IBM's bpm/DEV blog covers BP3 and Neches Analysis

  • May 19, 2015
  • Scott

A big thank you to our friends at IBM and Jim Casey, the author of a blog post on the bpm/DEV site that IBM hosts.

BP3 has been in the Smarter Process game for a while. You may have used their Brazos toolkit for user experience and portal or had them help you rollout a solution powered by IBM BPM. Recently, they’ve released an innovative new solution that can dramatically improve the quality of your apps built with IBM BPM – it’s called Neches. Neches is a process analysis tool that will point to specific ways you can improve the quality of your application through a unique analysis and scoring technique. Neches is available on the Cloud Marketplace and runs on the IBM Cloud. Nothing to install and there is a free trial available.

They’ve included both our SXSW interview with IBM, and an excellent video on BP3’s Neches Analysis product, which is available on Cloud Marketplace, and leverages not only IBM BPM, but also SoftLayer and Cloud Marketplace to deliver a compelling, scalable, SaaS solution for static analysis of your BPM solutions.  There’s no other product on the market like it, and it was received with rave reviews at bpmNEXT – coming in second in the “best in show” voting.

BP3 hasn’t just been in the smarter process game for a while – we pre-date every other player in the market with moire than 1 employee.  We’re comprised of more Lombardi alumni than any other firm, across 3 continents. And if you love deploying BPM solutions, we’re the place you want to work.  And we’re the best IBM BPM partner in the business, and proud of it.



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