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Global 360 Ships Upgrade Of BPM Suite

Global 360 releases an upgrade of its business process management suite, which includes integration with several Microsoft products.

Global 360 on Monday released an upgrade of its business process management suite, which includes integration with several Microsoft products.

G360 BPM Suite Version 9.4 leverage Microsoft Office, SharePoint and InfoPath. It has also been integrated with Corticon’s tools for business rules management.

The Microsoft integration enables companies to conduct business processes from standard work environments, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Integration with Corticon’s system enables G360 to enforce business rules through a centralized repository.

. "Our integration with Microsoft and Corticon gives our clients effective, well-known technology to initiate processes, create and manage forms, and collaborate on process tasks, accelerating the acceptance and understanding of BPM technology among users across the enterprise," Michael Crosno, president and chief executive of Dallas-based Global 360, said in a statement.

Pricing for G360 BPM Suite Version 9.4 was not disclosed.

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