"The best features of the system include good analytics for business processes including the calculation of time and cost."
"It's a very complete solution."
"The performance is fine."
"The solution offers great notifications."
"Setting it up is fairly easy. If somebody has knowledge of the system, he or she will be able to do it fairly quickly."
"It has an elaborated way to explore the IBM BPM processes."
"I liked its robustness the most. It was a very robust platform in my experience. It seemed like a very stable and powerful tool for handling lots of concurrent users and hammering at the system."
"The most valuable feature is the ability to customize your rules and put them inside the tool."
"The integration and design are valuable features."
"The installation was straightforward."
"There is a function to check if the model BPMN is being used correctly, but the report from the check is not always very clear."
"The solution is in English and we have added certain parts in Russian as this is easier for our students. It would be useful to have the system in Russian."
"We have had to use Mule as an alternative integration tool because it is more flexible than IBM BPM."
"The debugging needs improvement. There is some confusion surrounding the debugging."
"They don't have a mechanism to achieve processes, data sources, and data."
"The price and the overall installation process could be improved."
"Finding errors and bugs on the system is not easy. We can't seem to use the events or logs to find them, so it makes it difficult to debug the system. They really need to work on their debugging features to make is much, much easier. It would improve the solution considerably and should be something they add in a future release."
"I would like to see the solution be able to interact with other customer software solutions."
"This is technology, and there's always room for improvement. It would be better to have a single solution. Trying to have an overview in terms of this solution brings together the concepts of BPM processes, customer journeys, and an automation part for KPIs. All of this working together and coming up with a single solution with privacy is more commercial than anything else."
"There needs to be better documentation for IBM BPM in a central place. There is not any standard documentation for each component available and has been a barrier for developers."
ADONIS BPM suite is users' best-rated tool for process management, analysis and optimization, trusted by SMEs and large corporations worldwide. It helps you transform your business and create competitive advantage by streamlining processes, enhancing operational efficiency, boosting transparency and creating a customer-centric organization. You can start creating your digital twin with ADONIS already today, as the cloud-based ADONIS:Community Edition is available for free. For more information please visit www.boc-group.com/en/adonis/.
ADONIS is ranked 31st in Business Process Management (BPM) with 2 reviews while IBM BPM is ranked 5th in Business Process Management (BPM) with 28 reviews. ADONIS is rated 7.0, while IBM BPM is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of ADONIS writes "Allows you to deploy end-to-end processes and applications from the model". On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM BPM writes "A very stable and powerful tool for handling lots of concurrent users, but it is expensive, and the Eclipse-based tool has performance issues when you have a lot of developers". ADONIS is most compared with ARIS BPA, SAP Signavio Process Manager, Camunda Platform, Bizagi and BIC Platform , whereas IBM BPM is most compared with IBM Business Automation Workflow, Camunda Platform, Pega BPM, Apache Airflow and Appian. See our ADONIS vs. IBM BPM report.
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