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The Forrester Wave™: Human-Centric BPM For Java Platforms, Q3 2007

Pure Plays Maintain Lead, But Infrastructure Giants Enter The Market

August 2, 2007

Authors

  • By Colin Teubner
  • with Connie Moore,
  • Jamie Barnett

Why Read This Report

Forrester evaluated leading human-centric business process management suite (BPMS) vendors across approximately 150 criteria and found that Appian, Lombardi Software, Pegasystems, and Savvion lead on the strength of their people-oriented products and excellent monitoring and analysis tools. Software AG and TIBCO are also human-centric BPM Leaders, thanks to their all-around strength and integration prowess. BEA, Fujitsu, Graham Technology, and HandySoft are Strong Performers but lack either breadth of product or vision, while IBM is a Strong Performer that has some missing features but an extremely strong future. Finally, Contender Intalio brings an open source offering to the market that could win over buyers with its low cost.

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Table of Contents

  • BPM Suites Go Mainstream In Business And IT
  • Use Your Business Processes To Guide You Through The BPM Maze
  • The Human-Centric Market Adds Big Players And Integration Specialists
  • When Selecting Human-Centric BPM Suites, Follow The Process Life Cycle
  • Human-Centric BPM Suites Evaluation Overview
  • Leaders Pit Pure Innovation Against Integration Savvy
  • Vendor Profiles
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents