Persistent Systems Announces Partnership with MA-Based RAGE Frameworks
Persistent Systems, a provider of software product and technology services, started business process automation and development services for RAGE LiveBPA users.
RAGE LiveBPA from RAGE Framework is capable of significantly quickening business process automation.
RAGE customers can now leverage Persistent Systems’ services while using the LiveBPA platform and employ its specifically designed product engineering processes to develop best-in-class solutions for customers in technology, telecommunication, life science, healthcare, banking, and consumer products sectors.
Venkat Srinivasan, CEO and founder of Rage, commented, “We are excited that Persistent Systems will join the RAGE Partner Network. Persistent’s global team is made up of the industry’s best and brightest software engineers and technology consultants. RAGE LiveBPA global enterprise customers now have a tremendous resource to leverage as they look to fully exploit the power of RAGE LiveBPA across multiple platforms.”
Persistent claimed that it has created a professional services practice based on its well established product knowledge, deep technical expertise and experience working with product teams. With its best-in-class solutions, one can let clients make their businesses more efficient, agile and responsive to their customers’ needs.
Persistent added that LiveBPA is a uniquely powerful solution that enables companies to reduce their application development to a pure modeling exercise. Hereon Persistent Systems experts will help global enterprises utilize LiveBPA to solve mission critical business transformation challenges, and expand and effectively support their use of LiveBPA.
RAGE Framework asserted that the RAGE BPA technology framework has received several patents and represents a significant fundamental innovation in business process automation. The company continues to constantly add newer, innovative components to its framework and expanding the reach of its LiveBPA solutions capability.
Edited by Brooke Neuman