Thursday, 09 September 2010 10:32

Software AG Named a Leader in Business Process Management Suites by Independent Research Firm

By Software AG

Software AG today announced that it has been named a Leader in the August 2010 report by Forrester Research, Inc., The Forrester Waveâ„¢: Business Process Management Suites, Q3 2010, receiving some of its top scores in services as well as process modelling and collaborative design. Forrester Research, Inc. stated: 'The IDS Scheer acquisition gives Software AG one of the deepest benches for process skills and capabilities in the market.'

Citing Software AG as a 'BPM heavyweight,' Forrester highlighted several features that landed Software AG in the Leader category and reflect the evaluation of the webMethods and ARIS portfolios, including:

  • 'Software AG stood out for its comprehensive process repository, CentraSite, and improved process portal capabilities.'
  • Software AG, among other vendors, presented ''¦strong integration features, strong process repositories, and excellent design collaboration capabilities.'
  • 'Software AG also improved its standing in this evaluation by delivering an intuitive environment that is also highly scalable.'

'It's an honour to be cited as a Leader in Forrester's BPM Wave,' said Steve Keys, Senior Vice-President, Global Consulting Services, Asia Pacific & Japan and Managing Director, Australia/New Zealand, Software AG. 'We take great pride in delivering the technology that benefits our customers in ways that help them increase their speed and quality of service, while driving down costs. Our leadership position in BPM reflects the great partnerships we have with our customers and the great team we have here at Software AG.'


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