2014: Year in Review

  • December 16, 2014
  • Scott
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I think it is no exaggeration to say that 2014 has been a banner year for BP3. This year we released Brazos Portal, and Brazos UI Enterprise.  We released Neches Analysis into Beta, a product we think will change BPM implementations for the better in 2015. Brazos UI Toolkit, by the way, is far and away the most popular UI toolkit for IBM BPM. We now have at least 825 developers using it, and well over 60 live production deployments.  For the first time, we invited customers to our BPMCAMP all-hands conference.

At home in Austin, we doubled both our headcount and our office space. And with the acquisition of the assets of Modexe, we now have headquarters in Austin and London, with offices in 11 states and four countries.

Our growth did not go unnoticed in Austin and in the BPM ecosystem. We were finalists for six awards this year, ultimately winning two of them, including recognition as one of the fastest growing private companies in Austin, and one of the best places to work in Austin.

And now – an infographic of the year that was!

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