Business Process Management (BPM)

Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6 Compared to Appian 7 BPM Suite

Provided by Red Hat

Category Business Process Management (BPM)

Type White Paper

Length 6

Publish Date November 04 2014

Date posted October 28 2015

Overview

A great BPM system reflects a focus on the key capabilities that let business users own, manage, and improve processes, rules, and policies in response to variable market conditions. A great BPM system is built by developers with the widest possible array of real-world experience. A great BPM system continually incorporates these two characteristics over a sustained period of time. This competitive review examines Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6 and Appian 7 BPM Suite.

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