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BP Logix Launches AI-Enabled BPM with Process Director 5.0

BP Logix, a provider of low-code and no-code BPM (business process management) solutions for digital application development, has introduced Process Director 5.0. The AI-enabled development platform is aimed at allowing business users to easily develop, deploy, and enhance critical digital applications.

Process Director 5.0 leverages a range of AI/machine learning tools, promoting integration with data streams produced by the Internet of Things (IoT), and easy configuration of entire applications—spanning a user interface, process behavior, data transformation, and reporting.

AI and machine learning are complementary to BPM and represent a clear competitive advantage to customers in helping them ensure their business is responsive to rapid or unexpected changes in the marketplace, the regulatory environment, or their business model, said Jay O’Brien, CEO of BP Logix.

The updated platform enables the use of machine learning and AI for predictive analytics and proactive application behaviors, the ability to capture and express disparate events and conditions as a single state, as well as the introduction of journals for configurable collaboration.  

According to BP Logix, Process Director 5.0 allows organizations to proactively manage business processes with machine learning features; work within a unified platform for all work styles, including case management as well as applications driven by time, events, rules, and human decisions; and use sentiment analysis to inform and make operational improvements.

In addition, customers will benefit from UI enhancements including Iterative list search, inline text editor, calendar view and knowledge views, and  out-of-the-box application, data, and protocol connectors, including SharePoint 365, Exchange, and Laserfiche.

For compelete information, go to the BP Logix website.

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