BP Logix, developer of BPM software that accelerates time-to-value and Assist Micro and BP Logix Announce Partnership
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Assist Micro and BP Logix Announce Partnership


Predictive Analytics, Advanced Workflow and Integration with ECM Technology Provide Foundation for Customer Solutions

BP Logix, developer of BPM software that accelerates time-to-value and Assist Micro, a leading provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions to the Japanese market, today announced a joint partnership.

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The partnership enables Assist Micro to introduce BP Logix Process Director On-Premise and SaaS solutions to its existing network of customers and partners. It further expands and leverages the experience of Assist Micro in ECM while providing the ability for the company to deliver business process management (BPM) solutions to these, and other, companies in Japan.

BP Logix Process Director provides a robust infrastructure that enables business users to define, automate, manage and report on business processes and moves business process management (BPM) under the direct control of the users themselves: no coding is required. Process Director features one-of-a-kind Predictive BPM (pBPM) and Process Timeline technology, leading to faster and more accurate decision-making.

“Companies today are looking for solutions that enable them to demonstrate short-term results,” commented Marti Colwell, BP Logix VP of Marketing and Business Development. “In addition to optimizing business processes, Process Director enables organizations to predict and adapt to changing business conditions. Assist Micro’s history with ECM, combined with the Process Director features, provides a solution that will offer significant value to Japanese companies.” According to Taro Momose, CEO of Assist Micro, “Japanese firms, including Assist's existing customers of ECM products, are good at continuous business process improvements known as 'KAIZEN.' In order to survive in global business competition, these companies need a powerful BPM tool in addition to the traditional workflow approach. Assist Micro was looking for a product to satisfy such market requirements and found that BP Logix predictive BPM represents the best fit. We are excited about partnering and establishing a BPM community in Japan.”

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