IProcess Suite 10.6 also has a tighter link with Tibco's service-oriented architecture layer, and enhancements that improve role-based usability and provide more granular process monitoring capabilities. In addition, the upgrade can scale to manage a broader array of business processes.
With the latest release, iProcess Suite's application modules have been more tightly integrated with the company's Business Studio modeling and design environment. As a result, processes created in Studio can be deployed and executed directly from the toolset.
The upgrade's fine-grained integration with Tibco's SOA and BPM layers includes the ability to query for details such as case numbers, make audit trail entries, and graft sub-procedures and steps through the service layer to a BPM process.
In addition, Tibco has introduced the iProcess Workspace, which packages together all user facing functionality; and has added to the suite the ability to monitor sub-processes.
IProcess Suite 10.6, which started shipping this week, supports Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Linux RedHat 4.0, and DB2 9.1. Pricing was not disclosed.