Cordys, a leading provider of software for business process innovation, is
mentioned by research firm Ovum in its recent report "SaaS BPM - Silencing
the skeptics", as the best fit in an emerging category of BPM platforms.
Ovum observes that a distinct category of BPM platforms is emerging and
prominent among these are vendors that provide a full development and
execution environment in the SaaS mode, while maintaining a functional focus
on process management and process improvement.
Features offered by such vendors include middleware capabilities, cloud
provisioning and orchestration, with the option of multiple tenancy models.
In addition, these vendors have chosen to focus on the delivery of BPM
capabilities and modeling tools on demand. Ovum believes that the BPM focus
of these vendors sets them apart, and that Cordys proves the best fit for
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