We are pleased to announce that Business First from W4 is now available for online evaluation of business process management (BPM) solutions in the Project Portfolio Management Evaluation Center, joining the ranks of TEC Certified systems providing BPM functionality.
You can see TEC’s vendor showcase for a profile of W4 Business First.
I’ll be glad to provide a complete report on the TEC site in the coming weeks (including strengths, weaknesses, and benchmarking analysis of each module) regarding W4’s Business First BPM applications. In the meantime, let me just give you a brief overview, and remind you that typical BPM suite functionality includes the following:
- Process collaboration
- Form management
- Workflow portal
- Monitoring and management
- Process analytics
Screen Capture: W4 Business First Process Modeler
In the screencap above we see an example of the W4 Business First process modeler, which provides the tools to model simple and complex processes with its complete and easy-to-use modeler interface. Other features of W4 Business First include its process monitoring and management capabilities, which enable users to follow processes at all stages and have control of them at all times. Business First from W4 is also competitive in areas such as process analytics, workflow portal, and process modeling.
For TEC certification, W4 completed TEC’s detailed request for information (RFI) (download sample BPM RFI templates), and delivered the formal product demonstration I’d requested. This demo let me see how W4 supported more than a hundred features and functionality sets that I was particularly interested in taking a closer look at.
Stay tuned for the full report. If you have particular questions, go ahead and leave a comment below.
In the meantime, you can interactively review W4 Business First BPM Suite via TEC Advisor.
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