The latest version of its BPM software includes expanded process modeling, goal monitoring, reporting, process automation and analysis.
Business process management software firm Sajus Technologies launched a new version of its BPM offering, the company said.
The privately held Canadian firm debuted BPM Suite 5.1 on Monday. The latest version of its BPM software includes expanded modeling, goal-monitoring, reporting, automation and analysis capabilities. It also features XML-based forms that can be accessed via several types of applications.
Sajus markets itself as a provider of "goal-based" process management, meaning it emphasizes finding the causes of organizational problems through process-monitoring before applying tools to address those problems.
Version 5.1 "highlights where quick wins can be implemented for maximum ROI," Sajus Technologies CEO Steven Clarke said in a prepared statement. "Sajus BPM Suite 5.1 can integrate with any existing process and measure it end-to-end. Process-based vendors can't do that."
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