Speed Process Innovation within your organization using BPM On Cloud from IBM

Dec 11, 2015 posted by Kellton Tech under IBM

IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) on Cloud provides a full lifecycle BPM environment including development, test and production-with tooling and run time for process design, execution, monitoring and optimization. It is designed to enable business users to get started with process improvement quickly-often in less than 48 hours-without the need to build and maintain an IT infrastructure.

IBM BPM on Cloud is a subscription-based business process management cloud service. It offers visibility and management of business processes, low start up costs at list price of $199 per user per month and fast return on investment. This solution is an affordable operating expense (OPEX) not a significant one-time capital expenditure. As Mike Gamble, Director of Operations at Barclays mentioned, “Today, Barclays is more responsive to customer needs. Managing everything within the BPM (Business Process Management) solution allows us to do the right thing by our customers and be in control of how we’re delivering services to them. We’re doing things that we couldn’t do before on a very high volume and high scale.”

By scheduling an hour of time, we will provide you the opportunity to see how IBM BPM on Cloud helps you do more with less. As a premier partner of IBM, ProSoft has delivered many SOA- Based BPM and Business Integration projects for many customers. Please join us and bring your questions, cares and concerns to the table! Click here to register for this webinar.

We are looking forward to your participation and feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues.

Shomu Bagchi heads the BPM practice for ProSoft Group, technology leader and practitioner focused on process and technology solutions that drive business transformation and growth as well as improve efficiency and agility within organizations. Over 20 years of experience in solution delivery using BPM, Business Rules & Connectivity.



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