Signavio Partners with Red Hat to Improve Business Process Automation
LAS VEGAS, NV: In a need to drive the business, Signavio is forming a strategic alliance with Red Hat to automate business processes. The partnership indeed ignites the collaboration between business analysts and developers to streamline the business design and analysis functionalities.
The convergence will allow to build process models with help of Signavio Process Editor and can be exported to Red Hat JBoss BPM suite for assessments and deployment. The tool will provide users the ability to test and compare models for optimizing workflow designs. It provides an advantage by comparing the models before implementing it.
On the other hand, JBoss BPM suite enables businesses and IT users to document, simulate, manage, automate and monitor business processes and policies. It combines all the decision management and event processing capabilities with advanced BPM tools and create a single platform for business and decision management.
"Strong alignment between business requirements and IT implementation is important to every process automation project. Signavio engages business analysts and its modeling platform is well-suited for Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite projects," says Dr. Gero Decker, CEO, Signavio.
Users can use Signavio Process Editor to structure an accurate process model and optimize it with collaboration. Additionally these models can be interchanged with the help of JBoss BPM Suite execution environment, to improve sense of team work between analysts and developers.
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