jBPM3 References

This page lists the jBPM references. If you're using jBPM, please add your company's name, optionally the logo (max 200 pixels wide and 100 pixels high) and a short description (2-3 lines) in what kind of application you're using it.

 

In the Use Case field, describe your company briefly and also include for what purpose you use jBPM.  If you omit why you use jBPM, your entry will be removed.

 

 

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Atos Origin

Atos Origin is a System Integrator mainly based in Europe and IT partner of the Olympic Games. Atos Origin Netherlands uses jBPM in the Open Chain solution which provides an integration platform to communicate with third parties, such as the Dutch tax authority and healthcare organizations. Atos Origin employees Jos Dirksen and Tijs Rademakers are authors of the Manning book Open Source ESBs in Action, which includes a chapter about using jBPM with Mule.

British Telecom

More info can be found in this TechRepublic article

Alfresco

Alfresco uses jBPM jPDL to add workflow capabilities to their Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system.  For more info, check this demo, section workflow or the workflow administration docs.

BPS

Quoting reply of Gavin Terril on Ronald's blog post: "You are right. jBPM is a great embedded workflow product, and I think there are a lot of companies and vendors out there using it.We certainly do! It powers our Enterprise Risk Management products. I can’t imagine anyone writing their own workflow engine when such great libraries such as jBPM are available."

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As a well established solution provider for Energy and Water Suppliers as well as for huge Real Estate Managers the major focus of the ESN Group lies on delivering consulting, professional services und software solutions for integrated, human centric Business Process Management in the target markets. jBPM works as a part of the new Product line opusP.

RealDolmen

RealDolmen is a general software service provider in the Belgian market.  As a spin off from a jBPM project they're doing, Joram Barrez published a great talk about "The Full Stack".  It's a combination of jBPM and SeeWhy to build a full BPM stack.  As part of that talk, Joram unveiled some awsome jBPM performance numbers.

Hudson

Hudson monitors executions of repeated jobs, such as building a software project or jobs run by cron. There is a Hudson plugin that integrates JBoss JBPM with Hudson.  It lets you define your own build, test and release workflows in a graphical designer, and execute them inside Hudson.

Cadtel

Cadtel used jBPM to integrate service delivery systems with communications providers back office systems and to automate network allocation and subscriber provisioning processes.  More information in this press release

TeamWork

Web based project management software Teamwork is a proven, reliable and friendly web based software solution for managing work and communication in any field.  In this blog post, they explain: "Teamwork development version now includes Business Process integration. This is a really cool feature, ... The underlying technology is our implementation of Hibernate + JBPM, which gives the full generality and power of a proven business process framework."

Met@logo

Met@logo is an eGovernment suite.  The project was a collaboration between 14 partners of 10 different countries. More information can be found in this Met@logo case study.

Camunda

Camunda is a consulting company with specialisation in BPM.  They have build their own Swing based GUI on top of jBPM jPDL.

SpecSavers

More info can be found in this ComputerWorld press release

SeeWhy Software

SeeWhy provides a real time business intelligence platform for real time monitoring, alerting and actions in SOA environments. An advanced JBoss SOA partner, SeeWhy is the Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) component for the JBoss SOA platform, and for jBPM. SeeWhy for jBPM is a plug and play BAM product for jBPM which will be available in the fall of 2008. for more information on BAM and jBPM please visit the SeeWhy site. More information can be found here www.SeeWhy.com

Metawidget

Metawidget is a 'smart User Interface widget' that populates itself, at runtime, with UI components to match back-end business objects. Its jBPM support includes inspecting Seam pageflow files to discover business object actions.

Nuxeo

Nuxeo is an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system that leverages jBPM for adding workflow capabilities to the product.  For more information, read the case study.

SNS Bank

SNS Bank is an innovative, transparent and accessible retail bank in The Netherlands. The organization offers private customers a complete set of products with regards to mortgages, savings, investments, payments, loans and insurances.  "In the future, SNS Bank is looking to deploy a full service-oriented architecture (SOA) environment and plans to use JBoss jBPM, Red Hat's workflow framework for business process management, to extend the benefits of open source and Java."  For more information, read "SNS Bank Selects JBoss Application Server for Transaction and Payments Processing System".

Press Release 365

Press Release 365 uses jBPM to manage workflow capabilities within their online press release distribution platform. Press releases are submitted through a set of wizard-like screens, then routed to back-office managers in the various international publishing departments.

Daisy

Daisy is a content management system that offers rich out-of-the-box functionality combined with solid foundations for extensibility and integration.  It uses jBPM for its workflow capabilities.

Enomalism

Enomalism is an open source web-based virtual infrastructure platform. Designed to answer the complexity of managing globally disperse virtual server environments. Enomalism helps to automate the transition to a cloud computing environment by reducing an IT organizations overall workload. Source: Virtualisation.com

Manaty

Manaty is a freelance company in China,France,Morroco and US. We use JBPM for the provisionning worklow of our Telecom MVNO solution.  Manaty (fr)

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Shatel, a major broadband service provider in Iran deployed JBPM as part of its service oriented BSS/OSS solution.

For more information please visit: www.shatel.ir

Openbravoopenbravo.gifWe use jBPM first to enhance Openbravo platform so it is possible to define Openbravo business processes through jBPM. It aims as well to embed jBPM web console into Openbravo ERP user interface so it is possible for Openbravo users to interact with runtime tasks generated by jBPM process executions and administer/monitor runtime instances. Secondly to refactor most of Openbravo business processes so they are by default implemented by jBPM definition and this way make it easier for consultants to adapt business logic to specific customer requirement.  Source: Openbravo jBPM integration wiki
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Rudder Technologies is an international company that offers in SaaS Model a Business Platform to help Institutional Agencies, of private or public character, develop tourism destinations.

 

Rudder uses jBPM as a core element of its business platform, allowing the orchestration of all the tools and the automation of processes involved in online booking, tourist inventory management, tourist information content management, tourist demand and offer surveys management, emailing edition/control control, press clipping processes, etc.

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Syndatis BPM 3.1 is a Business Process Management (BPM) platform which helps its customers to optimize their business. Syndatis BPM 3.1 is the product of over 10 years of experience in analyzing, automation and optimization of a wide range of business processes for leading corporations in different industry sectors. Syndatis BPM uses jBPM workflow.

For more information please visit: http://www.syndatis.com/en/produkty/

Asseco Polandasseco_pl.pngInsurance Content Process management uses JBPM to manage the internal processes for one of the biggest insurance company in Poland. We served over 6000 users to communicate using our sollution. The main topics are insurance agent's communication for issue resolving processes and for starting a cooperation with insurer, as well as ending the cooperation or changing data. We also have an experience of standards in claims processing according to our solution. Asseco expand JBPM functionality for our clients needs: tools for self adding new forms, documents template and reports creation, much more advance callendars, specyfic integrations. For more information please visit: http://asseco.com/pl/oferta/finanse/firmy-ubezpieczeniowe/procesy/show/19