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Bonitasoft Provides Power-Developer Features for Building Stellar End-User Experiences with Bonita BPM 6.3 Release

Bonitasoft, provider of the most-downloaded business process management (BPM) solution in the world, today announced the release of Bonita BPM 6.3, giving IT professionals a more advanced set of tools to quickly develop and integrate process-driven business applications and new flexibility for end-user interfaces. The newest version of Bonitasoft’s award-winning Business Process Management suite is available immediately.

Application developers can use Bonita BPM 6.3’s extended portal customization capability to give their application end users easy-to-use web and mobile portals dedicated to their specific needs. They can leverage the tool to make improvements in already deployed “hot” applications. New capabilities in Bonita BPM 6.3 allow them to repair failures in apps resulting from third-party API changes or configuration errors in live applications.

Power developers looking to build applications faster and easier can use Bonita BPM 6.3 to create a full Business Data Model to use inside company-wide business applications.

Bonita BPM 6.3 now gives developers:

  • BPM Portal extensibility with:
    • Access to fully customizable look and feel for web and mobile Portals
    • Ability to customize the Bonita BPM Portal, along with new default Portal page options
    • Capability to customize user access privileges to various Bonita BPM Portal pages
    • Customizable Business Intelligence reports
  • Post-production flexibility with:
    • Capability to intervene on the part of process users to unblock bottlenecked processes
    • Easy access for on-the-fly modification of connectors and configurations, with replay

“Developers have made it clear they need tools that offer the speed, power, flexibility and agility to create customized BPM applications that fit their customers’ needs,” said Miguel Valdés Faura, CEO and co-founder, Bonitasoft. “Our latest release of Bonita BPM incorporates their feedback and delivers a set of resources they can use to create innovative, productive and process-driven business applications.”

Bonita BPM provides an innovative Studio for graphic-based process modeling, a powerful BPM and Workflow engine and a breakthrough user interface. In democratizing BPM, it is designed to meet the needs of both business and IT users including business analysts, process managers and application developers.

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About Bonitasoft

Bonitasoft democratizes business process management (BPM) by bringing a flexible yet powerful BPM suite to organizations of all sizes and industries. Bonitasoft and its open source community deliver an unmatched ecosystem of connectors for nearly any application and/or system. With Bonitasoft, organizations can model, automate, and optimize process workflows in Finance, Human Resources, Marketing & Sales, Supply Chain, E-Government, and more. As the world’s fastest-growing BPM provider, Bonitasoft has more than 2.75M downloads, 975 customers and a community of more than 60,000 contributors.

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