So #BPM is still dead, right? PNMSoft Sees 50% Growth

  • April 10, 2015
  • Scott
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PNMSoft reports Q12015 results:

NewswireToday – /newswire/ – Watford, United Kingdom, 2015/04/09 – Having reported eight consecutive quarters of growth, the Business Process Management (BPM) software provider increased its Q1 2015 revenue by more than 50% compared with Q1 2014 – PNMsoft.com.

Either Q1 2014 was an easy beat, or this was a good quarter. Considering they grew 40% annually in 2014, I’m assuming it was a good quarter.  PNMSoft is by no means the best known BPM vendor, but I think it is telling about the BPM market that small vendors still have a lot of room to run.  I guess for PNMSoft, BPM isn’t dead yet!

 

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