Biz + IT = Value We keep hearing it again and again: boards are sick and tired of this business-IT divide. They need results and couldn’t care less about these internal political fights. But to Bizagi this divide is born … Continue reading
Let’s share first some feedback from existing clients: ”A milestone”, “A new paradigm” and “A game changer”. During the last 10 years at Bizagi we have been focused on listening carefully to our community – a community with over 100,000 … Continue reading
Our business model is based on transparency and therefore a fundamental part of it is to offer our BPM solutions for download, so that potential clients can validate what they will get for their money when they do business with … Continue reading
Your ideas and suggestions heard
We are releasing a new version V2.3 of Bizagi Process Modeler. This new release is all about listening to the community. Continue reading
During our recent participation in Gartner’s BPM event in London, potential clients asked us what makes Bizagi stand out from the competition.
We believe Bizagi is disrupting the BPM market because of the following reasons:
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As you can see from our corporate slogan, our company is very focused on delivering results to our clients.
Tangible business results.
It will come as no surprise to Bizagi’s community that our blog has not been the highest priority in our list up to now: we’d rather be doing than talking.
This focus on results has led Bizagi becoming increasingly famous around the globe and today we can proudly present some of the largest organizations in the world in our client list.
It’s all about the business.
Specifically about the people in the business that make the difficult decisions.
The ones that call the shots.
The current Zeitgeist is to call these people ruthless, heartless and greedy.
We see things differently.
We are being invited to an increasing number of BPM selection processes and it’s quite common to see an RFI with hundreds of questions regarding product features and capabilities.
While we believe this list is necessary in an advanced phase of the selection process, during the first phase we believe organizations should focus on higher level criteria that can be understood by the business people within their company.