The Brazos UI toolkit allows you to customize your IBM BPM experience. Use the toolkit to create the interface that works best for your users, while leveraging their devices’ built in common user interface elements such as selection lists, date pickers, radio buttons, calendars – and most importantly, touch. Brazos UI is also mobile ready, so your users can access their IBM BPM processes on browsers and devices of all kinds and sizes.
The Brazos UI toolkit allows you to take ownership of the IBM BPM end user experience. The ability to build an IBM BPM UI to your users’ preferences can help sell your processes to your customers or your business, increasing adoption and acceptance of important process improvements. Brazos UI looks fantastic on a desktop or laptop browser, and it looks equally good on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device. That translates into happy users.
At BP3, we use Brazos UI on all of our IBM BPM projects so you can be confident that we will continue investing in constant updates and innovation.
Brazos UI comes in two versions: Brazos Developer Edition and Brazos Enterprise. Brazos Developer Edition is a fully featured version of Brazos UI for development use. Try it out. Learn why Brazos UI is the number one user interface used in BPM.
Brazos Enterprise is designed for the BPM professional who wants the most customization and control over their user experience and is ready to deploy their application. Brazos Enterprise is fully supported. Need help? Call us anytime and get direct access to the development team behind Brazos.
The Brazos UI toolkit is highly intuitive. To help with any questions that may arise, the toolkit ships with a Brazos Examples process app, user guide and interactive Brazos CSS Generator built with Brazos coach views.
You can find more example videos on our Resources page.
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