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Polymita, world player in BPM, has announced today that Gartner has positioned Polymita in the Visionaries quadrant of the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Business Process Management Suites’ report* published in October 18th. The 2010 Magic Quadrant depicts the relative strength of 25 vendors in the world, offering multiregional, cross-industry BPMSs that met the inclusion criteria.
“We are honored that Gartner has positioned Polymita in Visionaries Quadrant in this research”, said Mr. Erik Brieva, President and CEO of Polymita. “We believe this is a confirmation of how Polymita has improved exponentially its competitive position, has continued to deliver innovations and has executed on its international expansion. In my opinion, Polymita is one of the global leaders that mostly improves its position.”
According to Gartner “In general, Visionaries are innovators. Thus, the Visionaries quadrant in any Magic Quadrant is often the one with the greatest degree of change from year to year”. And continues: “The position of a vendor in the 2010 BPMS Magic Quadrant directly relates to its ability to support the top four usage scenarios that drive buyers to invest in a BPMS”. Gartner also mentions: “A BPMS is an integrated collection of software technologies that enables process transparency, and thus, better management of the business process, as well as work in the process”.
Polymita BPM Suite incorporates in its version 6 an innovative process management within the Cloud Computing philosophy (Cloud-based PaaS package). It is 100% online, including a BPMN web-based modeler totally independent of the customer infrastructure environment. Polymita 6 also includes an advanced non-structured processes management system (Polymita FreeFlow©) and delivers strong facilities for Case Management.
The "Magic Quadrant for Business Process Management Suites" report is available to Gartner clients at www.Gartner.com.
* Gartner, Inc. "Magic Quadrant for Business Process Management Suites" by Jim Sinur and Janelle B. Hill, October 18, 2010