SOA News Desk
SOA Meets BPM
Cape Clear and Appian Announce Partnership
By: SOA News Desk
Nov. 29, 2007 10:00 AM
Cape Clear Software
announced a new alliance with Appian. The
combination enables the design, development and deployment of end-to-end
business processes spanning system-to-system integration and service
Customers can now enjoy the benefits of an integrated BPM and ESB environment that facilitates rapid time to solution, process simplification and less complex integration to existing systems. By bridging the gap between human interactions and system interactions, users of the combined solution will significantly improve their ability to change and modify enterprise process applications while leveraging the benefits of service oriented architecture (SOA).
“Clients are increasingly looking to bring together SOA and BPM in order to connect IT assets with the processes that ultimately consume them,” commented Ian Charlesworth, principal analyst at Ovum. “This partnership plays directly to this market demand”.
"SOA plus BPM is a compelling combination for enterprises, but although it's an easy equation to write down, in practice it's not easy to bring the value of these two initiatives together," says Neil Ward-Dutton, research director at analyst firm Macehiter Ward-Dutton. "This partnership leverages the strengths of two best-of-breed technology providers to help customers address the opportunities and challenges that come from pursuing BPM and SOA together."
“With this partnership,
“This partnership enables organizations to align their SOA and BPM objectives from the project start,” commented Samir Gulati, vice president, marketing at Appian. “Customers will realize a better long-term return on both investments.”
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