Friday, August 19, 2005

Network Computing says Fuego is the Master of the Domain

Network Computing (NWC) recently started a task of evaluating BPM suites. In their Green Bay, Wis., NWC Inc. business applications lab, they put together a dream team of nine BPM software vendors: Bluespring Software, Computer Associates, Fuego, Lombardi Software, Oracle, Pegasystems, Savvion, Tibco Software and Ultimus. They had invited nearly 20 to play, but many didn't meet their qualifications. BEA Systems, FileNet and Microsoft declined; Fujitsu and Metastorm came too late; and Appian, Chordiant Software and Vitria Technology expressed interest by never sent them their software, according to their report which released last week.

What they came out with? In their own words “Fuego's product proved the master of our BPM game and earned our NWC Inc. seal of approval, with the suites from Savvion, Oracle and CA close on its heels. FuegoBPM's simulation and process-management capabilities are extensive, its system integration and manual task features are broad and embody reuse as a default, and its BAM capabilities are open to third-party tools as well as its included toolset. Savvion BusinessManager was hampered by a weaker BAM implementation and fewer human integration options, while Oracle BPEL Process Manager was held back by its simulation and narrower process-management capabilities. CA's not-so-clever CleverPath integration and simulation kept it from the top.”

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