A record number of people are using the Savvion Process Modeler to think through their process problems. Savvion, the industry's leading business process management (BPM) company, announced today that it has reached 55,000 downloads of the Savvion Process Modeler since it was made available for free at www.savvion.com/startnow.

The Savvion Process Modeler is the easiest way for everyone in the organization to quickly and easily articulate and improve process. The Process Modeler is part of Savvion BusinessManager 6.8, the first BPM suite (BPMS) in the industry to deliver true process lifecycle management - which encompasses the complete end-to-end delivery of business processes from modeling to deployment and management to process improvement. It takes only a few minutes to mock up a business process with the Savvion Process Modeler because it is designed for the businessperson.

Savvion makes it easy for users to create a visual representation of business processes using process-flow diagrams and then share them with others. Users can simulate reality by reviewing and testing process models and improvement ideas to catch problems and bottlenecks. Once an idea and process model is in place, organizations can make their process improvement actionable with Savvion's leading BPMS to drive business improvement, increase efficiency, quality and customer satisfaction, all while cutting costs and achieving a rapid ROI.

"Modeling a process can achieve a significant investment payoff," said Jim Sinur, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner. "A truly excellent BPMS models and simulates all interaction patterns between workers, systems and information to create shared understanding about how to optimize business results."

King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM) in Saudi Arabia relies on Savvion for its University-wide BPM initiative. To date, more than 320 processes built with the Savvion Process Modeler are available within the Savvion Process Asset Manager.

"We essentially modeled the University with Savvion," said Iftikhar Nadeem, advisor, information strategy, and project manager for ERP at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals. "With Savvion, I have an easy to use BPM solution where people can model their processes, simulate, and then analyze the results. We started with the free Savvion Process Modeler and were so impressed that we purchased it, as well as the Process Asset Manager. Savvion gave us value right away. With Savvion, our business process owners can do more on their own and determine their own processes and best practices."

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