Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Enterprise-wide collaboration made easier

Invensys Operations Management has announced the release of Skelta™ BPM 2011, a robust  business process management solution.

Skelta, a brand offering of Invensys Operations Management, provides business process management (BPM) and advanced workflow solutions for enterprises worldwide. Its flagship product, Skelta BPM software, provides a strong and collaborative platform that automates the sequence of human and system activities that are required to complete specific business goals.

A next-generation business application platform, Skelta BPM software provides users with the ability to create new BPM-enabled applications rapidly by making use of powerful features such as an embeddable, web-based process designer; forms designer; process monitoring and optimisation capabilities; multi-tenancy; multiple communication channels; and strong integration with Microsoft®  technologies. In addition, the software offers online access to the operating environment, thus enabling a SaaS or cloud version that reduces barriers to access and use.

This new release of the Skelta BPM software has many new productivity enhancements, including the ability to collaborate from within web-based forms, extending advanced BPM functionality to Microsoft SharePoint® 2010; document management enhancements; customisable user-friendly business dashboards and web parts; and support for custom controls.

Skelta BPM software is used by approximately 700 customers across many industry verticals. It is used by financial institutions, government organisations, educational institutions, business process outsourcers and other organisations to build horizontal solutions such as accounts payable, document management, compliance management, HRIS and other business processes.

Sanjay Shah
Sanjay Shah, Skelta managing director for Invensys, said, “The Skelta BPM 2011 software has matured and evolved. We strongly believe it will provide businesses across the world a better platform for enterprise-wide collaboration, while at the same time leverage existing systems to achieve operational excellence and high returns on our clients’ BPM investments. We also thank our customers and partners for giving us their valuable suggestions to help us evolve this product over the time."

To mark the launch of the Skelta BPM 2011 software, Sandy Kemsley, a leading independent BPM analyst and systems architect specialising in business process management and Enterprise 2.0, will deliver a webinar titled BPM and Application Composition. The webinar will be hosted on Tuesday, February 1, 2011, explaining how BPM-enabled composite applications ensure rapid ROI. Attendees will also have free access to a complementary whitepaper on the topic.

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