10+ Oracle BPM Alternatives and Competitors
Another superb BPM software is Oracle BPM from one of the most well-established software companies, Oracle. The company itself gained its popularity from its robust apps, and Oracle BPM is not an exception. In fact, since its establishment in 1977, which also makes it one of the oldest platforms, Oracle BPM now has more than 10,000 customers and over 2,000 reviews. These numbers show that people are looking to Oracle BPM to provide them with a robust BPM solution. Safra Catz, CEO of this platform, with the help of over 130,000 employees, shows how dedication can make a software successful.
Currently based in California, but with multiple sites in various countries, Oracle BPM serves international clients in their respective markets. Coming from a robust and established software suite, choosing this app is never a bad idea. However, since it is not the only one that offers a BPM solution, it is best to know of its competitors. They are Bonita BPM, Kissflow, Creatio, Processmaker, Nintex, Zoho Creator, Bizagi, Appian, IBM BPM, and Ultimus. If you want to know more about these platforms, scroll down now.
|Logo||Name Sort||Rating Sort||CEO||Pricing Sort||Founded Sort||Revenue Sort||Employees Sort||Location Sort||Reviews Sort||Customers Sort|
|Bonita BPM||Miguel Valdes Faura||N/A||2001|| $12 M|| 145+|| Grenoble|| 5700+ Reviews||N/A|
|Kissflow||Suresh Sambandam||$450||2012|| $9 M|| 150+||Chennai|| 4800+ Reviews|| 10K +|
|Creatio||Katherine Kostereva||N/A||2002|| $48.3 M|| 600+||Boston|| 1300+ Reviews||N/A|
|Processmaker||Brian Reale||$1495||2000|| $10.5 M|| 139+|| Durham|| 3800+ Reviews|| 350 +|
|Nintex||Eric Johnson||$950||2006|| $100 M|| 583+|| Bellevue|| 3000+ Reviews|| 100K +|
|Zoho Creator||Sridhar Vembu||$5.28||1996|| $500 M|| 9,100+||Chennai|| 2000+ Reviews|| 13M +|
|Bizagi||Gustavo Gómez||N/A||1989|| $12.7 M|| 429+|| Chalfont Saint Peter|| 3000+ Reviews||N/A|
|Appian||Matt Calkins||N/A||1999|| $281.9 M|| 1,400+||Virginia|| 2900+ Reviews||N/A|
|IBM BPM||Arvind Krishna||$120||1983|| $5.7 B|| 352,600+||New York|| 2000+ Reviews||N/A|
|Oracle BPM||Safra Catz||$149||1977|| $39.5 B|| 136,000+||Redwood City|| 2000+ Reviews|| 10K +|
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Oracle BPM gives its users access to an integrated environment for developing, administering, and utilizing business applications for business processes. Primarily, the application provides all the essential tools to create process models based on standards with user-friendly applications. Since Oracle BPM also supports BPMN 2.0 and BPEL, it establishes flexible and unstructured processes, allowing effective collaboration, which drives productivity and innovation.
Oracle BPM Studio is part of Oracle BPM Suite’s powerful component that provides a user-friendly environment for business process models creation and process simulations. This component enables its users to create a process-based application that is integrated as SOA composite applications. Oracle BPM Studio also gives a BPM role that allows users to use a simplified version of Oracle JDeveloper.
Since Oracle BPM projects serve as a container for the business processes to create process-based business applications, it contains essential resources. Oracle BPM project usually contains organizational data, activity guides, BPMN process models, business catalog, and simulation models. Furthermore, Oracle BPM projects are deployed at run time as SOA composite applications.
So that the Oracle BPM Engine can provide a run-time environment business process., it needs to work along with its components. Oracle BPM engine work through these following three separate components: BPMN Service Engine, BPEL Service Engine, and Process Core.