Having improved many of its functionality features, Bizagi recently released version 9.1.6 of its business process management (BPM) software. I’m pleased to announce that the Bizagi BPM Suite 9.1.6 is a TEC Certified system for BPM functionality.
See TEC’s vendor showcase for a complete profile of Bizagi.
You can download the full report, which covers Bizagi’s strengths and weaknesses, and a benchmarking analysis of each functionality module according to TEC’s knowledge base of BPM solutions. You will find valuable information on Bizagi’s functionality, including:
A glimpse of the report is presented in the following graph:
The TEC Focus Indicator graph is an at-a-glance competitive profile of an enterprise software solution. It shows you the feature areas where the solution is most and least competitive in its market space, compared with the industry average, so you can quickly determine what sets it apart from similar solutions.
Screencap from Bizagi’s BPM Suite version 9.1.6
What makes Bizagi competitive are the improvements it has made in process modeling as well as its dominance in security management and process collaboration. Also worth highlighting are the recent improvements in monitoring and management and workflow portal. Bizagi BPM Suite 9.1.6 has an appealing set of features that enable users to easily navigate its functional modules in a very coherent way, for a good user experience. Data collection and capture is easy and code free, letting users speed up the development and deployment of work.
Bizagi has reinforced collaboration and versioning control, and made it available in the cloud, to boost its user-centric approach. Bizagi maintains its strategy of targeting those organizations that need a reliable BPM system that’s easy to use and can be quickly deployed.
In addition, Bizagi has extensive experience with customers in the financial space as well as in the oil and gas industry, which shows the flexibility of the product to adapt to different productive scenarios and industries.
For TEC certification, Bizagi completed TEC’s detailed request for information (RFI) (download a sample BPM RFI template), and delivered the formal product demonstration I’d requested. This demo let me see how Bizagi supported about a hundred features and functionality sets that I was particularly interested in taking a closer look at.
The product learning curve is relatively small and enables users to be hands on with the application in a short period of time, which gives Bizagi an interesting competitive advantage.