OpenText MBPM

OpenText MBPM
Formerly Metastorm BPM

Score 7.2 out of 10
OpenText MBPM

Overview

What is OpenText MBPM?

OpenText acquired BPM solution Metastorm in 2011, and has rebranded the product as OpenText MBPM. It is an alternative BPM solution to OpenText's primary BPM offering called OpenText Cordys Business Process Management.
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What is OpenText MBPM?

OpenText acquired BPM solution Metastorm in 2011, and has rebranded the product as OpenText MBPM. It is an alternative BPM solution to OpenText's primary BPM offering called OpenText Cordys Business Process Management.

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  • No setup fee

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  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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Product Demos

OpenText - Information Flow Demo - Create to Consume (CEM)
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Product Details

What is OpenText MBPM?

OpenText acquired BPM solution Metastorm in 2011, and has rebranded the product as OpenText MBPM. It is an alternative BPM solution to OpenText's primary BPM offering called OpenText Cordys Business Process Management.

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Frequently Asked Questions

OpenText acquired BPM solution Metastorm in 2011, and has rebranded the product as OpenText MBPM. It is an alternative BPM solution to OpenText's primary BPM offering called OpenText Cordys Business Process Management.

IBM Business Automation Workflow are common alternatives for OpenText MBPM.

Reviewers rate Process designer highest, with a score of 8.1.

The most common users of OpenText MBPM are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).
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Reviews

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Harish Rajput | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
OpenText MBPM was used for mapping business processes. It was used to identify and quantify the impact of business process change alternatives and connected business capabilities with IT systems.
  • Diagnoses and highlights errors and inconsistencies for correction based on BPMN standards.
  • Support different views of the process from Swimlane perspective, system interactions, process to process dependency, process to attributes, process to rules.
  • Able to publish processes per custom defined templates or formats on the fly.
  • Changes to a common element are automatically made to every use of that element on all diagrams (insert, update, delete).
  • Be able to perform a Google type search as a user type name in text field.
  • Auto creation of next activities in model viewer to quickly generate happy path scenario.
  • Community Collaboration - Support of external process participants (ex: business partners) that have limited or no IT infrastructure, social process communities such as Salesforce.
OpenText MBPM is well suited for rapid application development where process workflows are well designed in a detailed environment. A servicing organization could benefit from being able to manage and design complex case management processes and applications. It is not suited for the automotive industry where complex custom engineering processes exist within product engineering (vehicle) and manufacturing plants.
Process Engine (8)
100%
10.0
Process designer
100%
10.0
Process simulation
100%
10.0
Business rules engine
100%
10.0
SOA support
100%
10.0
Process player
100%
10.0
Support for modeling languages
100%
10.0
Form builder
100%
10.0
Model execution
100%
10.0
Collaboration (1)
90%
9.0
Social collaboration tools
90%
9.0
Reporting & Analytics (3)
100%
10.0
Dashboards
100%
10.0
Standard reports
100%
10.0
Custom reports
100%
10.0
Content Management Capabilties (1)
100%
10.0
Content management
100%
10.0
  • Positive: Able to provide scalability from capabilities to processes and applications for each business domains that allowed decommission of legacy unused applications and to eliminate waste and overhead cost.
Metastorm was used to meet specific client needs. Ease of use and navigation was one big factor
15
Process design team
2

BPM Architect

Systems Engineer

  • Simplify parts procurement suppply chain
  • Perform vendor selection
  • Manage case management
  • Custom procurement application
  • Contract approval process with external business partners
  • Support case routing
  • Community collaboration and feedback loop
  • Integration with ERPs, crm
  • Web portal and search analysis
No
  • Price
  • Product Features
  • Product Usability
  • Product Reputation
  • Vendor Reputation
  • Analyst Reports
Client desired features, usability, technology stack etc.
None
  • Vendor implemented
Great customer service for an API support related query
No
I had a query related to custom API that I needed to integrate with Salesforce. I received exceptional service.
  • Process design
  • Reporting
  • Simulation
  • Simulation
  • Validation
  • Attribute search
Yes, but I don't use it
Although it is intuitive to use it does require training
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