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Business Process Management Today: Putting theory into practice

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Competitive Review: Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6 compared to Appian 7 BPM Suite

A great business process management (BPM) system reflects a focus on the key capabilities that let business users own, manage, and improve processes, rules, and policies in response to variable market conditions, and it is built by developers with an array of real-world experience.

Access this competitive review of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6 and Appian 7 BPM Suite to compare each product’s strengths and weaknesses and find out which BPM suite is a great system.

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