Under the partnership, BTP will provide sales, services and product support for IBM BPM customers seeking to enhance their process deployments using BP3’s Brazos toolkit.
BTP (which provides BPM solutions for the financial services, insurance, legal, engineering, construction and industrial services sectors) says it will also leverage its own expertise in process automation, project management and rapid delivery frameworks to implement highly functional instances of BPM applications for its clients using the Brazos toolkit.
“Partnering with an organisation such as BP3, who are globally respected for implementing highly functional business process management solutions, is an exciting opportunity for our company and the broader IBM BPM customer based in ANZ,” said Ian Dunn, Managing Director, BTP Australia.
“Clients looking to implement highly intuitive mobile ready solutions, now have the tools necessary to deliver great outcomes for their businesses,” Dunn said.
Lance Gibbs, BP3’s CEO said under the partnership BTP is “bringing an ability to deliver projects using Brazos Suite and BPM to this market, and is enabling new users of Brazos that were previously unreachable.”