TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM Valuable Features
Integration Lead at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
The workflow feature works very well. We also get very good notifications. At each and every stage, at least there are notifications on where the installation process is.
The integrations are very good. The BPM is still using the ESB to integrate other systems.
The scheduling and the calendar are very useful. For example, you can say to the system, for example, that today is Sunday so don't count SLAs and all that.
In the onboarding, they integrate into our internal active directory.
We don't have any problems with the BPM. It works.
Technical Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is the best product because of its stability. ActiveMatrix 5.x is highly stable in production, and the downtime is very low. I have worked on a lot of service projects, and the engine is very stable, robust, and scalable. The development and change requests can be pushed quickly, and the mapper activity and SSLT kind of features are also good. It is easy to do changes, testing, and deployment.
Its deployment is very easy, and we can automate a lot of scripts for our on-premises solution. I work for an investment bank, and we have automated a lot of processes for our customers. Previously, we used to develop scripts and tools. With version 6.x, everything is moved to Maven and other things. Environment handling is done mostly through DevOps tools. As compared to Mulesoft, the deployment and configuration are very easy in TIBCO.
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