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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR BPM PROCESSES
BPM processes involve many different stakeholders—managing them is key to your success! With ARIS Process Governance, you’ll have end-to-end control of BPM processes. Establish enterprise-wide policies for BPM and automate governance processes using a model-driven approach.

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Automate the administration of your tasks to ensure quality, consistency and control
Keep track of your internal BPM processes, including change management, document control flow, change requests as well as new requirements
Gain extra flexibility with replacement cover and escalation mechanisms

Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite combines business process management (BPM), business rules management (BRM), business resource planning, and complex event processing (CEP) technologies into a single, integrated, open source platform. JBoss BPM Suite lets project stakeholders collaborate to build business automation solutions with a choice of modeling tools. This includes a web-based authoring environment for business experts and an Eclipse plug-in for developers. A rich set of tools for process and decision management covers the full process life cycle - from modeling, simulation, and testing to deployment, monitoring, and optimization. Process and decision logic can be modeled and automated together, without the need to learn multiple tools or develop custom integrations between disparate environments.
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ARIS Process Governance is ranked 30th in Business Process Management (BPM) with 2 reviews while Red Hat Polymita Business Suite is ranked 40th in Business Process Management (BPM). ARIS Process Governance is rated 8.0, while Red Hat Polymita Business Suite is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of ARIS Process Governance writes "Very easy to use and great for modeling business processes ". On the other hand, ARIS Process Governance is most compared with , whereas Red Hat Polymita Business Suite is most compared with Camunda Platform and OpenText MBPM.

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