BonitaSoft, the leader in open source business process management (BPM), announced that it has received an IDG InfoWorld 2012 Bossie Award. The
InfoWorld Bossie Awards recognize each year the best business-oriented open source software products. Bonita Open Solution was named one of the
best open source applications for the second consecutive year.
Acoording to James R. Borck, senior contributing editor of the InfoWorld Test Center, “Bonita Open Solution shines brightest in open source BPM with a
coding-free BPM design studio, a large stock of connectors (databases, CRM, messaging), a whiteboard-style process modeler, a good widget-based
forms builder, and a standout transaction engine, which received a performance boost this year. Built-in process simulation tools ease the
way to process optimization.”
Bonita Open Solution combines three solutions in one: an innovative Studio for process modeling, a powerful BPM and Workflow engine, and a breakthrough user interface. In democratizing BPM, it is designed to align the needs of both business and IT users including department managers, business analysts, process engineers and application developers.
“Winning this award for the second year in a row is a significant achievement,” said Miguel Valdés Faura, BonitaSoft CEO and co-founder. “We are honored the InfoWorld editors continue to recognize that our flexible, open source approach is disrupting the BPM industry, making it easy and affordable to manage business processes using our comprehensive suite of powerful tools.”