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Colosa

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Colosa is a provider of Unix/Linux-based specialized workflow software in North and South America. The company develops business process management (BPM) systems, which include automation tools, and process-driven functions. Colosa’s software is suited for use by mid-to large-sized institutions with a need to track and process large volumes of documents. It offers trilingual services in design, programming, e-business integration, hardware and software deployment, training, and consulting... Read More

ProcessMaker

Processmaker is an on-demand business process managment platform targeted at small and medium businesses seeking to automate document intensive, approval based processes across systems and organizations. Users can create workflows and custom forms, management processes, and generate reports.    Read More

Bonitasoft, Part 1: An Upbeat Provider of Open Source BPM Software

One area where open source software providers seem to be doing quite well is business process management (BPM), a discipline that focuses on continuously improving business processes, while taking an outside-in, customer-centric perspective. Think of solutions like Colosa’s ProcessMaker, Intalio, and Alfresco Software’s Activiti. In addition, while Red Hat is expected to make major announcements Read More

It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part V

Part IV of this blog series further analyzed Webcom ResponsAbility, the on-demand workflow automation and business process management (BPM) solution. Anyone interested can take the product for a free trial test drive here. The vendor just released the ResponsAbility p4 release. Competitive Offerings Do Exist Still, Webcom’s first-to-market (or close to) BPM on-demand advantage has already Read More

Eccentex-Enabling Do-it-yourself Case Management

Various types of vendors and products have taken hold of the business process management (BPM) software market. While there are mainstream BPM providers such as IBM, Oracle (see here), Pegasystems (see here), Tibco, etc., there is a crop of open source providers such as Bonitasoft (see here) and other relative BPM newcomers such as AuraPortal (see here). We recently came across Eccentex Read More