Bizagi

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Bizagi is a privately owned software company established in 1989 with Global Headquarters in the UK, and offices in USA, Spain & Latin America. Its name is a portmanteau of "business" and "agility".

The company designs and develops enterprise software for Business Process Management (BPM). Its three complementary products form the Bizagi BPM Suite.

Products

The Bizagi BPM Suite offers features such as: Graphic real-time tracking and monitoring, alarms and notifications, performance analysis and reporting, auditing, traceability, workload routing and balancing, and mobility.[1][2] It can be integrated with CRM and ERP systems, such as Microsoft Dynamics, Salesforce and SAP, as well as SharePoint, [3] databases and legacy applications.[4] In addition, Bizagi's flexibility and re-use capabilities promote business process improvement. Other features include:

  • Bizagi BPMN Modeler [5] is a freeware application to graphically diagram, document and simulate processes in a standard format known as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN). Using Bizagi Modeler, processes can be published to Word, PDF, Wiki, Web or SharePoint, or exported to Visio, image formats (png, bpm, svg or jpg) and XPDL,[6] to be shared and communicated across the organization.
  • Bizagi Studio [7] is a Freeware Business Process Management (BPM) solution that allows organizations to build (automate) business processes and workflows. By default, the platform allows you to test your processes for free for up to 20 users. It acts as the construction module where users build process applications (user interface, forms, business rules, etc.) associated to their business processes and workflows, in preparation for process execution. Models are stored in a database and then used at runtime for process execution.
  • Bizagi Engine [8] takes the previously modeled & automated processes and executes them across the organization. Processes automated by Bizagi Engine are then made available via a Work Portal that end users can access through a PC or mobile devices.

Applications

Bizagi can be used to automate processes[9] and has made available a set of executable process templates that can be downloaded from Bizagi Process Xchange. The templates include Help Desk Management, Six Sigma process management, Personal Loans request, Insurance Policy underwriting, Transactional process, among others.

In 2013, Bizagi introduced widgets, a group of ready-made building blocks to add functionality to processes. These series of maps, pie charts, calculators etc are created and maintained by the public Bizagi Community via its Widget Xchange. [10]

See also

Recognitions & Awards

  • Bizagi receives TEC (Technology Evaluation Centers) certification [11]
  • Fraunhofer report by the German Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, (IESE) recognizes Bizagi as the highest ranked product in the 2014 market analysis of BPM Suites [12]
  • IDC’s 2014 MarketScape report for Worldwide Business Platforms hails Bizagi as a Major Player & Disruptive Innovator [13]
  • Forrester’s 2014 report on “New Development Platforms For Customer-Facing Applications” recognizes Bizagi as a low-code platform leader [14]

In addition, enterprises using Bizagi obtained the following awards:

  • 2 awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow, 2014 [15]
  • Bizagi placed in Red Herring Top 100 Global List of innovative technology companies [16]
  • Bizagi recognized by PwC's jury as 'Most Promising Technology Company' in its "Local to Global" Expo, 20 November 2014 [17]

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