|BonitaSoft unveils its new BPM solution: Bonita Open Solution [message #567437]
||Tue, 27 October 2009 17:15
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BonitaSoft unveils its new BPM solution: Bonita Open Solution|
Paris, October 20, 2009 BonitaSoft, first provider of open source Business Process Management (BPM) solutions, today delivered the new preview version of its open source business process management (BPM) software: Bonita Open Solution 5.0.
More than a new version, Bonita Open Solution 5.0 is a complete redesign of the Bonita BPM solution from all points of view: technical, ergonomic, and functional. Bonita Open Solution is not a traditional BPM package but a 3 in 1 solution. With Bonita Solution one can design a process, connect to existing information systems, and generate applications for end users.
The 140 000 users who have already downloaded Bonita, the contributors, and the project teams who have been waiting for a BPM solution that is intuitive and powerful at an optimal cost, will find in Bonita Open Source a BPM solution for all processes and all organizations. The democratization of BPM has arrived. Bonita Open Solution is available at the BonitaSoft web site: www.bonitasoft.com
At the same time, BonitaSoft launches the new version of its community site (http://www.bonitasoft.org). Bonitasoft.org offers the vital link of communication among Bonita contributors, users, customers, partners and the BonitaSoft R&D team.
Created in 2009 by Miguel Valdes, Rodrigue Le Gall and Charles Souillard, BonitaSoft is the first provider of open source business process management (BPM) software. The Bonita solution has been downloaded more than 140 000 times to date by companies and organizations worldwide. BonitaSoft will democratize the use of BPM in companies of all sizes with an intuitive and powerful solution with an optimum cost. BonitaSoft is a partner of Talend and Bull and is an active member of the OW2 consortium.
More information at: http://www.bonitasoft.com
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