We performed a comparison between ARIS BPA and Future Tech Systems Envision VIP based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Microsoft, Camunda, Software AG and others in Business Process Design.
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ARIS is the market-leading solution for professional business process management and modeling. Whether you want to document the "as-is" state of your operations for quality or certification reasons or design the "to-be" in terms of continuous improvement in your transformation program, ARIS is the best choice for establishing a single source of truth regarding all process excellence topics in your organization. It is for any organization looking to digitally transform their business, increase operational excellence and customer experience and ensure compliance in execution. ARIS helps you to make the most out of your processes with Process Mining, Risk & Compliance Management, RPA and much more.
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ARIS is the market-leading solution for any organization and ideally suited to digitally transform the organization, increase operational excellence and customer experience and ensure compliance in execution.
ARIS BPA is ranked 3rd in Business Process Design with 21 reviews while Future Tech Systems Envision VIP is ranked 34th in Enterprise Architecture Management. ARIS BPA is rated 8.4, while Future Tech Systems Envision VIP is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of ARIS BPA writes "Very user-friendly application; ARIS has an active user community; Content-sharing in the tool to be improved". On the other hand, ARIS BPA is most compared with SAP Signavio Process Manager, Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect, ADONIS, Camunda and Visio, whereas Future Tech Systems Envision VIP is most compared with Visio.
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