your actual intended goal. Most BPM providers do not actually focus on the Process, which is interesting since it is quite literally at the heart of what BPM is. Unfortunately, analyst groups like Gartner &amp…
About 3 years ago
I guess the real question is what are your goals and objectives? What are you hoping to accomplish with either software? While both claim to be and are categorized as BPM, neither actually focus on the Process aspect. Which is ironic since that is what the P in BPM…
Over 3 years ago
Hey Fletcher - You may be interested to know that iGrafx now has a web modelling capability that would make it available for IOS users.
Over 3 years ago
Given the choice between those 2 i would choose IBM BPM. It is important to note though that neither actually do the P in BPM. Process is imperative to understanding your Business Model and knowing which processes are candidates for Automation. A true BPM like iGrafx will…

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