BPM 2.0

Sadagopan points to a post by Ismael Ghalimi: “[Business Process Management] is too good of a technology for it to be kept out of reach from most of its potential users because of high acquisition costs. Until now, a fully featured enterprise-class BPMS would cost north of $250,000. If you wanted to add support for business rules, BAM and a couple of enterprise applications, it would cost you close to $500,000. I tend to think that such a high price tag is the largest single contributor to the slow adoption rate for BPM that we witnessed over the past six years. BPM 2.0 will change this by making enterprise-class BPMS products free of charge when deployed through certain configurations. Hybrid business models blending Open Source and commercial software will ensure that a handfull of vendors enjoy the success they need for supporting customers over the long run. In the end, customers, system integrators and software vendors alike will all benefit from the upcoming explosion of the BPM market.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.