WebMethods has launched version 6.5 of its WebMethods Fabric business optimisation software to help companies improve productivity.
New features in WebMethods Fabric 6.5 include an analyst mode to allow business analysts to specify and design business processes, which should help non-technical users to play a productive role in the development of new solutions.
There is also a new drag-and-drop mode to enable faster assembly of new applications and processes. The codeless environment should mean less programming and testing, according to the company.
David Mitchell, WebMethods chief executive officer, said, “WebMethods Fabric 6.5 dramatically accelerates the delivery of these applications, and the intelligence built into the system provides organisations with an ability to know what is happening in their business now and to predict what is coming next."
The new version also offer predictive monitoring, which automates the monitoring of business process activity. It works by comparing current activity to historical patterns, so that users can be proactively alerted to potential issues.
WebMethods said it has also improved web services management to help companies deploy web services-based applications on an enterprise scale.
The upgraded software will be available this summer.