Progress Software Named a Leader in New IDC MarketScape Report for the Business Process Platforms Category

June 22, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Progress Software

Progress Software Corporation, a leading software provider that enables enterprises to be operationally responsive, today announced that International Data Corporation (IDC) has named the Progress(R) Responsive Process Management (RPM) suite a leader in its newly developed business process platform category. IDC presented its findings in a report released on June 22, 2011: “IDC MarketScape: Business Process Platforms” (document 228598). According to the report, “Progress earned the highest score for innovation on the strength of its vision for the Progress RPM suite.” The Progress RPM suite also received the top scores for product capabilities, technology platform and development environment.

The Progress RPM suite provides enterprises with a powerful software solution that gives them complete visibility and analytics across their business and the ability to sense and respond to any number of business events, positive and negative. The suite’s feature-rich user interface, the Progress Control Tower(TM), enables rich visualizations, interactive analytics and intuitive drill downs across live and historical data. These features deliver a wealth of relevant, key performance indicators (KPIs) and business information. In addition the solution allows companies to continuously improve their business processes without disrupting their existing IT infrastructure or “ripping and replacing.” This empowers enterprises to identify both opportunities and threats to achieve a higher level of business performance.

Maureen Fleming, Program Vice President, Business Process Management and Middleware, IDC, said: “Progress was the first to move around the broader vision of a control system spanning an end-to-end, heterogeneous process and, as an IDC MarketScape leader, we believe that the Progress RPM suite is suitable for a wide variety of process requirements. Its core BPM suite capabilities are suitable for use in process applications and, as enterprises evolve, to take on an end-to-end view of a process, the full suite supports cross-process monitoring, problem detection and orchestration across multiple heterogeneous applications.”

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