Natick, MA (PressExposure) April 16, 2009 -- Cuecent, a global provider of BPM solutions, has announced the release of the Cuecent BPMN Modeler, a user-friendly and standards based Business Process Modeling tool. Using the Cuecent BPMN Modeler, managers and business analysts will be able to model the organizations business processes in a graphical environment.
The BPMN Modeler is compliant with the BPMN standard, the universal process diagramming notation and ver. 2.1 of the XPDL, a standard for process interchange. The Cuecent BPMN Modeler supports most elements of the BPMN specification, including all elements specified in the XPDL âStandard Conformanceâ level. In addition, Cuecent BPMN also supports most BPMN attributes required for run-time process execution. The modeler facilitates the setting of execution parameters within the BPMN interface, allowing direct conversion of BPMN to executable models for simple tasks.
The process designed using the Cuecent BPMN Modeler can be then executed using the Cuecent ebPAC, a process development, automation, execution and monitoring engine. The Cuecent BPMN Modeler and the Cuecent ebPAC along with the Cuecent Business Activity Monitor and Cuecent ESB form an integral part of the Cuecent Business Process Management (BPM) Suite that provides businesses with the flexibility to rapidly orchestrate and change integration and human centric business processes.
The Cuecent BPMN, which also acts as the default modeling environment for the Cuecent BPM Suite, enables organizations to: â¢ Document business processes for meeting government regulatory requirements â¢ Quickly redesign existing business processes to improve their quality & rationalize inefficiencies â¢ Facilitate a transparent process environment driving out dependence on specific business experts â¢ Rapidly automate designed business processes by directly executing simple designed processes on the Cuecent ebPAC, the BPM execution engine. â¢ Maximize ROI in training & reutilizing IP Assets through the use industry standards for modeling â¢ Examine the process designs to verify if rules, flow, and logic will work together before deployment
The Cuecent BPMN Modeler is available for download at [http://www.cuecent.com/resources.html#product_downloads]