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Colosa Introduces Social BPMA with ProcessMapper
Colosa Introduces Social BPMA with ProcessMapper
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MARCH
08
2012



Colosa introduces Social Business Process Modeling and Analysis (BPMA) with ProcessMapper: -- Industry-compliant, cloud-based social business process modeling and analysis: business process modeling and analysis software delivers design collaboration through social networks, data sharing through standardized XML format, KPI discovery and analysis tools, and intuitive business process map diagram tools-

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Colosa, the company behind ProcessMaker® Open Source BPM & Workflow and ProcessMapper™ Cloud based, Social Business Process Modeling and Analysis, was founded in October 2000. It is headquartered in New York with regional offices in India, Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia plus a partner network spread across 30 countries and five continents. More than 100 commercial customers including several Fortune 100 companies rely on its flagship workflow product. ProcessMaker is now available in 17 different languages and has been downloaded over 350,000 times. Colosa is an ISO-9001 certified company, www.colosa.com.

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