Brazos 2.0 is Nearly Upon Us

  • July 31, 2013
  • Scott
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We’re nearly ready to release Brazos 2.0 to the world.  It includes some great new capabilities based on feedback from our customers, partners, and our own implementations teams:

  • Rich iconic design scheme expanded
  • Responsive layout, easier to configure
  • Natural mobile and touch experience
  • Tabular and nested tabular data – including drag-and-drop editing in Process Designer
  • Drag-and-drop document upload
  • Dynamic computation (sums, percentages, discounts)
  • Complex data manipulation capabilities
  • Leverages IBM BPM native error handling capabilities
  • Many fixes and improvements

This is, by all accounts, the release we wish we could have produced in version 1.  And it wouldn’t be a Brazos release if we didn’t have a video demonstration to illustrate how great it is:

Brazos 2.0 Demo – Wind Study from bp3 on Vimeo.

Brazos 2.0 will be available for download on August 1st, in the usual spot.  Brazos 2.0 is officially a beta.  Our testing indicates it is higher quality than our 1.0 release by every metric, but we have also expanded our support matrix considerably.  As a result, we’re labeling it beta for now.  If you’ve already registered for Brazos, simply re-request a download.  If you haven’t registered yet, now is the time to do it!

(Don’t forget we have official support options available, which will cover your use of beta versions of Brazos as well)

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