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Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Business Process Management (BPM: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018. The 2012 study has 533 pages, 172 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as people seek to control automated process better and interact with it in a more flexible manner.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the WinterGreen Research team that prepared the study, "Cloud computing and smart devices represent the major forces impacting business process management (BPM) markets. As the enterprise managers work to implement apps that make automated process more responsive to the needs of customers, partners, suppliers, and distributors, people use business process management (BPM) as the tools to help workers."

Business process management software is achieving the ability to connect people across applications within the siloed lines of business software capability. As enterprises realize that automation of process is key to market growth BPM is creating new market opportunities.
Innovation depends on process automation. BPM software is critical to enabling solutions.
Software is a strategic business asset used in every industry at every level. Software is necessary to provide automated process.

IBM gained two points of market share in BPM platforms as WebSphere extended its functionality to encompass cloud and more of the process interactions that occur on an everyday basis in an enterprise. IBM is positioning to let people connect across the lines of business from within the business process applications.

This ability to connect immediately is improving productivity. If the shipping department needs to talk to the order department, that can be done form within the business process management application.
Messaging and collaboration are key aspects of Business Process Management (BPM) making processes more efficient. When people can work things out as a problem occurs, then the delays are eliminated and the business runs far more efficiently.

Business process management software is achieving the ability to connect people across applications within the BPM software capability. As enterprises realize that automation of process is key to market growth BPM is creating new market opportunities. Innovation depends on process automation. BPM software is critical to enabling solutions. Software is a strategic business asset used in every industry at every level. Software is necessary to provide automated process.

IBM gained two points of market share in BPM platforms as WebSphere extended its functionality to encompass cloud and more of the process interactions that occur on an everyday basis in an enterprise. IBM is positioning to let people connect across the lines of business from within the business process applications. This ability to connect immediately is improving productivity. If the shipping department needs to talk to the order department, that can be done form within the business process management application.

Messaging and collaboration are key to making process more efficient. When people can work things out as a problem occurs, then the delays are eliminated and the business runs far more efficiently.
Consideration of Business Process Management (BPM) Market Forecasts indicates that markets at $2.6 billion will reach $7 billion by 2018. Growth comes as automation of process adapts more efficiently to collaboration between people and provides interactive process based on exception management.

WinterGreen Research is an independent research organization funded by the sale of market research studies all over the world and by the implementation of ROI models that are used to calculate the total cost of ownership of equipment, services, and software. The company has 35 distributors worldwide, including Global Information Info Shop, Market Research.com, Research and Markets, Bloomberg, and Thompson Financial.

Market Leaders

IBM
Microsoft
Fujitsu
Oracle
SAP
Kofax / Singulatiry
Software AG
PegaSystems
OpenText
Progress Software
Tibco
EMC

Market Participants


5. (BPM) Company Profiles
Active Endpoints
Adobe Systems
Agile Point
Appian
BizAgi
Cordys
HandySoft
Intalio
K2
Lexmark International
Newgen Software
Polymita
Wipro
Fiorano
Global 360
HandySoft
Hewlett Packard (HP)

Report Methodology


This is the 522th report in a series of primary market research reports that provide forecasts in communications, telecommunications, the Internet, computer, software, telephone equipment, health equipment, and energy. Automated process and significant growth potential are priorities in topic selection.

The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report. They have significant experience preparing industry studies. Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.

The primary research is conducted by talking to customers, distributors and companies. The survey data is not enough to make accurate assessment of market size, so WinterGreen Research looks at the value of shipments and the average price to achieve market assessments. Our track record in achieving accuracy is unsurpassed in the industry. We are known for being able to develop accurate market shares and projections. This is our specialty.

The analyst process is concentrated on getting good market numbers. This process involves looking at the markets from several different perspectives, including vendor shipments. The interview process is an essential aspect as well. We do have a lot of granular analysis of the different shipments by vendor in the study and addenda prepared after the study was published if that is appropriate.

Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments. Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participant in the segment. Installed base analysis and unit analysis is based on interviews and an information search. Market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, opinion leaders, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.

Over 200 in depth interviews are conducted for each report with a broad range of key participants and industry leaders in the market segment. We establish accurate market forecasts based on economic and market conditions as a base. Use input/output ratios, flow charts, and other economic methods to quantify data. Use in-house analysts who meet stringent quality standards.

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Findings and conclusions of this report are based on information gathered from industry sources, including manufacturers, distributors, partners, opinion leaders, and users. Interview data was combined with information gathered through an extensive review of internet and printed sources such as trade publications, trade associations, company literature, and online databases. The projections contained in this report are checked from top down and bottom up analysis to be sure there is congruence from that perspective.

The base year for analysis and projection is 2010. With 2010 and several years prior to that as a baseline, market projections were developed for 2011 through 2017. These projections are based on a combination of a consensus among the opinion leader contacts interviewed combined with understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from a historical and analytical perspective.

The analytical methodologies used to generate the market estimates are based on penetration analyses, similar market analyses, and delta calculations to supplement independent and dependent variable analysis. All analyses are displaying selected descriptions of products and services.

This research includes referencde to an ROI model that is part of a series that provides IT systems financial planners access to information that supports analysis of all the numbers that impact management of a product launch or large and complex data center. The methodology used in the models relates to having a sophisticated analytical technique for understanding the impact of workload on processor consumption and cost.

WinterGreen Research has looked at the metrics and independent research to develop assumptions that reflect the actual anticipated usage and cost of systems. Comparative analyses reflect the input of these values into models.

The variables and assumptions provided in the market research study and the ROI models are based on extensive experience in providing research to large enterprise organizations and data centers. The ROI models have lists of servers from different manufacturers, Systems z models from IBM, and labor costs by category around the world. This information has been developed from WinterGreen research proprietary data bases constructed as a result of preparing market research studies that address the software, energy, healthcare, telecommunications, and hardware businesses.





Table of Contents

Business Process Management (BPM) Executive Summary
The study is designed to give a comprehensive overview of the Business Process Management (BPM) equipment market segment. Research represents a selection from the mountains of data available of the most relevant and cogent market materials, with selections made by the most senior analysts. Commentary on every aspect of the market from independent analysts creates an independent perspective in the evaluation of the market. In this manner the study presents a comprehensive overview of what is going on in this market, assisting managers with designing market strategies likely to succeed.

Business Process Management (BPM) Executive Summary
Business Process Management Market Driving Forces
Innovation Drives Markets
Business Process Management Market Shares
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Forecasts






Business Process Management (BPM) Market Description and Market Dynamics

1. Business Process Management (BPM) Market
Definition and Market Dynamics
1.1 Speed And Complexity Of Business Operations
1.2 Growth of Bottom Line While Managing Response to Regulation
1.2.1 Respond Quickly To Regulatory Changes
1.2.2 Mitigate risk and manage compliance.
1.2.3 Promote The Right Offer, At The Right Time,
Though The Right Channel
1.3 Business Process Management Defines How An
Enterprise Operates
1.3.1 BPM Process Modeling
1.3.2 BPM Targeted Solution Frameworks, Embedding
Agile Project Management Features
1.3.3 Collaboration Key To BPM Program Success
1.3.4 BPM Acquisitions
1.4 Business Process Management Platforms
1.4.1 Comprehensive Risk Analysis
1.5 Business Process Management Functions
1.5.1 Execution of Business Processes
1.5.2 Integration Aspects of BPM
1.5.3 BPM Supports Overlapping Systems
1.5.4 SOA / B2Bi Systems
1.5.5 A Comprehensive BPM Platform
1.6 BPM Web Services
1.6.1 A Business Process Monitoring, Analysis and Control Platform
1.7 Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications
1.7.1 Web 2.0 Design Patterns
1.7.2 Data is t Next for Web 2.0
1.7.3 Network Effects
1.7.4 Collaboration
1.7.5 Social Networking Heuristics
1.7.6 Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing
1.8 Core Competencies of Web 2.0
1.9 Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications
1.10 Web 2.0 Impact On Business Environment
1.10.1 Web 2.0 Corporate and Marketing Communications
1.11 Blogging
1.11.1 Architecture of Participation
1.11.2 Permalink Functionality
1.12 Organization Central To BPM Strategy
1.12.1 Organizational Changes




Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares and Market Forecasts
This section selectively describes market shares, forecasts, segments, and regional revenue. Numbers are the result of primary research in all cases. Selected companies are described from an independent analyst perspective with a thumbnail sketch or analysis of their market numbers or commentary on their strengths and weaknesses. Some of the analysis is focused on looking at the topic segment by segment, including company descriptive analyses by segment and subsegment.

2. Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares
and Market Forecasts
2.1 Business Process Management Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Innovation Drives Markets
2.2 Business Process Management Market Shares
2.2.1 IBM BPM
2.2.2 IBM Blueworks Live
2.2.3 IBM Business Process Management (BPM)
2.2.4 Pegasystems
2.2.5 PegaSystems Recognized Industry Leader
2.2.6 Kofax / Singularity
2.2.7 Fujitsu Interstage Products & Solutions
2.2.8 K2 Map
2.2.9 Intalio
2.2.10 HandySoft
2.2.11 OpenText
2.2.12 OpenText Metastorm Business Process Management (BPM)
2.2.13 Open Text / Global 360
2.2.14 Oracle
2.2.15 Microsoft Biz Talk Server
2.2.16 Adobe
2.2.17 Tibco Dynamic BPM
2.2.18 EMC
2.2.19 SAP BPM
2.2.20 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS Integrated
Business Rules Management
2.2.21 Progress Software Savvion BusinessManager
2.2.22 PNMsoft
2.2.23 Newgen Software Automates Key Processes
2.2.24 Polymita
2.2.25 Fabasoft
2.2.26 Kofax / Singularity
2.3 Business Process Management (BPM) Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Business Process Management (BPM)
Market Industry Segments,
2.3.2 BPM Systems Provide A Complete View Of End-To-End
Business Processes
2.3.3 Automation of Business Process
2.3.4 Linked BPM and SOA
2.3.5 Business Process Management (BPM) Market Small,
Mid-Size, and Large Systems
2.3.6 BPM Financial Services
2.3.7 BPM Insurance
2.3.8 BPM Government
2.3.9 BPM Other Industries
2.3.10 BPM Industry Aspects
2.3.11 Lincoln Trust Achieves 120% ROI In A Year Using IBM BWL
2.3.12 IBM BPM Software WebSphere Delivers ROI
2.3.13 Quantities of Information to be Managed
2.4 Business Process Management (BPM) Regional Market Segments

Business Process Management (BPM) Product Description
This section describes selected companies and selected products. Products for this market segment are described with attention to the most significant aspect of features and functions in this category of product. The juxtaposition of a range of different product descriptions from a single market category provides a really good way to access market directions and achieve market competitive analysis. This section is useful because it compliments other views of innovation, providing a clear presentation of all the alternatives for positioning products in this market. Company products are described in the appropriate sections, meaning a company is mentioned several times in the chapter in different places.

3. Business Process Management (BPM)
Product Description
3.1 IBM Business Process Management (BPM)
3.1.1 IBM BlueWorks Live
3.1.2 IBM BlueWorks
3.1.3 Security of Process Information Priority For IBM
3.1.4 IBM Business Monitor
3.1.5 IBM Business Monitor
3.1.6 IBM Business Monitor Functions
3.1.7 Business Process Management (BPM) from IBM
3.1.8 IBM Business Monitor Agility
3.1.9 IBM BPM Software
3.1.10 IBM ILOG Visualization for Java
3.1.11 IBM ILOG JViews Enterprise
3.1.12 IBM ILOG
3.1.13 IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Management for z/OS
3.1.14 IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Management
3.1.15 IBM WODM Capabilities
3.1.16 IBM Social Media BPM
3.1.17 IBM BlueWorks Synchronizing the Supply
Chain through Adaptive Collaboration
3.1.18 IBM WebSphere Lombardi Software
3.1.19 IBM Blueprint Process Modeling
3.2 Adobe
3.2.1 Adobe LiveCycle ES3 Business Process Management
3.3 PegaSystems BPM
3.3.1 Pegasystems Pega Solutions Benchmarks
3.3.2 Pegasystems Pega BPM suite is a BPM platform
3.3.3 Pegasystems Build For Change Technology
3.3.4 Pegasystems Next-Generation Healthcare Product
Development and Management Solution
3.3.5 Pegasystems Health Care Solutions
3.3.6 Pegasystems Order Management for Communications
3.3.7 Pegasystems BPM for Government Agencies
3.3.8 Pega for Government™ and Pega Customer
Process Manager (Pega CPM) for Government™,
3.3.9 PegaRULES Process Commander
3.3.10 Pegasystems Solution Frameworks
3.3.11 Pega CRM
3.3.12 Pegasystems Pega Decision Management
3.3.13 Pegasystems Pega Cloud ®
3.4 Tibco
3.4.1 Tibco Hosted Services
3.4.2 TibcoBusiness Process Management
3.4.3 Tibco BPM in the Enterprise
3.4.4 Tibco ActiveMatrix BPM
3.5 SoftwareAG
3.5.1 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS
3.5.2 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS Unified Eclipse-
Based Design Tool
3.5.3 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS Enterprise-Class
Process Management
3.5.4 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS Business Process modeling
3.5.5 SoftwareAG webMethods BPMS Integrated Business
Rules Management
3.6 SAP BPM
3.7 OpenText / Metastorm / Global 360 Business Process
Management Group
3.7.1 OpenText / Metastorm, Global 360 and BPM
3.7.2 OpenText Business Process Management Strategy
3.8 Open Text / Global 360
3.8.1 OpenText / Microsoft Relationship
3.9 Progress Software BPM Solutions
3.9.1 Progress Software 360-Degree Situational Awareness
3.9.2 Progress Software Streaming Event Analysis and Response
3.9.3 Progress Software Continuous Process Optimization
3.9.4 Progress Software Savvion Supports Collaboration
3.9.5 Progress RPM Rapid Time to Value
3.9.6 Progress Software Savvion Business Expert Portal
3.10 Oracle BPM Adoption Patterns & Practices in Industry
3.10.1 Oracle Business Process Management Suite
3.10.2 Oracle Process Accelerators
3.10.3 Oracle Business Process Management (BPM)
3.11 Appian BPM Suite
3.11.1 Appian Process Modeler
3.11.2 Appian BPMN Process Modeling:
3.11.3 Appian Process Modeler Repository:
3.12 Appian Process Modeler Smart Services:
3.13 Appian Process Execution:
3.14 Appian Process Optimization:
3.14.1 Appian Deploys BPM in the Cloud
3.14.2 Appian BPM In The Cloud
3.14.3 Appian Cloud BPM
3.14.4 Appian Security In Cloud Computing
3.14.5 Appian Security and Reliability
3.14.6 Appian Cloud BPM
3.14.7 Appian BPM Software Brings Work and Social Together
3.15 EMC
3.15.1 EMC Delivers Enterprise Capabilities
3.16 Fujitsu
3.16.1 Automated Process Discovery (APD) from Fujitsu
3.17 Fujitsu
Fujitsu Interstage Products & Solutions
Fujitsu Interstage Application Development Cycle Manager
3.18 Intalio BPMS
3.19 Polymita Business Process Management (BPM)
3.20 K2
3.21 Newgen Software Technologies
3.21.1 Newgen Software Technologies BPMS (BPM Tools)
3.21.2 Newgen Software BPM Suite
3.22 Agile Point
3.23 HandySoft
3.24 Bonita Open Solution
3.25 Lexmark / Perceptive Software / Palias Athans
3.26 Active Endpoints
3.27 BizAgi
3.27.1 BizAgi Banking
3.27.2 BizAgi Insurance
3.27.3 BizAgi Administrative & HR
3.27.4 BizAgi IT Operations
3.27.5 BizAgi Compliance
3.27.6 BizAgi Quality
3.27.7 BizAgi Customer Service
3.28 Cordys Business Process Management Suite
3.28.1 Cordys Faster Process Optimization With
Business Process Management
3.28.2 Cordys Business Process Management Suite in the cloud
3.28.3 Cordys BPMS: Business and IT Collaboration
3.28.4 Cordys Middle-Out design paradigm

Business Process Management (BPM) Technology

4. Business Process Management (BPM) Technology
4.1 BPM platforms
4.2 Industry Frameworks Used to Implement BPM Process
4.3 Business Process Management Technology Issues
4.3.1 Application Integration Professional Services
Implementation Strategies
4.3.2 Application Connectivity
4.3.3 Single Vendor Issues
4.3.4 Standards Adoption
4.4 BPM Technology Analysis
4.5 BPM Business Benefits
4.6 Technology Platforms
4.6.1 Automated Virtualization Of Existing Enterprise Assets
4.6.2 Complexity Of The Underlying IT Technologies
4.6.3 Impact of Platforms
4.6.4 Platforms and Disparate Technologies
4.7 Events
4.7.1 Event Transmission
4.7.2 Business Process Automation
4.8 SOA Foundation Reference Architecture
4.8.1 IBM WebSphere Business Integration Business Rule Beans
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Extensions
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Quality of Service
4.9 Oracle SOA Suite
4.9.1 Oracle SOA Benefits
4.9.2 Process-Oriented Architecture
4.9.3 Business Process Automation
4.9.4 Business Process Management Modular Architecture
4.9.5 Business Components

Business Process Management (BPM) Company Profiles
This section selectively describes company strategies, partners, acquisitions, and revenue by segment and regional revenue when available. Companies are described by looking at what is most interesting about that company. The descriptions collectively give a sense of market directions within the industry segment. The alphabetical listing of company thumbnail sketches provides an accessible way to find out what is going on in any particular company.

5 Business Process Management (BPM) Company Profiles
5.1 Active Endpoints
5.2 Adobe
5.2.1 Adobe Market Presence
5.2.2 Adobe Revenue 2012
5.2.3 Adobe Systems
5.2.4 Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations
5.2.5 Adobe Revenue
5.2.6 Adobe Systems Revenue:
5.2.7 Adobe Systems Software Tools
5.2.8 Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary
5.2.9 Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity
5.2.10 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products
5.2.11 Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity
5.2.12 Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary
5.2.13 Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy
5.2.14 Adobe Systems Process Management
5.2.15 Adobe Systems Content Services
5.2.16 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise
Related Products
5.3 Agile Point
5.4 Appian
5.4.1 Appian Technology
5.4.2 Appian Customers
5.5 BizAgi
5.6 Cordys
5.7 EMC
5.7.1 EMC Cloud Computing
5.7.2 EMC Big data Transforms Business
5.7.3 EMC Big Data Strategic Differentiators
5.7.4 EMC Developer Of Information Infrastructure Technology
5.7.5 EMC Velocity² Atmos Partner Program
5.7.6 EMC / VMware
5.7.7 EMC Virtual Storage
5.7.8 EMC Supports Information Technology (IT)
5.1.1 RSA Information Security
5.1.2 Information Storage Segment
5.1.3 EMC Symmetrix Systems
5.1.4 EMC CLARiiON Systems
5.1.5 EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems
5.1.6 EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage Systems
5.1.7 EMC Connectrix Directors and Switches
5.1.8 EMC Consumer and Small Business Products Division
5.1.9 EMC /Decho Corporation
5.1.10 EMC Content Management and Archiving Segment
5.1.11 EMC RSA Information Security Segment
5.1.12 EMC Global Services
5.1.13 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure Segment
5.1.14 EMC (NYSE: EMC)
5.1.15 EMC (NYSE: EMC) / VMware (VMW)
5.1.16 EMC Information Infrastructure Products and Offerings
5.1.17 EMC Information Storage Segment
5.1.18 EMC Acquisitions
5.1.19 EMC Big Data
5.1.20 EMC Global Services
5.1.21 EMC Technology Alliances
5.1.22 Cisco and EMC
5.8 Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform Service Powered by Microsoft
Windows Azure
5.8.1 Fujitsu FGCP/A5 Cloud Service Provides
Reliability, Control, And Compliance
5.8.2 Fujitsu FGCP/A5 Cloud Service Sales Target
5.8.3 Fujitsu Cloud Opportunities
5.8.4 Fujitsu Cloud Challenges
5.8.5 Fujitsu IT-Based Business Solutions
5.8.6 Fujitsu OSS/NOS
5.8.7 Fujitsu SOA
5.8.8 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
5.9 HandySoft
5.10 IBM
5.10.1 IBM Lombardi
5.10.2 IBM Revenue Q2 2012
5.10.3 IBM Business Model
5.10.4 IBM Revenue Second-Quarter 2012
5.10.5 IBM Geographic Regions Q2 2012
5.10.6 IBM Growth Markets Q2 2012
5.10.7 IBM Services Q2 2012
5.10.8 IBM Software Q2 2012
5.10.9 IBM Hardware Q2 2012
5.10.10 IBM Financing Q2 2012
5.11 Intalio
5.12 K2
5.12.1 K2 Map
5.12.2 K2 Underground
5.12.3 K2 Partners
5.13 Kofax / Singularity
5.13.1 Kofax Revenue
5.14 Lexmark International
5.14.1 Lexmark / Pallas Athena
5.15 Microsoft
5.15.1 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.15.2 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.15.3 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The
Data Center And Information Technology
5.15.4 Microsoft Entertainment
5.15.5 Microsoft Search
5.15.6 Microsoft Communications And Productivity
5.15.7 Microsoft Sales
5.15.8 Microsoft / Skype
5.15.9 Skype Viral Marketing
5.15.10 Skype Strategic Relationships and Partners
5.15.11 Skype Peer-To-Peer Software Architecture
5.15.12 Skype Revenue
5.15.13 Skype Users And Financial Performance
5.15.14 Microsoft
5.15.15 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.15.16 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The
Data Center And Information Technology
5.16 Newgen Software Technologies
5.16.1 Newgen Software Receives Investment from SAP Ventures
5.17 OpenText
5.17.1 OpenText Strategy
5.17.2 OpenText's MBPM
5.17.3 OpenText MBPM
5.17.4 OpenText MBPM 9 Business Process Management (BPM)
Solution Achieves Top Government Security Certification
5.17.5 OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS
5.17.6 OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS
5.17.7 OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS
5.17.8 OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS
5.17.9 OpenText Cloud
5.17.10 OpenText Products for SAP®
5.17.11 OpenText Products for Microsoft®
5.17.12 Open Text / Global 360
5.17.13 OpenText Microsoft Relationship
5.17.14 OpenText Products for Oracle®
5.17.15 OpenText Products
5.17.16 OpenText Building a Business Case for BPM - A Fast
Path to Results
5.17.17 OpenText Distribution Model
5.17.18 OpenText FY2012 Financial Results
5.17.19 OpenText Customer Base
5.18 Oracle
5.18.1 Oracle Revenues:
5.18.2 Oracle Acquisitions / Sun, BEA, AmberPoint
5.18.3 Oracle Fiscal 2011 Acquisitions Including Art Technology
Group, Inc. (ATG),
5.18.4 Oracle Fiscal 2010 Acquisitions
5.18.5 Oracle Software Business
5.18.6 Oracle SOA
5.18.7 Oracle / Amberpoint
5.18.8 Oracle SOA Suite
5.18.9 Oracle JDeveloper –
5.18.10 Oracle / Stellent
5.19 Pegasystems
5.19.1 Pegasystems Process Commander Software
5.19.2 PegaSystems Target Markets
5.19.3 Pegasystems Partners
5.19.4 Pegasystems Regions
5.19.5 PegaSystems Revenue
5.19.6 PegaSystems Revenue
5.19.7 Pegasystems Health Insurer Market Participation
5.19.8 Pegasystems Supports BPM Order Management for
Service Providers
5.19.9 Pegasystems Build for Change® Technology
5.19.10 Pegasystems Wipro as Platinum Partner for Providing
BPM Solutions to Global Customers
5.19.11 Pegasystems Q1 12 Revenue
5.19.12 Pegasystems Six Year Revenue
5.20 Polymita
5.20.1 Polymita Helps Companies In Which People Play Crucial Roles
5.21 Progress Software
5.21.1 Progress Software and FastFill Partner to Deliver
First Low-latency Hosted FX Aggregation and Algo Trading Solution
5.21.2 Progress Software
Progress Software Revenue by Segment
5.21.3 Progress Software Delivering Operational Responsiveness
5.22 Software AG
5.22.1 Software AG Reports Stable Revenue For Fiscal Year 2011
5.22.2 Software AG Business Line Development
5.22.3 Software AG Helps Build "Hospital Of The Future" For Nemours
5.23 Tibco
5.23.1 Tibco Challenge: Big Data & Meeting the
Demands of Digital Consumers
5.23.2 Harness the Power of TIBCO's Event-Enabled
Enterprise Platform
5.23.3 Tibco Software Middleware And Infrastructure Software
5.23.4 Tibco Software Products
5.23.5 Tibco SOA and Core Infrastructure
5.23.6 Tibco Business Optimization
5.23.7 Tibco Process Automation And Collaboration
5.23.8 Tibco BPM Business Process Management, Software
5.23.9 Tibco Services
Tibco Revenue
5.23.10 TIBCO Platform
5.23.11 Tibco AcquireS LogLogic
5.23.12 Tibco / LogLogic Customer Base
5.23.13 Tibco / LogLogic
5.23.14 Tibco Infrastructure Software
5.23.15 Siemens Smart Grid Division and Tibco Software
5.23.16 Tibco Positioning
5.24 Wipro Limited
5.25 Selected Business Process Companies

List of Tables and Figures

Business Process Management (BPM) Executive Summary

Table ES-1
Business Process Management Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-2
Comparative Value of Innovation
Figure ES-3
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares, Dollars, 2011
Figure ES-4
Business Process Management (BPM) Markets Forecasts Dollars,
Worldwide, 201ES-2018


Business Process Management (BPM) Market Description and Market Dynamics

Table 1-1
Business Process Management Functions
Defines How An Enterprise Operates
Table 1-2
BPM Platform Automation Of Process Functions
Table 1-3
Basic Workflow Products Overlap With BPM systems
Table 1-4
SOA / B2Bi Systems Functions
Table 1-5
Business Process Manager Functions
Table 1-6
Harnessing Collective Intelligence
Table 1-7
Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications Providers
Table 1-8
Web 2.0 Web Space Characteristics
Table 1-9
Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications
Table 1-10
Web 2.0 Next Generation Functions


Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares and Market Forecasts

Table 2-1
Business Process Management Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-2
Comparative Value of Innovation
Figure 2-3
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares, Dollars, 2011
Figure 2-4
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Shares, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-5
Selected List of Business Process Management (BPM) Companies
Figure 2-6
IBM illustrates Business Process Management Standardized,
Efficient And Consistent Process Management
Table 2-7
IBM BPM Product Components
Table 2-8
IBM Smarter Planet Initiative Industry Solutions
Figure 2-9
IBM Smarter Industry Solutions

Table 2-10
Fujitsu Cloud-Based Software Related to BPM.
Table 2-11
Tibco BPM Components
Figure 2-12
Business Process Management (BPM) Markets Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-13
Business Process Management (BPM) Markets Dollars,
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-14
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Industry
Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-15
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Industry
Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-16
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Systems Functions
Table 2-17
BPM Adoption Benefits
Figure 2-18
IBM Business Process Manager Functions
Table 2-19
BPM Market Forces
Table 2-20
BPM Market Challenges
Table 2-21
SOA / BPM Functions
Table 2-22
SOA / BPM Features
Table 2-23
BPM And SOA Process
Table 2-24
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Small, Mid-Size, and
Large Systems, Installed Base,
Units, and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-25
Business Process Management (BPM) Large Size Systems
Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-26
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Large Systems,
Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-27
Business Process Management (BPM) Mid-Size Systems
Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-28
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Mid Size Systems,
Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-29
Business Process Management (BPM) Small Systems
Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-30
Business Process Management (BPM) Market Small Systems,
Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-31
BPM Industry Aspects
Figure 2-32
Number of Instrumented Connections Needing Software
Figure 2-33
Business Process Management (BPM) Regional Market Segments,
Dollars, 2011
Table 2-34
Business Process Management Regional Market Segments, 2011


Business Process Management (BPM) Product Description

Figure 3-1
IBM BPM Seeks to Personalize Client Interactions
Table 3-2
IBM BPM Positioning
Table 3-3
IBM BPM Software Products
Figure 3-4
IBM Business Process Management
Table 3-5
IBM BlueWorks Live Functions
Table 3-6
IBM SmartCloud BPM
Figure 3-7
IBM Business Process Manager
Table 3-8
IBM BPM Business Rules Management System Functions
Table 3-9
IBM WebSphere BPM Business Rules Management System Benefits

Table 3-10
IBM WebSphere BPM Business Rules Management System
Organizational Benefits
Table 3-11
IBM WebSphere BPM Business Rules Management System Product
Details
Table 3-12
IBM Business Monitor Cross-Process, Cross-System Comprehensive
Business Activity Monitoring (Bam) Software Functions
Table 3-13
IBM Business Monitor Functions
Table 3-14
IBM Business Monitor Agility
Figure 3-15
IBM Risk Management BPM Addresses Problems Redundant
Inconsistent And Inefficient Processes
Table 3-16
IBM Identifies Typical process problems cause
Figure 3-17
IBM illustrates Business Process Management Standardized,
Efficient And Consistent Process Management
Table 3-18
IBM ILOG Products
Table 3-19
IBM ILOG Solutions
Figure 3-20
IBM BPM Ilog Chart Designer
Table 3-21
IBM BPM Ilog Operational Decision Support
Table 3-22
IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Management for z/OS Functions
Figure 3-23
IBM BPM Developer for ILog
Table 3-24
IBM Business Rules Management System Functions
Table 3-25
IBM Operational Decision Management to Process Improvement
Initiatives Value Proposition
Figure 3-26
IBM Operational Decision Management ILog Rules Value Proposition
Figure 3-27
IBM WebSphere ILog BRMS Enables Reuse Across the Enterprise
Figure 3-28
IBM BPM Decision Support Tools
Table 3-29
IBM BPM Synchronization of Process
Taable 3-30
Adobe LiveCycle ES3 Key Capabilities
Figure 3-31
Adobe Workflow diagram
Table 3-32
PegaSystems Pega Solutions Key Benefits
Table 3-33
Pegasystems Pega BPM Platform Uses
Table 3-34
Pegasystems Next-Generation Healthcare Solution Benefits
Table 3-35
Pegasystems Government Solutions
Figure 3-36
Tibco BPM Business Studio
Table 3-37
Tibco BPM Product Categories
Table 3-38
Tibco ActiveMatrix BPM Functions
Table 3-39
Tibco ActiveMatrix BPM Functions
Table 3-40
Tibco ActiveMatrix BPM Key Features
Table 3-41
Progress RPM: Smart BPM Tools for Fast Process Creation
Table 3-42
Progress RPM r Intelligent BPM Solution Benefits
Table 3-43
Oracle BPM Benefits
Figure 3-44
Appian BPM Suite Business Process Components
Table 3-45
Appian Modeler Process Improvement Features
Figure 3-46
Appian BPMN Process Models
Figure 3-47
Appian Process Modeler Repository:
Figure 3-48
Appian Process Modeler Smart Services
Figure 3-49
Appian Process Execution:
Table 3-50
Appian BPM in the Cloud Deployment Benefits
Table 3-45
Appian Cloud Computing Security Functions
Table 3-45
Appian Cloud Computing Security Features
Table 3-46
EMC Case Management BPM Functions
Table 5-47
Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 3-48
Fujitsu Cloud-Based Software Related to BPM.
Figure 3-49
Polymita Business Process Management (BPM) Lifecycle Management



Table 3-50
Polymita BPM Key benefits:
Table 3-51
Newgen Software Technologies BPMS (BPM Tools)
Table 3-52
AgilePoint BMP Suite Components
Table 3-53
AgilePoint BPM Lines of Business Connected
Table 3-54
Bonita Open Solution Modeling Functions
Table 3-55
ActiveVOS Features and Benefits
Table 3-56
BizAgi BPM Banking Solutions
Table 3-57
BizAgi BPM Insurance Solutions
Table 3-58
Bizagi Administrative & Human Resources Solutions
Table 3-59
BizAgi Available BPM Solutions for IT Operations:
Table 3-60
BizAgi available BPM Compliance Solutions:
Table 3-61
BizAgi BPM Solutions for Quality:
Table 3-62
BizAgi BPM Customer Service Solutions are:
Table 3-63
Cordys BPM Functions Automated





Business Process Management (BPM) Technology

Figure 4-1
IBM Software Uses System z for Smarter Industry Solutions
Figure 4-2
IBM Frameworks Are Implemented with Middleware
Table 4-6
IBM SOA Business Innovation & Optimization Services
Table 4-7
IBM SOA Services Atomic And Composite Architecture
Table 4-8
SOA Foundation Reference Architecture
Table 4-9
IBM SOA Business Rule Support
Table 4-10
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Extensions
Table 4-10 (Continued)
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Extensions
Table 4-11
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Functions
Table 4-11 (Continued)
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Functions
Table 4-11 (Continued)
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Programming Model Functions
Table 4-12
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Quality of Service Functions
Table 4-12 (Continued)
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Quality of Service Functions
Table 4-13
Oracle SOA Benefits
Table 4-14
Business Components Chained Together To Comprise A Business Service
Table 4-15
Integration Services

Business Process Management (BPM) Company Profiles

Figure 5-1
Active Endpoints Workflow for BPM
Figure 5-2
Appian Customers
Table 5-3
EMC Storage Systems Environment Types
Table 5-4
Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 5-5
Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-6
Handisoft BPM Application Packages
Table 5-8
OpenText Positioning
Table 5-9
OpenText Strategy
Figure 5-10
OpenText Growth Strategy
Table 5-11
OpenText BPM Strategy
Table 5-12
OpenText's Business Process Management Products Functions:
Table 5-13
OpenText MBPM Business Functions:
Table 5-14
OpenText BPM Integration Features
Table 5-15
Opentext BPM Features
Table 5-16
OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS Benefits
Table 5-17
OpenText BPM Server Integration for eDOCS Integration Features
Table 5-18
OpenText BPM Features
Table 5-19
OpenText - Product Category -
Table 5-20
OpenText Product Family
Table 5-21
Opentext Ecosystem
Table 5-22
OpenText Embraces Established Brands
Table 5-23
Business Process Management Functions
Figure 5-24
OpenText Distribution Model
Figure 5-25
OpenText Seven Year Revenue Growth
Figure 5-26
Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Highlights
Figure 5-27
OpenText.Fiscal Year 2012 Revenue by Industry and Geography
Figure 5-28
OpenText Market Opportunity and Growth
Figure 5-29
OpenText Cloud Services
Figure 5-30
OpenText Enterprise Information Management in the Cloud
Figure 5-31
OpenText Enterprise Secure File Sharing in the Cloud
Figure 5-32
OpenText Customer Base
Table 5-33
Oracle SOA Positioning
Table 5-34
Oracle's Open, Integrated SOA Stack
Table 5-35
Oracle: Amberpoint SOA Advantages
Table 5-36
Oracle SOA Suite Features
Table 5-37
Oracle SOA Product Suite:
Table 5-38
Oracle / Stellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) S
oftware Solutions
Table 5-39
Pegasystems Partner Functions
Table 5-40
Pegasystems Partners
Figure 5-41
Progress Software Product Set
Figure 5-42
Progress Software Revenue by Segment

Figure 5-43
Progress Software Delivering Operational Responsiveness
Table 5-44
Software AG Capabilities
Figure 5-45
Tibco Software Middleware And Infrastructure Software
Table 5-46
TIBCO Software Platform Major Groups



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