BPM Tools (Business Process Management Tools)

Business Process Management (BPM) Tools help organization to design/automate business process models, process flow models, data flow models, rules and also facilitate simulating, optimizing, monitoring and maintaining various processes that occur within a business environment.

BPM Suites or BPM Tools are some time referred as BPMS.

BPM tools provide platform to create an application that co-ordinates the manual and automated tasks.In a business environment there are many scenarios which involves action from different stake holders.BPM tools help automate the Business process that fastens the business activities.

Business process management (BPM) is a domain which has improved business efficiency in last decade.BPM market is more then 7-8 billion dollars.
There are different tools available to manage Business processes.Pegasystems is leading the space and IBM Lombardi is following it.

BPM Tools List

  1. Pega Systems(Pega)
  2. IBM(Lombardi)
  3. Progress (Savvion)
  4. Appian
  5. Metastorm
  6. Global 360
  7. Software AG
  8. Oracle BPM
  9. Adobe
  10. Singularity
  11. Tibco
  12. EMC
  13. Ultimus
  14. Ascentin
  15. Intalio
  16. K2
  17. AuraPortal
  18. SAP
  19. Ascentin
  20. Polymita technologies
  21. Newgen Software technologies
  22. AgilePoint
  23. BizAgi
  24. HandySoft
  25. PNMSoft
  26. Pallas Athena


BPM Tools
BPM Tools

There are four critical components of a BPM Suite:


  1.     Process Engine – a robust platform for modeling and executing process-based applications, including business rules
  2.     Business Analytics — enable managers to identify business issues, trends, and opportunities with reports and dashboards and react accordingly
  3.     Content Management — provides a system for storing and securing electronic documents, images, and other files
  4.     Collaboration Tools — remove intra- and interdepartmental communication barriers through discussion forums, dynamic workspaces, and message boards

BPM also addresses many of the critical IT issues underpinning these business drivers, including:

  • Managing end-to-end, customer-facing processes
  • Consolidating data and increasing visibility into and access to associated data and information
  • Increasing the flexibility and functionality of current infrastructure and data
  • Integrating with existing systems and leveraging emerging service oriented architecture (SOAs)
  • Establishing a common language for business-IT alignment


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