Staffware and Fujitsu Software will soon release versions of their business process management (BPM) software suites.
Staffware will launch version 2 of its Staffware Process Suite (SPS) this week. SPS is a modular set of applications for running, modelling and managing business processes such as staff tasks and supplier interactions.
A key feature in SPS 2 is Dynamic Process Orchestration, which allows different processes to be called on the fly in response to signals from other applications and events. The technology adds flexibility, allowing designers to draw on predictive features to control complex processes, rather than having to hard-wire all possible process co-ordination steps.
SPS 2 is also updated for compliance with the latest Java and web services standards, Staffware said.
Available worldwide, SPS 2 carries a price tag that varies depending on a project's size and configuration, but it starts around $100,000 (£63,355).
Fujitsu Software will also release the latest edition of its Interstage i-Flow web-based BPM engine. I-Flow 6.0 adds analytics features, along with improved error handling, simplified forms creation technology and a tool for creating and modifying encoded business rules without having to write additional code.