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ADONIS:Community Edition – 50,000 Registered Users for the Free Business Process Management Tool ADONIS:CE

Oct 14 2013, 8:16am CDT | by PR.com

Vienna, Austria, October 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The BOC Group announced today that its free business process management (BPM) tool ADONIS:Community Edition has recently hit a milestone of 50,000 registered users.

ADONIS:CE is a powerful yet intuitive BPM/BPA tool that provides full support for professional business process management. BOC is proud to announce that more than 50,000 users personally registered in the ADONIS Community proving ADONIS:CE to be very popular, with downloads from virtually all countries in the world.

ADONIS:Community Edition is a free version of the leading BPM-tool ADONIS. It is aimed both at users new to business process management, who need an intuitive tool for documenting processes, as well as experienced BPM practitioners, who want more sophisticated options such as process simulation, performance monitoring, and risk management support. Since version 2.0, ADONIS:CE provides comprehensive support for BPMN 2.0.

The ADONIS Community Portal (www.adonis-community.com) offers the free download of the ADONIS:Community Edition and, to expand BPM knowledge, a comprehensive discussion forum and learning section that contains presentations about BPM application areas, screencasts and tips that enable a quick start with ADONIS:CE.

“With ADONIS:CE we provide a free tool that allows people to have an easy and immediate start with their business process management initiatives and enables them to generate buy-in from stakeholders at an early stage of implementing BPM,” said Tobias Rausch, Product Manager at BOC Group. He added, “We are currently preparing the next version of ADONIS:Community Edition for release within the next months. It will make process management even easier - especially for beginners - and we will add completely new services and content for the Community members. So stay tuned!”

To learn more and to join the community visit: www.adonis-community.com

About the BOC Group
The BOC Group is a technological leader in IT-based management tools and offers consulting services in the areas of Strategy and Performance Management, Business Process Management, IT Management and Enterprise Architecture. The BOC Group operates on an international level with the company headquarters based in Vienna and with offices Ireland, Germany, Spain, Poland, Switzerland, France and Greece.

The BOC Management Office products, especially the Business Process Management Tool ADONIS and the IT Enterprise Architecture and Service Management Tool ADOit, are used worldwide by small and medium-sized companies as well as large enterprises.

Further information about the BOC Group can be found at:
http://www.boc-group.com

Contact Information:
BOC Group
Tobias Rausch
+43-1-905 10 71-1210
Contact via Email
www.boc-group.com

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