Business Process Automation: BonitaSoft Adds Three North American Companies to Partner Program
BonitaSoft, a provider of open source Business Process Management (BPM) solutions, announced the addition of OpenSymmetry, Savoir-faire Linux and Open Source Business Consulting to its partner program.
“Teaming with strong ISV partners is integral to BonitaSoft's core philosophy of putting a premium on user experience,” said Miguel Valdes Faura, CEO of BonitaSoft. “Working with proven companies OpenSymmetry, Savoir-faire Linux and Open Source (News - Alert) Business Consulting diversifies our program and helps offer our customers more expertise.”
BonitaSoft's partner program consists of open source and commercial organizations whose technology, combined with Bonita Open Solution, enables them to deliver additional value to mutual customers, company officials said.
The company’s two partner categories include technology and OEM partners and Consultant and System Integrators. BonitaSoft Technology and OEM Partners build integrated solutions while Consultant and System Integrators provide complementary services to the BonitaSoft community.
A BonitaSoft partner gets numerous benefits. The BonitaSoft training program offers a hands-on, detailed technical training session to ensure that all partners are experts in the latest BonitaSoft technology.
“Enterprises are increasingly relying on BPM to streamline their workflow models, so it's important for us to partner with reliable vendors that offer a proven BPM solution,” said Trevor Dunham, director of Solutions at OpenSymmetry. “The strength of their product is underscored by the extraordinary growth the company experienced over the past year, and reaffirms open source BPM's readiness for the enterprise.”
Recently BonitaSoft announced that it released version 5.4 of its BPM suite Bonita Open Solution. The new release will provide improvements on the cloud-ready architecture introduced in Bonita Open Solution 5.3, as well as improved process modeling features to give a simpler, more flexible model.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee