BPM is not Dead – Signavio Version

  • July 28, 2014
  • Scott

Signavio, a cloud BPM provider focused primarily on modeling just reported 72% growth recently, proving once again that BPM not only isn’t dead, it is still birthing exciting new growth opportunities.  The results are, I believe, comparing the first six months of 2014 with the first six months of 2013:

Berlin/Sunnyvale. Signavio announces outstanding operating results just in time for its 5th birthday. With a 72% increase in revenue in the first half of the year, Signavio looks forward to an even more successful remainder of 2014.

Signavio’s laser focus on cloud-based modeling has paid off.  Five years in they’re having a fantastic year.  5 years ago, Lombardi was about to be purchased by IBM, and lots of prognosticators felt like the sales of Chordiant, Lombardi, and Savvion marked the beginning of the end for BPM… but from where we’re sitting, it looks like just the end of the beginning.



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