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November 8, 2009

Fujitsu releases new version of Interstage BPM

Captures hybrid collaborative process patterns

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu has released Interstage Business Process Manager (BPM) version11 with enhanced Sense and Respond capabilities that allow users to address changing business requirements.

Interstage BPM Version11, which is also optimised to be offered via the cloud, delivers visibility across the business process, both the structured and unstructured segments. It captures these hybrid collaborative process patterns as they are being established thereby uncovering processes that really work for the business, Fujitsu said.

The company said that the new offering provides business managers with real-time insight into how teams are performing against metrics and milestones. It visualises the hybrid process patterns, a combination of structured and unstructured process segments that allows teams see over time how they can improve their processes.

According to Fujitsy, the enhancements of the new version include, a 360 degree performance views to help users respond to business change; performance-based tasking recommendations to help identify in real-time the right person for the job; recommendations for alert and notification thresholds based on past performance data help set realistic customer SLAs; and workload predictors to facilitate team performance optimisation.

In addition, the new version also includes goal-oriented project management capabilities for alerting teams to potential issues; multi-tenant capabilities, process collaboration and knowledge sharing In combination with patented process pattern discovery capabilities, the enhanced analytics reveals existing processes as they really are, providing insight for process refinement, the company said.

Masato Nitta, president of middleware business unit at Fujitsu, said: Our latest release of Interstage BPM was designed to provide a dynamic BPM environment that allows teams to adapt to unpredictable and changing business requirements. They can then visualise these adaptations so they can continually refine the process model. This flexibility improves collaboration and makes teams more agile, dramatically improving efficiency and productivity.

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