First Impression: Fujitsu Interstage Business Operations Platform

Written by Nathaniel Palmer.


Since the earliest days of the BPM market, Fujitsu has been a leading innovator in delivering Web-based process management frameworks, including pioneering one of first truly n-tier, pure Java BPMS platforms. Today Fujitsu offers Fujitsu Interstage Business Operations Platform (“Interstage BOP”), a unified, multi-tier platform built on J2SE (Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition) technology combining composite application development capabilities with robust integration and data-driven BPM. This architecture provides a highly-scalable run-time environment, deployable on-premise and in the cloud, supporting both multi-tenant (hosted solution by Fujitsu) and private cloud configurations.

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First Impression: EMC Documentum xCP 2.1

Written by Nathaniel Palmer.



EMC Documentum xCP 2.1 is a next generation solution development platform designed for quickly building and deploying smart apps to support information-intensive processes and decision-making.

Notable key features of Documentum xCP 2.1 include:

  • Support for Big Data – leveraging Pivotal Greenplum Database for actionable analytics and real-time visibility across processes and Big Data sets.
  • Content Intelligence – out-of-the-box capabilities for analyzing unstructured content and automated metadata extraction.
  • Cloud-ready Architecture and Supporting Services – ready-to-go support for deploying to the EMC OnDemand cloud environment.
  • Mobile Development Platform – rich library of language and device independent RESTful services.
  • Business Alert – monitoring and reporting on all business event data and historic user queries.
  • Unified Process Development Environment – enhanced BPM development environment and design-time capabilities specifically tuned to delivering an optimized User Experience.
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First Impression: Verint Systems’ Impact 360

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Verint® Systems (NASDAQ: VRNT) is a global firm focused on delivering solutions defined by Actionable Intelligence™ – combining analytics with specific capabilities designed to enable its customers to capture, analyze and act on customer and operational data to achieve better business outcomes. Verint Systems’ solutions are used at over 80% of the Fortune 100 and across more than 10,000 customers worldwide. Today the majority of its total business (58% of revenues in 2013) is composed of its Enterprise Intelligence division, which consists of practice areas focused on support back-office operations, contact centers, retail branches, and a Voice of the Customer set of analytics solutions.

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First Impression: BP Logix Process Director 3.0

Written by Nathaniel Palmer.

Recently the team was provided with a comprehensive demonstration of the latest release, version 3.0, of Process Director from BP Logix. This was not a literal introduction, as we have had the opportunity to explore Process Director through prior briefings by BP Logix, as well as through working independently with two key customers. This has allowed us to understand both the potential value and the differentiating features offered by Process Director historically, as well as provide us with a unique appreciation of the critical milestones achieved with the V 3.0 release.

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  • This could be definitely intelligent BPM. I do not see many customers who need this level of sophistication. What customers does BP Logix have already that are interested in this capability, and what level of process maturity are they at?
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First Impressions in Lean BPM: Integrify 6

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Lean BPM is distinguished from today’s consolidating group of “stack” or platform vendors in its focus on the quick deployment of process-driven applications (such as purpose-built forms and web apps) rather than broad-reaching system modernization and integration efforts. The latter typically involves project lifecycles of several months, and often 100s or even 1,000s of vertically-integrated function points.  In contrast, Lean BPM can be applied to targeted areas to realize immediate benefit, without imposing the deployment overhead and integration effort involved with those environments. 

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