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Ovum Recognizes BonitaSoft In Business Process Management Report

Submitted by BonitaSoft on Fri, 2012-05-04 17:22

BonitaSoft, the leader in open source business process management (BPM), today announced it was included in Ovum’s 2011 Decision Matrix: Selecting a Business Process Management Vendor report. Designed to help enterprises select the right BPM suite, BonitaSoft was recognized among Ovum’s list of key BPM providers to consider.
The maturity of the Bonita Open Solution, along with BonitaSoft’s strong growth in terms of both company size and customer base over the past year, were key considerations for inclusion in the report. In fact, BonitaSoft’s technology scores in aggregate beat those of large vendors, demonstrating the credibility of the company’s BPM suite to meet the needs of both business and IT users.
Somak Roy, Ovum Senior Software Analyst and author of the report, said, “In aggregate, BonitaSoft beats behemoths such as Tibco and EMC. With its full-featured suite and strong distribution network, enterprises should explore BonitaSoft as a cost-effective option for getting up and running quickly.”
Being recognized by Ovum as an alternative to traditional BPM players validates our success in democratizing BPM with a cost-effective, robust tool for enterprise users,” said Miguel Valdés Faura, BonitaSoft CEO. “With our innovative, easy-to-use BPM solutions, BonitaSoft continues to disrupt the BPM market.

BonitaSoft is the leading provider of open source business process management (BPM) software. Created in 2009 by the founders of Bonita project, BonitaSoft democratize the use of BPM in companies of all sizes with an intuitive and powerful solution with an optimum cost. The Bonita solution has been downloaded more than 750,000 times to date by companies and organizations worldwide.
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