Pegasystems Inc., a leading provider of smart, rules-driven business process management (BPM) software, announced the availability of its SmartBPM Suite, delivering PegaRULES Process Commander Version 4.2 and a set of components and functions that let organizations capitalize on the full potential of BPM - allowing them to model, simulate, execute, monitor and analyze the results of their critical business practices and processes.

The SmartBPM Suite's new functionality includes "round-tripping" and what-if simulation to add to powerful analytics and business activity monitoring capabilities. Its new case management option, together with portal, content management and enterprise integration, extends BPM by providing for advanced case and correspondence management solutions. Process Commander now includes at-a-glance views, simplified navigation for designers and developers, application accelerators, drag-and-drop design aids and push-button project documentation. These features assist in rapidly developing and deploying solutions that address immediate business needs and seed on-going continuous improvement.

Key among the suite's new components and functionality include case management, process analyzer, process simulator, enterprise integration, portal integration and content management integration.

With this release, Pegasystems has also reinforced its commitment to enterprise Java computing (J2EE) in a manner that helps IT departments address enterprise process integration, manage distributed operations, and work around ERP upgrades and replacements. The Pegasystem's "insanely open" architecture allows them to rapidly develop a smart BPM solution that leverages existing development staff without overwhelming high-demand Java development teams, and to deploy it across distributed and heterogeneous operating systems and servers.  Thanks to powerful versioning controls, they can also safely test new solutions before rolling them out.

The Pegasystems SmartBPM Suite runs on Windows, Linux, IBM AIX, IBM z/OS and Sun Solaris. Supported databases include Oracle, IBM dB2 Universal Server and Microsoft SQL Server. Supported application servers include IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic and Apache Tomcat. The suite can be licensed as a whole, or with selected components, and is available now.


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