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Oracle BPM is well suited to organizations and environments that have a good understanding of their business processes and organizational structures. Trying to introduce a tool such as Oracle BPM into the organization without a good grasp on how the business operates is a recipe for disaster as the implementation will uncover all of the dirty secrets of an organizations business processes and bring them to light. BPM is not to be utilized for smaller service orchestrations or technical service implementations, these should be handled by the Oracle SOA Suite using the BPEL process manager, leaving BPM to handle the organizational business processes, referring to and including lower level services and BPEL processes as needed.
if you have standard processes that are often executed, it's worth to use. If you are a small company it is generally not worth to implement because you will need somebody who permanently works with it and maintains the processes.
Oracle BPM [Suite] can support unlimited number of cases. No limitations in cases raised.Oracle Weblogic can handle multiple traffic. [It] can handle lots of heavy load[s].Oracle BPM has extensive integration with database[s]. Huge number[s] of customization can be created.Incentivized
Overview view is helpful to see a timeline of progress.Checklists are easy to manipulate and customize to exactly what you need to see.Incentivized
If you had the ability to drag tasks around in a nonlinear way, it could be a cool creative feature. An example is to have a subtask next to another that says N/A if the task wasn't executed because it wasn't applicable.Inbox tab can be overwhelming but that may just be the style in which I built my checklists.Incentivized
In many scenarios it should have provided more features. It took a lot of effort while debugging, making it difficult to maintain.
Not easy to debug errors.
Since my last login into the platform, the latest update made the app much easier to use and learn. It's incredibly clean, and everything is exactly where it should be location-wise. You can tell they listen to their user base for features.Incentivized
We evaluated Bonita and found that it might fit a smaller-sized company better; we found that Oracle BPM Suite scaled much more evenly. We almost went with one of the competitors, but in the end chose Oracle BPM Suite after we factored in the cost of VMware licensing. There are literally tons of analytics on the back end which are great for upper management, but not so much for average users, but this fits our business model quite well.Incentivized
I've tried other checklist tools like Google Keep, but it was too simple. I've tried Flowster, which is very similar to Process Street, but I like Process Street better. The interface is a lot more balanced and pleasant to look at. I found Flowster to be a less appealing interface even though the features were similar. I also briefly tried systemHUB but it is very expensive for what it offers compared to Process Street.Incentivized
You'll most certainly need a deep dive and extensive training before your users can even think of using the product and they are very expensive.Lack of documentation makes it very difficult to manage the application if any error is encountered which will result in you ending up hiring a dedicated person to look into the application once it's deployed.For a very large org., if properly implemented and used, it can help identify the cost-intensive and inefficient processes.Incentivized
Because of Process Street I am no longer losing money when having to redo thingsIt helps me eliminate those nasty "egg on the face" situations with clients because now nothing slips through the cracks. The team is able to be on top of it!Incentivized