Following the successful acquisition of Staffware (now called the TIBCO BPM Group), TIBCO Software has unveiled a new business process management (BPM) road map for IT and business users. According to Peter Hermans, program manager, Enterprise Architecture, at KPN, ‘the unification of TIBCO and Staffware will makes it easier to integrate with the underlying systems and data that drive BPM solutions and provide access to domain-specific process expertise in modeling and managing business processes’. TIBCO noted that it will continue to support all existing customers while providing enterprise class BPM solutions.
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