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Living process - empowering end users

Living process - empowering end users

"What have I learned from 5 years of deploying business process management projects?" Bonitasoft presales manager Olivier Delcroix offers his experience and vision on BPM and Living Process
29 Jul 2014 - Olivier Delcroix
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Video album: Bonitasoft - 5 Years!

Video album: Bonitasoft - 5 Years!

22 Jul 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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Living Process - the demo

Living Process - the demo

How can structured and rigid BPM processes adapt to the reality of today’s dynamic and demanding work environment? Join us for this webinar and see!
11 Jul 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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The Bonitasoft Birthday game

The Bonitasoft Birthday game

Celebrate 5 years of open source BPM with our Bonitasoft game!
10 Jul 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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Bonitasoft introduces BonitaCloud

Bonitasoft introduces BonitaCloud

We have kicked the servers, yelled at the databases, and run more than 50,000 process instances. We are tired, but think we are ready - for you to join us in the BonitaCloud-α Program!
08 Jul 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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Happy Birthday Bonitasoft!

Happy Birthday Bonitasoft!

Celebrate 5 years of open source BPM with Bonitasoft!
07 Jul 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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Living Process - What does it mean to you? (Update)

Living Process - What does it mean to you? (Update)

Bonitasoft introduces LivingProcess.com, a social site dedicated to share ideas about the future of business process management. We start with the question: "what does 'living process' mean to you?"
07 Jul 2014 - Miguel Valdés Faura
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Bonita BPM 6.3.2 now available!

Bonita BPM 6.3.2 now available!

This is a maintenance release for 6.3 version.
02 Jul 2014 - Julien Espitallier
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Bonita Fans are FAN-tastic. #WhyILoveBonitaBPM

Bonita Fans are FAN-tastic. #WhyILoveBonitaBPM

Thank you for all the love. We have a winner in our FAN-tastic sweepstakes drawing!
30 Jun 2014 - Mickey Farrance
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Use the Web REST API to integrate BPM into your applications

Use the Web REST API to integrate BPM into your applications

The Web REST API is useful to integrate a smaller, component BPM process into a larger, existing application. We've just published the documentation that explains this.
25 Jun 2014 - Christine McKinty
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