Open source software for process automation now also supports case management
BERLIN, Nov. 26, 2014 /CNW/ - Software Vendor Camunda will release the new version 7.2 of its open-source software for process automation on 28th November. The product can be downloaded free of charge at http://www.camunda.org . In recent months, Camunda has further grown and established itself as an alternative to the products of large software companies.
The new version includes the world's first implementation of the CMMN standard - developed by the Object Management Group (which is also responsible for BPMN and UML). CMMN stands for Case Management Model and Notation and is used to illustrate unstructured business processes that require a high degree of flexibility. Typical examples are the application process in insurance companies, medical care or complaint handling.
Jakob Freund, CEO of Camunda, highlights the compatibility of BPMN and CMMN: "In the real world, most business processes aren't either structured or unstructured but a combination of both. Workflow solutions should therefore combine BPMN and CMMN models and - from a user perspective - seamlessly interlink. This is the only way an optimal user experience can be ensured whilst the processes can be systematically improved."
In addition to CMMN, Camunda 7.2 also includes a completely new tasklist that was created in cooperation with the German DAB Bank AG, as well as improved performance and scalability.
All interested can participate in a free live webinar to demonstrate the new features on 3rd December: http://camunda.com/landing/webinar-release72/
About Camunda Services GmbH:
Camunda Services GmbH, based out of Berlin, Germany, is a software vendor and consultancy specializing in Business Process Management (BPM). The company's core product, Camunda BPM, is an open source platform for the automation of business processes. Camunda's customers include Generali Insurances, Lufthansa Technik and Zalando.
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