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Bosch Software Innovations Presents New Portfolio at the Gartner BPM Summit

  • Best Practices demonstrate benefits to customers
  • Bosch positions itself as an innovative partner in the software market
  • Combined offering for Business Process and Rules Management
  • Wide range of products for the Internet of things and services

London/Immenstaad/Berlin, 02/14/2012 -

At the Gartner BPM Summit in London, Bosch Software Innovations and the recently acquired inubit AG in Berlin, present their joint products for Business Process Management (BPM), Business Rules Management (BRM), Business Data Management and Infrastructure Management. The integration of these technologies provides the basis for intelligent Business Operations (IBO), for applications in the Internet of things and services, as well as for the implementation of business models which build on it. The Gartner BPM Summit will be held in London on March 14th and 15th. "With our participation at the Gartner BPM Summit, we want to position ourselves in the international arena as an innovative and fair partner in the software market," said Dr. Heinz Derenbach, president of the Executive Board of Bosch Software Innovations GmbH.

Under the motto "Enabling Business Success in a Connected World", the two companies are presenting their intelligent BPM Suite based on the inubit Suite for Business Process Management and Visual Rules for the rule-based control of business processes. Based on customer projects from the fields of banking, insurance and security systems, among others, visitors to the summit will learn how companies can improve their operative performance, achieve strategic goals through the use of innovative solutions and integrate systems into their processes.

Examples and experiences with BPM projects

In addition to economic aspects, practical experiences in implementing BPM projects will be discussed. Verifiable process improvements with a corresponding increase of efficiency is offered, for example, by the process automation project of the HanseMerkur Insurance Group, which was honored this past December by the Workflow Management Coalition and with the Europe Gold Award.