Top 8 Process Automation Tools
Control-MCamunda PlatformPega BPMAppianIBM BPMBizagiActiveBatch Workload AutomationvCenter Orchestrator
As soon as you have an issue, a ticket is created and the tech support is quite responsive.
The File Transfer component is quite valuable. The integration with products such as Informatica and SAP are very valuable to us as well. Rather than having to build our own interface into those products, we can use the ones that come out of the box. The integration with databases is valuable as well. We use database jobs quite a bit.
The most valuable features are the workflow, the task list, and the modeler where we use VPN.
Provides an easy way to integrate with the architectural environment.
It is a stable product.
Application development is very rapid. A lot of code gets reused while building the applications, which is something we highly appreciate.
The initial setup is easy.
It's a stable product.
IBM BPM is a stable solution.
The most valuable features are the integration capabilities - BPM can connect with almost any legacy or advanced system.
I like the integration part, and I also like how they use the database, such as the data when they implement all the data side, and how you can easily integrate it with their widgets.
One of the most valuable features of this solution is the versatility of the prebuilt jobs.
ActiveBatch can automate predictable, repeatable processes very well. There is no real trick to what ActiveBatch does. ActiveBatch does exactly what you would expect a scheduling piece of software to do. It does it in a timely manner and does it with very little outside interference and fanfare. It runs when it is supposed to, and I don't have to jump through a bunch of hoops to double check it.
If I need to do DR, VMware can enable me to use vMotion, which requires use of vCenter. You cannot do vMotion without vCenter. We do a lot of automation, orchestration, and simplification for that purpose.